e24V3 touring dimmer released
Wednesday, 06 May 2009 10:28

LSC Lighting Systems has released the e24V3 Touring dimmer that offers the user a complete dimming and distribution solution for today’s demanding shows.
The new e24V3 comes complete with 24 channels of both Dimming and HotPower distribution enabling you to power up to 3000W per channel of Lighting, Video and Special FX all from the one box!

Redback 12 Dimmer released
Tuesday, 17 March 2009 11:20

LSC Lighting Systems has announced the release of the latest addition to the Redback family of dimmer racks. The new Redback 12 dimmer provides 12 channels at 10A with 100% Duty Cycle in only 2RU of height.

Houston Helps Busy Studio
Monday, 02 March 2009 00:00

In 2007, TCN9 Sydney upgraded their dimming installation for Studio 2 from the dim dark days of last century to LSC Lighting’s wall mount dimming workhorse, the EKO, installing 24 racks, each of 24 channels x 20 Amps.

LSC gives Orangerie new Zest
Monday, 23 February 2009 00:00

LSC Lighting’s Austrian based distributor dBLux has supplied four EKO dimmers, ePlates, three ISONODE DMX512 input modules, three ISOPORT DMX512 outlet modules, a maXim LP and a MINIM lighting control console to the Orangerie function centre in Fulda, Germany.

CLS uses LSC at YLC
Thursday, 12 February 2009 15:45

Concert Lighting Systems (CLS) is a production / rental house with offices in Melbourne and Sydney in Australia. Recently CLS supplied and operated a system for the "Young Leaders" conference, a dynamic presentation forum held in the Sydney Entertainment Centre and Vodafone Arena in Melbourne.

The Floppy is dead – Long live USB
Friday, 30 January 2009 17:48

LSC is proud to announce the arrival of the much anticipated USB upgrade option for the maXim range of control desks.

Medya scores again with EKO Dimming System
Wednesday, 21 January 2009 17:23

LSC Lighting Systems’ Turkish distributor Medya Film and Studio has recently commissioned yet another TV station in the country’s capital, Istanbul.

Australian War Memorial’s newest galleries
Tuesday, 20 January 2009 17:45

The Australian War Memorial is an impressive building located in Australia’s capital city Canberra. The Memorial’s newest galleries “Conflicts 1945 to Today,” which opened in 2008, aims to preserve and convey the experiences of Australian servicemen and women on overseas deployments from Korea and Vietnam through to Rwanda, Iraq and Afghanistan. In the age of the virtual theme park it was a major challenge for the AWM to present these epic stories.


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