LMG Adds intellaspots to Lighting Inventory
The intellaspot is a hard edge luminaire that offers groundbreaking innovations in optics, lamp configurations, high lumen output, energy efficiency, zoom range, and overall feature set — all at a highly economical price point. The SHOWGUN 2.5 fixture is a 2500 watt hard edge luminaire that also features an innovative LED tracking ring.
In order to meet the demand for creative lighting on concert tours, corporate meetings, tradeshows and live events, LMG needed fixtures that meet all the needs of today’s designers. With the vast array of effects, color mixing, and high output, the intellaspot and SHOWGUN 2.5 perfectly met their needs.
“Our lighting equipment inventory is constantly evolving, and we are excited to offer the latest, most innovative technology choices to our live event clients for our show and touring divisions,” says Les Goldberg, CEO/President of LMG.
LMG’s vast lighting inventory also includes High End Systems DL.3 Digital Lights, as well as Road Hog and Road Hog Full Boar consoles. The addition of intellaspot and SHOWGUN 2.5 fixtures further increases LMG’s commitment to High End Systems lighting and control products.
Many lighting designers are already jumping at the chance to add intellaspots into their designs. “I have been anxiously waiting to use the intellaspots and plan to do so on a tour this summer,” said LD Lawrence Upton. “The range of looks and effects that I can manipulate makes it easy to add to my layering on stage. I am pleased to hear that LMG and LMG Touring Designer Ken Gay now have the intellaspots available.”
Intellaspot fixtures have recently been seen on many productions including Maroon 5, Ultra Music Festival, the Scorpions, and Stars on Ice. “The intellaspot is a natural choice for LMG’s touring division,” explains Craig Burross, High End Systems National Sales Manager. “As a supplier of many major national touring acts, LMG Touring’s addition of the intellaspot and SHOWGUN 2.5 to their inventory provides designers with many creative options, while keeping within today’s budgetary and power requirements.”