Ships from outside of the United States
These Martin RUSH SM 650 fog machines have been serviced by the manufacturer and are in good working condition.
The replacement of the Magnum 850, the RUSH SM 850, is one of several products in a line of atmospheric effects from RUSH by Martin. The RUSH SM 850's clean industrial design is complemented by market-leading features including a 4-channel wireless remote control system and a blue LED-illuminated fluid container with a rear-view level indicator and a carrying handle for easy transportation. An ideal companion for mobile DJs and bands and effective in small nightclubs that require high output at an attractive price point.
(1) RUSH SM 850
(1) Fluid Tank (empty)
(1) Wireless Receiver
(1) Wired Remote Controller
It might've been damp and drizzly but that did little to dissuade more than 60,000 pop and opera lovers from heading down totheGreat Lawn at New York's Central Park earlier this month to catch a glimpse of Andrea Bocelli's free concert, which also featured performances by the Westminster Symphonic Choir, the New York Philha...
Grand-Master Flash! is a Virtual Lighting Console which runs on a PC and outputs DMX512 through either the DMX-Dongle II or any Art-Net Ethernet product such as Net-Lynx O/P.Please consult the Product Selector for information on the DMX512 output devices that can be used with Grand-Master Flash!The screen picture below show...
Engineers at the Helsinki Music Hall in Finland have completed the installation of a new KIVA WST line source system.The 17,000-seater hall is used by the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, the Sibelius Academy and the Radio Symphony Orchestra, amongst others, and is also booked throughout the year for various concerts.The L-...
The lighting console operator, Reuben Morrison from the soon to be released film "The Hobbit" purchased MA Lighting Nodes from Solaris and recounts his experience of his purchase."I recently found Solaris very good to deal with when purchasing some used MA nodes for use on "The Hobbit" films here in Wellington, New Zealand....