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As pat of our regular stock turnover, we have used  Midas pro1 digital mixing console and dl251 I/o box for sale. This system is in Mint condition. This system is still under warranty from Midas for the next 2 years.

Please see our FOR SALE for details

In order to meet client demands, we have invested in more Sennheiser e300 G3 wireless In Ear Monitoring Systems.

Future proof on channel 38, we believe these are the best value for money systems on the market. Contact us for more details!

We are happy to announce that we now have stock of wireless DMX battery operated uplighters. This totally ireless solution means you can have your uplighter here YOU want them! Don't be restricted to areas with power sockets!!

With a run time of around 8 hours, these uplighter are the perfect addition to you event! Contact us for more details!

We are now stocking the Allen & Heath ME-1 personal monitor systems in our hire stock. Compatable of the shelf with qu-16, GLD and iLive digital mixers, the ME-1 allows the performer full control over his or her monitor mix of up to 40 channels of Audio.

We will shortly be investing in the ME-U hub which will allow compatibility of the ME-1 systems with other manufacturers consoles via Dante, MADI, Ethersound and Aviom.

Call us today for a demo and pricing!

We have just taken delivery of a large number of Showtec Pixel Bar 12 LED battens.

Featuring 12 x 3w tri colour LED's, these battens make fantastic uplighters aswell as fantastic band lighting.

Each LED is fully controllable for creating stunning pixel mapping effects.

Contact us today for hire or demonstration!

HSH last week provided PA for Sony's latest Treasure Chloe Howl's intimate gig in Islington, London.

With space being very limited, we provided a small D&B Audiotechnik q series system consisting of 2 x q7 tops, 4 x Q subs  and 4 x Max15 monitors.

We also supplied a Midas pro 1 digital console with dl251 stage box system.

Monitors were ran from the Front of house console.