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Convincing: grandMA2 Road Show tours Germany

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Six cities were on the route of the grandMA2 Road Show that was launched by Lightpower, MA Lighting’s German distributor.

In each city the demonstration of the grandMA2 series was welcomed with much enthusiasm - with all participants equally impressed by the convincing performance and the extraordinary features of the consoles on one network with the MA VPU (Video Processing Unit) or the MA NPU (Network Processing Unit).

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The demonstrations gave a detailed overview of the current software version, along with information about the many high profile projects utilising grandMA2 over the last few months. Furthermore, MA Lighting’s experts took their time to answer in depth the questions from the numerous grandMA2 users and the many new prospective buyers.
Ralph-Jörg Wezorke, Lightpower’s Managing Director, was full of praise for the Road Show: "We know that there is a huge interest in the grandMA2, but we were still pleasantly surprised by the large attendance. This proves, that we have chosen the right path with grandMA2. It also shows that our principle of being as close to the customer as possible is appreciated by the market.”

MA Lighting International

MA Lighting International, based in Paderborn, Germany, is the dedicated sales, support and service entity for the renowned grandMA control systems, digital dimming systems, networking tools and media servers of MA Lighting Technology, based near Wuerzburg, Germany. The product range offers cutting-edge solutions for control and dimming, including the award-winning grandMA/grandMA2 consoles, the popular Lightcommander and reliable digital dimmer racks and packs. With its innovative MA Video Processing Unit (VPU) MA bridges the lighting and video worlds.
Today, MA Lighting is respected for its technical knowledge and has achieved a unique international reputation for its operational philosophy. The company offers 25 years experience and strictly follows a professional user-centric approach, getting as close as possible to the market via its own international offices and support centres in the UK, North America, Latin America, the Middle East/India, Asia Pacific and Scandinavia/Eastern Europe/Russia – supported by a world-wide distribution and service network.

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MA Lighting International

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