We can provide sound, lighting, Audio/Visual and entertainment for any University event such as:
- Freshers Events
- Halloween Events
- Christmas Ball
- Society Ball
- Graduation Ball
DJ & Sound/Light
What kind of music will you play?
Obviously when we have to cater for hundreds of people who are usually paying to enter an event, we cannot offer the same personal service as we would for say, a Wedding or a Birthday. For University events, we will tend to stay towards chart music, R&B/Hip-Hop, Pop-Punk, Indie, Cheesy 90s/Early 2000s (5ive, Spice Girls, Steps, S Club 7, Backstreet Boys etc). We will throw in some of the usual classics such as Whitney Houston - I wanna dance with somebody (who loves me) & Tina Turner - Proud Mary. Click the button below to see some examples of the type of music we will likely play.
Will you take requests on the night?
Yes! We can also take requests or guidance in advance.
Can you cater for themed events?
Yes, we can also put you in touch with some contacts to help decorate the venue in your chosen theme.
How many people can you cater for in-house?
Our own Sound & Lighting can cover up to 1000 people. We can hire in additional equipment if need be.
Will it be loud enough?
Although we tend to keep our sound system at a reasonable level, the main Nexo PS15/LS1200 system has the potential to hit over 140 Decibels SPL and we can use additional Nexo PS8 side fill speakers (up to 125 Decibels SPL) to spread the sound out around the room so it's not too loud or too quiet anywhere. Most nightclubs will be sitting at around 110 Decibels, a Jet Engine is typically 120-140 Decibels.
- LED Dancefloors in White or Black up to 22ft x 22ft
- Non LED Dancefloors with a checkered pattern
- Starcloths available in Black or White to wrap around the room (this can be set to any colour or combination of colours including white). These will integrate seamlessly with rear projection screens. They can cover any area from just the stage area to the entire back wall or we can cover the entire room if you so wish.
- Venue uplighting
This can be used on a small scale to accentuate architectural features such as pillars or on a large scale to ambient wash an entire room in any colour or combination of colours.
- Bespoke Illuminated Signs (4ft Light up Letters)
- 32 ChannelDigital mixing console
We have available a 32 channel digital mixing console that will handle anything from a singer with backing track/guitar to a full band. It will also allow us to insert reverb/delay effects, multitrack record and more.
- Wireless Sennheiser Microphones
- LED Furniture
We also have a large variety of trusted contacts for things such as Cocktail Bars, Singers, Bands etc, We know these companies/people are reliable and do a good job putting your mind further at ease, we can put you in touch with them if need be.
LCD projectors will take a feed from a computer, DVD player or any image producing device, and project the image up onto a screen or other flat surface. The two key considerations when renting a data projector are brightness and resolution.
Projectors do not provide sound. Therefore, if your presentation or film does feature sound, do remember to request additional sound equipment suited to your audience numbers.
Brightness is measured in ANSI lumens.
Our entry level models start at 1600 lumens. This is sufficient for small meeting rooms where there is some degree of control over ambient light. 2500 lumens offers more output for brighter or larger environments. 5000 lumens and beyond are suired to large events, or situations where the image has to be thrown over a long distance.
Resolution is the number of pixels that make up the image, so the more pixels, the greater the image quality.
Although XGA (1024x768 pixels) has become the most popular, SVGA (800x600 pixels) is still common for smaller meetings.
Full HD is now also available, offering 1920 x 1080 pixels for outstanding results at larger events.
Projectors will take practically any higher resolution and interpolate down to their native resolution.
Positioning your projector
Various mounting options are available to suit different events and venues.
Smaller projectors being used for meetings would ordinarily be placed on a table or other piece of furniture in the room.
Floor stands are available where this is not possible. And in venues where the projector needs to be high up, we offer cradle mounts and other brackets that can be hung from truss or other suspension gantry.