CMYB 250-2 in great condition. Previously used on tours.
|Condition||Normal Wear & Tear|
Architectural lighting units in great condition. Cleaned and maintained in house.
(1) CMYB 250-2
Flight case available with the purchase of (10) units.
In 1979 the vision of Hugh Sarvis to fill the need for a highâ??end road worthy speaker system came together with the creation of Woodworx and Roadworx. Mr. Sarvis had worked tirelessly for many years studying audio engineering and music in the effort to design, build and use his own speaker system. He had a desire to build a sound system that would become an innovation to the audio industry. Though the yearâ??s Roadworx began providing production for many internationally known artists and groups such as Alabama, Wynonna Judd, and Waylon Jennings. Roadworx provided exclusive sound reinforcement for all typeâ??s of productions, and began to gain national recognition for their innovative designs and sound quality. With the popularity of Woodworx speaker designs growing among artists, sound engineers, and end users, the process of selling to the general public only seemed the right thing to do. By the mid 1980â??s Woodworx introduced the Max Series line of speaker enclosures. This series filled the need for a heavy duty, high-end pro audio touring enclosure, which would provide superior sound quality at a high SPL level. While undergoing several style changes and never-ending research, the Max Series has remained true to the original design concept of providing the utmost in reliability. In 1991 Woodworx signed an exclusive agreement with TAD (Technical Audio Devices) a division of Pioneer Electronics to help design and manufacture their TCM Series of loudspeakers and speaker systems. TAD went on to win several awards throughout the following years. In 1995 Woodworx designed a new system of enclosures to sell to The Pro Contractor Market. These systems were named WaveSeries This line has become one of our best selling systems. Moving into the new millennium Woodworx Audio Products, Inc. made a major marketing move. It decided to make a name change to more represent the ever-changing audio market. The new name will lead us toward a more Full Product Line introducing new products to include powered speakers, electronics and many other audio devices. Our new name is WorxAudio Technologies, Inc. With a strong repeat customer base and a commitment to its clientsâ?? success. WorxAudio continues to expand its customer service with in-house quality control measures, specialized staffing, designers, and equipment updates with emphasis on teamwork. Our focus on efficiency while leaving room for creativity and development has created trustworthy relationships with our customers.
Indoor architectural lighting is seen by its proponents as something of an art, as well as a science. Also called architectural lighting design, indoor architectural lighting is about carefully balancing the requirements of light in a building with the buildingâ??s aesthetics, and also the cost and energy efficiency of the indoor architectural lighting system. For example, in indoor hotel lighting or indoor museum lighting, itâ??s possible to analyze how much daylight the internal spaces of the building receive, using something called the Daylight Factor to calculate this. These calculations can be based on tabular data in smaller, simpler buildings, and then applied to its indoor architectural lighting design. However, if a specialist indoor architectural lighting design is required for indoor building lighting, then itâ??s better to use software programs or mathematical models to calculate the optimum amount of light that will be needed for the most aesthetically pleasing effect. Many types of lighting equipment can be used in indoor architectural lighting. One of the newest, but still not widespread is indoor LED lighting, which is slowly gaining popularity for its low cost and high energy efficiency. For now, LED lighting is not standard in indoor architectural lighting, as more conventional lighting systems are preferred. Indoor architectural lighting is often unique to each building, as a buildings furniture and the color of its walls and ceilings (and the materials) all effect the lighting. Rooms with walls and ceilings that are painted in dark colors, or have dark colored wall paper, seem to absorb the light more readily than light colored rooms, and so the light in the room will appear dimmer than it actually is. It also has the effect of making the room looks smaller in some circumstances. Indoor architectural lighting designers also need to take care of certain reflective surfaces in a room, such as its furnishings, which can cause undesired glare if they are too reflective.