LiteConsole

LiteConsole

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Litestructures has revealed the production version of its LiteConsole performance platform.

Litestructures has revealed the production version of its LiteConsole performance platform. It was originally developed as a custom product for Paul Oakenfold who required a modular console to reinforce his stage presence on Madonna’s “Sticky & Sweet” global stadium tour. However, the concept garnered so much interest that the company has decided to make it available as a stock option in a customer-configurable format.


LiteConsole is a podium structure that offers a portable and high-visual-impact solution for any number of applications from corporate A/V presentations, live musician and DJ performances, or recording projects to trade shows and exhibitions.


LiteConsole modules comprise four primary pieces of high-grade easy-to-connect aluminium sections. Standard modules are designed to house a 50-inch plasma screen, although this open space could also be utilised to feature a back-lit corporate logo, LED panels, starcloth, or any other form of corporate messaging.

 

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Web: www.litestructures.co.uk

Tel: +44 1977 659 800

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