G - Lighting, Audio, Staging & Video Manufacturers
Microtech Gefell GmbH was formerly named VEB Mikrofontechnik Gefell and prior to that Georg Neumann & Co./Gefell. The company is located in Germany in a small town named Gefell. The town's location is quite central, about 200 miles equally distant from Berlin, Munich and Frankfurt. The village of Gefell was a textile center but is now mainly a farming community. It is approximately three miles to the old border between East and West Germany. The only reminder of the border now is a military barracks. The nearest city with hotel accommodations is Hof, population about 80,000. The city of Dresden is about one hour's drive away. The Technical University of Dresden cooperates on new developments with Microtech Gefell GmbH. A member of Microtech's staff is stationed at the university.
Used G-Lites Products
Grace Lites Corporation 42245 Remington Ave. Suite B17 Temecula, California, 92590
Used Gala Theatrical Equipment Products
Gala Theatrical Equipment creates advanced, modular lift systems for theaters, concert halls, auditoriums and related venues. We provide ideas, engineering, products and services that help consultants, architects, contractors and owners add value to their facilities, with exemplary results. Gala puts performance in motion. Our products and services have been proven through more than 20 years of experience and more than 500 successful installations. Through our offices in Canada, the U.S., Europe directly on-site, we work with project planners and local contractors throughout the world. Gala is a division of Paco Corporation, a leader since 1960 in the design and fabrication of electromechanical equipment for advanced industrial applications. Paco Corp. holds more than 30 patents and is recognized for innovation through research and development in response to market needs.
Used Galatec Products
Under the heading "Products" , you will find the dimmers, consoles and other products Galatec with their characteristics.
Used Galaxy Audio Products
Galaxy Audio Speakers By 1977, Superior Sound, operated by Brock Jabara and his partner Jim Pearce, had already logged eight years in the concert sound business. Banks of their cavernous black boxes flanked the stages of concert halls and arenas all over the country, providing sound for Aretha Franklin, The Bee Gees, Asleep at the Wheel, Janis Joplin, Sly and the Family Stone, Jean Luc Ponty, James Brown, and countless others. When Superior Sound outfitted a show, they supplied the equipment and the personnel. If something wasn't right, Brock and Jim heard about it then and there, they were the ones manning the board. Superior Sound was on the road with Mike Finnigan, a noted side man (Jimi Hendrix, Crosby, Stills and Nash) who was launching a solo career. Being from the same city (Wichita), Brock and Jim and Mike went way back. But that didn't stop Finnigan from complaining on stage anytime something in the mix failed to meet his standards. Sometimes in mid song he'd stop just to gripe, "I can't hear the monitors!" Brock and Jim were like survivors of a shipwreck, stranded on their mixing console island in a sea of rowdy concert goers with the main attraction berating them from the stage. "I can't hear myself! Turn up the (bleeping) monitors!" Even with 100 watts of power being pumped into each of the two massive floor wedges positioned next to Finnigan's keyboard, every night was the same, "Turn up the monitors!" The boos and catcalls began to have a decidedly negative effect on the crew's morale. The challenge was to produce a monitor that could be head above any din. During a mid-tour break, Brock directed speaker builder Larry Schneider, at Superior Sound's Wichita shop, to cram 5-inch drivers four abreast in an enclosure that could fit atop a keyboard or microphone (mic) stand. Back with the tour it was business as usual except for a single change in the on-stage monitor array. One channel, 350 watts, of a Phase Linear 700, was allotted to the skinny plywood cabinet that rested about three feet from Finnigan's face. The house lights dimmed. Midway through the first set the point at which Finnigan would customarily begin his nightly tirade about the inadequacies of the sound system, he paused to ask, "Could you please turn down the monitor?" The guys from Superior Sound knew they were on to something. Still, a few bugs remained. Overloading the speakers with eight or nine times as much power as their drivers were designed to handle sometimes produced surprising results: like the time one of the prototypes caught fire (actually burst into flames) during a show. Occasional pyrotechnics notwithstanding, the world's first personal monitors were an immediate hit with the musicians who used them. It was obvious that with some refinement the new products could fill a long standing void in the marketplace. Superior Sound began to metamorphose from speaker rental company to speaker manufacturing company. Galaxy Audio was born. Galaxy's first order of business was to ask our original equipment manufacturer (OEM) to construct drivers capable of handling significantly heavier power loads than the 10-watt models then being used. The OEM added features usually found on much larger drivers: nonferrous and heavy-duty . With improved power handling capacity two drivers could do the work of four, and the size of the cabinet could be reduced by half. Performance and quality were further enhanced when we began manufacturing our own drivers. Later, cooling (a process whereby a metallic emulsion is used to speed the dissipation of heat from the voice coil) was adopted, a change that resulted in an increase in the 5-inch driver's power handling capability from an already impressive 60 watts to 100 watts. That made it possible for each 8 pound HOT SPOT to easily accommodate (get this) 200 watts. A new word was introduced into the English language, "SPLOWT," speaker's splowt states the relationship between its maximum SPL and its weight. The HOT SPOT boasts one of the world's highest splowts: 19.8 bB! The material being used to build the cabinets had its own limitations (other than flammability). Plywood HOT SPOTS looked like the kind of stuff being cranked out in countless garages and basements. Cheap copies began to turn up all over the place. The second generation HOT SPOTS were reinforced with Fiberglass, which made them more airtight, infinitely stronger, and nigh unto impossible to bootleg. After Fiberglass came molded ABS plastic and the trapezoidal shape that gives the present day HOT SPOT its distinctive profile. Today more than 275,000 HOT SPOTs are in use.
Used GAM Products
The world's leading manufacturer of special effects lighting equipment. GAM, originator and creator of theatrical lighting products for almost 30 years, distributes its products through its worldwide dealer network. GAM's innovative, original approach to new product design has created a unique product line of high quality lighting products. Creators of the original Deep-Dyed Color Filter Material, GAMCOLOR, and the original BlackWrap, GAM has influenced and changed lighting production methods. GAM pioneered the original off-the-shelf family of Great American Patterns (gobos), the original TwinSpin (double pattern rotator), StarStrobe, Stik-Up, and so many other items that have become standard production tools in the motion picture, television, and theatre industries. A pioneer in the area of special projection devices, with the Great American Scene Machine, SX4 and Film/FX, GAM has supplied every kind of production imaginable ‚?? concert, television, film, museums, theme parks, hotels, restaurants ‚?? any location where something special is required.
Used Gem Sound Products
Over the last 25 years we have dedicated ourselves to helping folks with all their professional sound needs, providing Speakers, Amps, CD Players, DJ Mixers, Equalizers, Wireless Mics, Crossovers, EFX units, Turntables, Road cases, Accessories and more. We at Gem Sound are always expanding, so check out all the PA products features on our sites and make sure to come back often to see new products and other surprises. Please feel free to send us your comments and suggestions, as your communication will help us bring you the products and features that you require.
Used Gemini Products
Our mission at Gemini Sound Products is to enhance your experience through function and performance. We've built our business over the last 30 years on understanding what you really want and value in a DJ or Pro Audio product, accompanied by a level of service unparalleled in the industry. Every Gemini product employs the latest advances in materials, technology and carefully considered highly functional design innovations. And each Gemini product is backed by the experience and commitment of engineers and professionals whose passion for excellence is matched only by their passion for using our products. Your decision to invest in a Gemini product reflects not only your love of music, but also your value of choice and your reluctance to compromise on the things that really matter. Owning a Gemini product provides you with more then a great product; it gives you membership in a community who shares your values.
Used Genelec Products
Past Since its founding in 1978 Genelec, a Finnish company, has been dedicated to studio audio reproduction. Genelec has been the industry first to develop many of the key technologies in use today in studio monitor loudspeakers. The Directivity Control Waveguide‚?Ę, the full implementation of the active loudspeaker with inbuilt power amplifiers and full loudspeaker element protection, integration of full room response tailoring. The list goes on... The Present Genelec manufactures active studio monitor loudspeakers. Genelec's world leading position in this very specialised field of audio engineering is a result of an unequalled commitment to following the scientific acoustic design principles in all our research and development work. The Future Genelec is dedicated to studio audio reproduction. There is a growing number of applications especially in the surround sound reproduction, where the design principles and products of Genelec have proven to work excellently. Producing a wide range of monitors distributed in over 50 countries around the world, Genelec pursues their continuous research work to maintain their world leading position.
Used Generico Products
Used Genie Products
Genie sets the standard by which other lifts are judged. Simply put, we build a better lift. Our innovative designs and reliable products have made Genie a world leader in the production of material lifts, portable aerial work platforms, scissor lifts, and self-propelled telescopic and articulated booms. The company began in 1966 with the introduction of the Genie Hoist, a portable, pneumatic material lift. We quickly gained worldwide recognition with additional material lifts and a series of aerial work platforms, each one representing a breakthrough in product design. Today, as part of the Terex organization, Genie remains at the forefront of innovative design and quality production. Our lifts are the first choice on construction and industrial sites around the world. People are the key to our success. Genie has grown from a small core group into a team of more than 1905 engineers, craftsmen, and customer service staff. The goal of this team is complete customer satisfaction, for every customer. To reach this goal, our people excel in four areas: We set high quality standards for each step of the manufacturing process, from design to distribution. We monitor our own performance against these standards to assure reliable products. We continuously improve our lifting equipment to meet the needs of an ever-changing market. Our efforts to produce better products and harness new technology have earned numerous patents worldwide. We deliver the most comprehensive technical support system in the industry. Our team members work together to keep Genie equipment on the job longer. We provide our customers with superior value by selling products with ideal capabilities, for a variety of applications, at competitive prices. Genie products are built in seven specialized manufacturing plants comprising nearly one million square feet. We currently serve customers in 72 countries and continue to expand our global distribution network. Genie is headquartered in Redmond, Washington, USA, with branch offices in the United Kingdom and Western Europe.
Used Genlyte Controls Products
Welcome to Philips Lighting Controls Division, the Dallas-based controls division of Philips Lighting. By partnering three of the industries leading brands - Lightolier¬ģ Controls, Entertainment Technology, and Vari-Lite ‚?? Philips Lighting Controls Division is the only company that can offer a complete package of lighting and controls systems for both architectural and entertainment lighting professionals.
Used German Lighting Products Products
Used GestureTek Products
Used Gibson Products
The home of Gibson electric guitars today is "Gibson USA," built in 1974 in Nashville specifically for the production of Gibson's Les Paul guitars. Although the entire guitar industry went through a slump in the late '70s, the spirit of innovation remained strong at Gibson. In response to a growing demand for vintage stylings, Gibson tapped its rich history and reissued the dot-neck version of the ES-335 in 1981 and the flametop sunburst Les Paul in 1982. At the same time, two legendary guitarists joined Gibson- B.B. King in 1980 with the Lucille model and Chet Atkins in 1982 with his new concept of a solidbody acoustic guitar. Gibson world headquarters moved to Nashville in 1984 with the closing of the Kalamazoo plant. The financially troubled company was rescued in January 1986 by Henry Juszkiewicz and David Berryman, and the new owners quickly restored Gibson's reputation for quality as well as its profitability. Today's Gibson electric guitars represent the history as well as the future of the electric guitar. The models whose designs have become classics-the ES-175, ES-335, Flying V, Explorer, Firebird, SGs and Les Pauls-are a testament to Gibson's wide appeal, spanning more than four decades of music styles. Gibson's close relationship with musicians is manifest in endorsement models from King, Atkins and jazz greats Howard Roberts and Herb Ellis, plus new Les Pauls made to the personal specifications of rock stars Jimmy Page and Joe Perry. In 1994, Gibson's Centennial year, the new Nighthawk model won an industry award for design, setting the stage for a second hundred years of Gibson quality and innovation.
Used Global Truss America LLC Products
Global Truss (formerly Stage Tools) originated over 10 years ago in Holland and now is available in the USA. We specialize in high quality, aluminum and steel general purpose lighting and stage trussing designed for live stages, theatres, night clubs, church installations mobile applications. We carry a large variety of truss products: Square Truss , Triangular Truss,I-Beam Truss, Clamps, Box Truss, Circular Truss, Lifts /Lifters, Crank Stands, Junction Blocks, Aluminum, Steel, furniture, tables, chairs, Truss Corners, Light Stands, Lighting Stands, Towers, Sleeve Blocks, Hoists, Winchs and Crank-up Stands. Our truss bears the certification mark from T√?V, a third party certification body and a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL), just like OSHA.
Used Gloshine Products
Used GLP Products
GLP Light Products GmbH was founded in 1994 by Udo Kuenzler. Since then GLP has become the established brand name of high-quality and innovative lights for the professional lighting market. GLP is today one of the leading manufacturers of high-class lighting technology with a focus on quality and affordability. Our technology is driven by a constant dialogue with our customers to ensure a level of product innovation that exceeds expectations. GLP Products are used in many different applications within the entertainment and architectural market segments. Television, touring, exhibitions, night clubs and commercial shops are just some of the areas of application where our products shine. Our lights are renowned for their quality, reliability and design - as are our range of lighting controllers. All GLP products are developed through the passion and customer focus of our engineering development team based at the headquarters in southern Germany. We manufacture our lights and controllers at several production sites in and outside the EU. The manufacturing sites go through arduous testing periods before they are ramped up for production, and an intensive quality control by German engineers is carried out at every site to ensure the highest level of quality and reliability. GLP - German Light Products GmbH Im St√∂ckm√§dle 13 76307 Karlsbad Germany
Used GMC Products
Used Goddard Design Products
Goddard Design Theatrical control systems - Entertainment data distribution systems- Lighting data verification and test equipment
Used Gold Line Products
GOLD LINE Manufacturer of Professional Audio Test and Analysis Equipment, CB Radio, Marine Radio & Amateur Radio Accessory Equipment.
Used Grace Design Products
Used Grace Lites Corporation Products
Used Grass Valley Products
That‚??s a bold statement, but a true one. As the world‚??s second largest broadcast and professional solutions supplier, Grass Valley‚?Ę has over 3,000 active ‚??broadcast‚?? customers, and tens of thousands of professional users generating content using Grass Valley tools. For more than 50 years, Grass Valley has been, and continues to be, at the forefront of on-air innovation, creating some of the most accomplished products and services available in the market. With hundreds of patents ¬≠ with many representing the most fundamental technologies that drive our industry ¬≠ numerous Emmy¬ģ Awards, and countless other industry accolades, today‚??s Grass Valley is built from best-of-breed pioneers making it the most progressive video equipment manufacturer and solutions provider in the industry. Grass Valley is also the only manufacturer providing equipment throughout the entire content creation, management, and distribution chain ¬≠ from cameras to switchers, servers to editors, and encoders to transmitters. Our comprehensive portfolio spans a wide range of sophisticated solutions satisfying the needs of broadcasters, network operators, TV production facilities, and professional video users throughout the world. Our employees, R&D centers, manufacturing locations, and sales and services offices in every major country in the world all have one goal: providing best-in-breed products and services for content production, facility infrastructure, distribution, and transmission. When you're watching news, sports, or entertainment programming, whether on a TV, the Web, or a mobile phone, you're watching Grass Valley at work.
Used Gray Interfaces Products
Pathway Connectivity is the leading data communications company in the entertainment lighting industry. The largest and senior company in the business, Pathway has been defining the future of lighting network functionality for more than a decade. Our proven record for reliable innovation has enabled our clients to create ever more spectacular visual experiences for live audiences worldwide. Pathway designs, manufactures and supports an innovative family of products that enables the operation of sophisticated stage lighting systems. We stretch the realm of the possible, by creating breakthrough products that are dependable and easy to use. We earned our reputation by expanding the functionality of DMX systems ‚?? teaching old systems new tricks. Now we‚??re creating next-generation lighting networks with open system products that harness the power and convenience of Ethernet. Our products are lighting control and communication devices, but what we really create is reliability. In the live performance environment, where uncertainty and risk abound, Pathway delivers peace of mind. We‚??re relentless in our product development and testing to ensure rock solid reliability. We‚??re approachable and enthusiastic problem solvers. We‚??re passionate about helping our customers sort through complex technical issues to create viable solutions.
Used Great Dane Products
Used Green Hippo Products
Green Hippo Ltd was formed in 1999 to provide new and innovative solutions for display of media. With backgrounds in Corporate presentation, control systems and the arts, we decided to glue all these diversities together and create something few others had: A professional team capable of combining technical ability with a creative flair. Early systems controlled DVD players via InfraRed since affordable hard drive playback for video was a nonestarter. However we soon progressed to servers displaying linear pieces of video via a touchscreen - hardly inovative by todays standards but at the time we knew we had the fastest and most stable system available and our first product was quickly snapped up by Luminar Leisure for their Liquid nightclub chain and the ball was rolling. But perhaps the biggest step forward came in 2001 when we teamed up with Swiss, Canadian and Siberian partners to develop the worlds first off-the-shelf realtime VJ console and, voila!, The Hippotizer was born. Launched at BAR 2001 the unit soon became recognised as THE realtime video server for the leisure industry. In spring 2003 we were approached by digital content providers Scene Change Ltd to develop a new variant of The Hippotizer. Digital Video Lighting is the biggest innovation in the lighting industry since the moving head and within months, V1 of the Hippotizer DMX range were born. Launched at PLASA 2003, the new DMX variants had dealers and users alike clambering to get their hands on the future of media display. These units are controlled via a lighting desk and use the industry standard DMX protocol for control. Suddenly we were ploughing into unchartered territory as one of the pioneers of this exciting new age of media display. By 2004 we were onto version 2 of the Hippotizer. Not solely for lighting anymore, the units are controllable by all the common industry protocols. Suddenly, with the addition of a seperate control center, dual output on the stage and a whole host of innovative features we were no longer the young upstarts. The system had matured and before long the majority of our systems were finding themselves on broadway shows, A-list Rock n Roll tours and in clubs around the globe. We are flattered to see that the competition now rushes to implement versions of OUR features into their systems! But receiving the Entertainment Design EDDY award for Projection Product of the Year 2005 gives weight to our belief that we make the most complete and useable media servers in the world. But don't take our word for it. Get your hands on one and let us know if we're right! By summer 2005 things were getting really scary with our new higher profile and we looked at ways to improve the way we work. So we implemented the inevitable and merged with Scene Change Under the Green Hippo banner to strengthen and streamline our team. We now have a core group of enthusiatic worker ants ready to take on the challenges that LED and new applications keep throwing our way. We're still only seeing the tip of the iceberg with regards to media servers. Keep checking back to see how the adventure is shaping up.
Used Griven Products
Established in 1990, Griven of Italy manufacture a full range of vastly acclaimed lighting effects, intelligent scanners built to the highest quality standards and professional class moving head projectors available throughout the world from a network of specialist outlets. A complete collection of products for the professional theatre market is available by Griven, as well, including Fresnels, profiles and followspots. Griven also lead the way in the architectural lighting market with a comprehensive range of quality, high reliability and fully weatherproofed products: from the most powerful exterior colour changers to the renowned single and multi beam sky projectors. High build and design standards are coupled with constant research and development, leading to true technical innovation. Griven can change the exterior world we know, for a new era of an ever changing dynamic flow of colour and light.
Used Group One Products
Group One is a US importer and distributor for a number of professional audio and lighting manufacturers. The origin of the company begins with Mr. Jack Kelly, who in 1980 established the US office for Klark-Teknik Electronics, eventually controlling US distribution for Klark-Teknik, DDA, Midas, BSS, and Turbosound. In 1984, Mr. Kelly helped establish and manage Celco Inc., the US distributor for Celco lighting control consoles. Mr. Norman Wright was employed in 1985 to look after Celco sales. In 1988 Mr. Kelly purchased Celco Inc. on behalf of the Klark-Teknik Group. Mr. Vincent Finnegan joined Celco, Inc. in 1988 to establish US distribution for other European manufacturers. In 1990 Mark IV Audio purchased the Klark-Teknik Group and by 1992, the Celco Inc. division was bought out by Kelly, Wright and Finnegan. At that same time, Mr. Chris Fichera, Sales Manager for DDA Consoles, left Klark-Teknik to start Group One with Mr. Kelly, and in 1994, Group One and Celco Inc. merged to form the company now known as Group One Ltd. The company operates primarily through a network of independent sales representatives calling on nearly 1,000 different dealer and contractor accounts. The company currently employs 18 people, all but one of which are based in Farmingdale, NY in a 13,000sq. ft facility. The building includes a 1500sq. ft. Demo Room where customers are invited to audition the companies lighting and sound products. The audio division of the company currently distributes Blue Sky near-field powered monitors, Celestion Guitar and P.A. loudspeakers, MC2 high quality innovative amplifiers, and XTA digital signal processing equipment for sound reinforcement applications. The Lighting division currently distributes Elektralite Controllers and Lighting Effects, and Pulsar Lighting. Group One is a customer focused organization that strives to build mutual long term success for its‚?? vendors, dealers, customers, representatives, and employees.