Latest News Stories
12th January 2021
UK – Leading equipment rental and production supplier to the television and events sectors, JLLighting, have recently added the multi award-winning Chroma-Q Color Force II cyc, wash & effects fixture to their extensive product offering.
2nd December 2020
Worldwide – Chroma-Q® are excited to announce the release of their new Sandi™ 1622 Video Conferencing key light. It’s soft lens diffusion, large source and adjustable colour temperature means you’ll look your best under any ambient lighting conditions.
2nd October 2020
UK – With the demand for virtual events rising during the Coronavirus pandemic, lighting and audio specialists Audio Visual Live (AVL) have created a multi-purpose studio space, with Vista by Chroma-Q® handling all of the lighting control requirements.
20th March 2020
Like everyone in our industry, A.C. Entertainment Technologies has been deeply shocked by the immediate and devastating impact that COVID-19 has had on companies’ and people’s livelihoods. With our origins going back nearly 50 years, in that time we have never witnessed before such an unprecedented shut down of the industry that we are so hugely passionate about and proud to serve.
5th March 2020
UK – The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (RCS), one of the busiest performing arts venues in Scotland, purchased a SIXTY82 Model M Tower System as part of its ongoing drive to give students and schools access to state-of-the-art backstage technologies used in major productions worldwide.
2nd March 2020
UK – A.C. Entertainment Technologies Ltd. (AC-ET) has supplied two Green Hippo Hippotizer V4 Karst+ Display Port Media Servers to full-service event production agency, T.H.Collective, to provide flexible, high-resolution video playback for a myriad of client events.
25th February 2020
UK – A.C. Entertainment Technologies Ltd (AC-ET) has supplied over 11,400 items of professional equipment forming the main technical infrastructure for P&J Live at TECA – the new largest events venue in the North of Scotland.
21st February 2020
The “Leonardo Da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology” in Milan has recently inaugurated the “Leonardo Da Vinci Galleries”, the largest permanent exhibition in the world, entirely dedicated to the Italian scientist and artist.