Stage Audio Works has pulled out all the stops at Mediatech Africa, offering visitors an opportunity to experience the company’s wide range of unique turn-key solutions for the live events and AV installation markets.

Nathan Ihlenfeldt, technical director at Stage Audio Works, sums up the company’s approach at Mediatech Africa 2019, stating: “We want to share Stage Audio Works’ ability to sell customised, holistic solutions rather than simply providing equipment in a cardboard box. As such, our booth is very interactive and demonstrates how technology can be employed to realise creativity.”

The Stage Audio Works stands (G26, G24 and H24) are the embodiment of creativity enabled through technology and offers visitors the opportunity to explore, interact and immerse themselves in all things audio, visual and interactive.

“We have really excelled ourselves at this years’ show – especially when you look at the design and execution of our booth,” says Shaun Xavier, marketing manager at Stage Audio Works. “We are celebrating ten years of success with Stage Plus, our in-house range of staging solutions, and the entire two-story structure has been custom-built using Stage Plus gear. As a proudly South African company, we are extremely proud of our ability to manufacture a wide range of products and solutions to world-class standards, enabling us to provide locally manufactured products to clients in South Africa and abroad,” Xavier points out.

In line with Stage Audio Works’ growing reputation as an equipment manufacturer, the company has also launched a new range of LED displays at Mediatech. “We are demonstrating the high-quality and versatility of our new range of Pixel Plus LED Display Solutions across our booth. The Pixel Plus range is locally engineered, competitively priced and can be custom-designed to suit any clients’ needs, be it for the rental or installation markets,” Ihlenfeldt points out.

In addition to the company’s comprehensive range of in-house solutions, Stage Audio Works distributes and supports a wide range of leading brands, including d&b audiotechnik, Christie Digital, Yamaha, NovaStar and dBTechnologies, who are also demonstrating their VIO L208 Series at the Mediatech Outdoor Sound Demo Zone.

Stage Audio Works is very pleased to be showcasing d&b audiotechnik’s flagship GSL loudspeakers. According to the manufacturer, the SL-Series is a family of audio systems that deliver unprecedented directivity control and headroom over the entire audio spectrum. This couples with significant low-frequency extension, comprehensive rigging, cabling and transportation solutions, all optimised for the highest speed of deployment. “This is the first time that we have had the opportunity to showcase the GSL system, and we look forward to showing customers what this amazing technology can achieve in the months ahead.”

Stage Audio Works is also showcasing Yamaha’s RIVAGE PM7 Digital Mixing System, Christie Digital’s latest laser phosphor range of projectors, the brand new NovaStar UHD junior all-in-one 4K controller.

Visit Stage Audio Works at Mediatech Africa on 18 and 19 July to enhance your creativity through technology.