New Toys!

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As the summer winds down, the technical geniuses behind Mo Media’s gear curation have decided to refresh the inventory with some awesome new toys! Keeping up with the latest technologies and offering our clients the best in equipment and knowledge, is something the Mo teams works hard to balance. Projectors get brighter and have greater resolution making them more versatile in increasingly brighter environments. Audio equipments gets clearer and more secure. And new sound consoles give us even more control over the audio, providing for problem free events and crystal clear sound so important messages aren’t missed. Choosing the right gear means considering all of the variables to ensure that the gear can handle the repeated use, as well as, not become obsolete within the next few years. The team’s commitment to quality and their passion for technology means at least one thing…NEW STUFF!!

Here are just a few of the more exciting upgrades, and a little about each.

Christie L2K1500 LCD 2K Projector:




This 15K projector combines an incredible throw with an even more impressive resolution. With a wide variety of lenses available and stacking ability, this is an incredibly versatile projector. Adding several to our inventory gives us the ability to offer incredible resolution and clarity, without breaking the budget.



Shure Wireless ULX-D:


With 47 active transmitters, the ULX-D from Shure is both accurate and secure. The AES-256 encryption means that any prying ears will be hard pressed to get a clear signal, making the ULX-D the perfect choice for the sensitive information being exchanged at most Molecular Media events. The upgraded batteries allow for longer use and the ability to use AA means dead mics are not an issue.






Behringer Digital Mixer X32:

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40-Input, 25-Bus Digital Mixing Console with 32 Programmable MIDAS Preamps, 25 Motorized Faders, Channel LCD’s, 32-Channel Audio Interface! This thing is amazing, and if all that wasn’t enough, it’s able to be controlled through an iOS app. We are really looking forward to integrating this bad boy into our regular rotation.

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