These Robert Juliat Lancelot 4000 Watt Followspots are about 9 years old and have about 2,700 hours of use. The electronic power ballasts have been regularly serviced. These units are in good working condition.
Lancelot's innovative optical train improves on the power and throw capabilities of its smaller counterparts to become the benchmark fixture for spectaculars. More than just a followspot, its modular accessories make it the most powerful long throw effects projector ever built.
(1) Lancelot 4000 Watt Followspot
(1) Electronic Ballast w/ Cables
(1) Telrad Sight
In order to raise production values for its loyal audience, the Music Theatre of Wichita has rented out a new L-ACOUSTICS KIVA-KILO loudspeaker system to boost the quality of its already impressive sound system even further.Engineers used the L-ACOUSTIC SOUNDVISION program in order to map out the theatre, allowing them to s...
Solaris is proud to announce that Jerad Garza has been hired and chosen to head all European sales. Jerad Garza is a seasoned veteran in the industry, and at 35, has basically worked in the entertainment lighting and sound industries his whole life. Experience aside, Jerad brings enthusiasm, expertise, courtesy, and integri...
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