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Prolight+Sound Robe Lighting Czech Republic based moving light manufacturer Robe lighting launches six


exciting new products at the 2013 Prolight+Sound exhibition in Frankfurt. Topping the list is The Pointe! This and four other innovations are from Robe’s multi


award-winning ROBIN range and also new is the latest in Robe’s DigitalSpot series– the DigitalSpot 7100DT.


The ROBIN Pointe is a new hugely dynamic beam, spot and wash fixture from Robe- a small, super-bright and very fast ‘signature’ unit with an intense and sharp parallel beam plus a host of features.


Also launching at the show will be the ROBIN MiniMe, ROBIN MMX Blade, ROBIN CycFX and the ROBIN Cyclone.


Robe will have a brand new booth design this year incorporating a dynamic and adaptable environment optimised to illustrate both theatrical and rock ‘n’ roll live stage applications. In context, of all its new products. A large hospitality area outside will feature the famous Cardion AB Motoracing Czech MotoGP team hospitality marquee, and, as always, there will be plenty of action throughout the exhibition! T; + 420 571 751 510 W: www.robe.cz


Martin Professional With several blockbuster


product launches, contests and special events on the agenda, this year’s Prolight+Sound exhibition in Frankfurt promises to be both a busy and fun affair for Martin Professional. Martin has chosen Prolight+Sound for the world premiere of its MAC Viper Family luminaires, as well as a new product range- RUSH. Other product launches include the final luminaires in the MAC III series, new products in Martin’s creative video series, a new flagship lighting console, and much more. Visitors to Martin’s stand will have the chance to win their very own MAC 101 moving head or M2GO lighting controller in a special prize draw. To be included in the draw, visitors need only register at the Martin stand and correctly answer four questions. Prizes will be drawn at 16:00 at the Martin stand Wednesday, Thursday and Friday where participants must be present to win.


Also, wear a RUSH badge around the trade show floor- available in the RUSH area of the Martin stand- and win two RUSH moving heads! One lucky participant will be stopped and announced as the winner each day Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. T: +44 (0)203 002 1170 W: www.martin.com


Chauvet Chauvet will display an assortment of


fixtures at Prolight+Sound 2013. In addition to a selection of new luminaires, highlighted in the show are CHAUVET® Professional Nexus™ 4x4 eye-candy LED wash light, Legend™ 230SR Beam moving yoke, Ovation™ series of theatrical luminaires, Q- Wash™ 436Z-LED zooming LED wash light, COLORado™ 4 IP pixel-mapping batten and more. Chauvet’s architectural and architainment brand ILUMINARC® is represented by outdoor and indoor lighting solutions such as Ilumipanel 40 IP, Ilumipanel 180 IP, Ilumipod 18g2 IP, Ilumiline 36 IP, Ilumiline Inground Tri 12 IP, Ilumiline Logic 12, Ilumipod Logic Tri 4 and more. T: 001 800 762 1084 W: www.chauvetpro.com


Ayrton Ayrton will launch three


innovative new products at Prolight+Sound Frankfurt. The NandoBeam 302 is an elegantly designed, compact 300W LED moving head that provides ultra bright, concentrated beams of light and the possibility of individually controllable concentric circles for special effects. The MagicPanel 602 moving head is the first born in a family based on the principle of continuous double rotation in PAN and TILT mode. It is a modular LED luminaire which allows for a broad range of diverse visual effects (patent pending). Last but not least, Ayrton will be launching DreamPanel Floor HD18, the first screen floor to be both HD and IP65 rated. T: + 33 (0) 1 69 10 33 90 W: www.ayrton.eu


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Top Image: Robe Robin MMX Blade Bottom Left: Chauvet Nexus Middle: Ayrton DP Floor HD18 Bottom Right: Martin MAC Viper AirFX.


Opening Times


10th to 13th April 2013 9am- 6pm


For more information visit; pls.messefrankfurt.com


www.a1lightingmagazine.com


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