We set up a variety of equipment for an ultimate backyard party. The equipment included a television, a speaker, tents, tables, chairs, corn hole, a generator and bistro lights.
We installed a projector screen, a speaker, a microphone and a mixer for a graduation ceremony at a school in Columbus, Ohio.
We installed lights in the Golden Bear tent for the Memorial Golf tournament in Columbus, Ohio. We used a combination of stage lighting and LED lighting to light up the ceiling and entry ways. A lighting control board was programmed to control the stage lights and LED lights. We also installed rope light under the bar.
We installed all the audio equipment for a band, set up lights and built a stage for the Apron Gala fundraiser at the North Market in Columbus, Ohio. Our sound engineer ran audio for the band during the entire performance. We also had a lighting technician control the lights.
Our lighting technicians installed lights for the VIP section at a memorial benefit concert at Express Live in Columbus, Ohio. We used a combination of Elars, stage lighting with gobo designs and moving heads on top of truss structures to bring the VIP area to life. Our video technicians also ran a line from inside the VIP area to the outside concert venue so a live feed of Keith Urban could air on the projector screens inside.
Our lighting technicians installed bistro lights inside and outside a tent for an event at the Columbus Zoo.
The lighting technicians at Apex Event Production installed blue lights at the Motorist building in downtown Columbus, Ohio for police week. Lights were installed in the atrium and on the roof.
Our stagehand technicians and video technicians installed a variety of equipment for a Kentucky Derby Party at Genoa Park in Columbus, Ohio. Four televisions and a projector were attached to a truss structure above the bar. We also installed two stages, one for the band and another for the VIP section. Behind the stages we installed drapes and up lighting. We also provided red carpets, coffee tables, side tables, red rope stanchions and smaller televisions for the VIP section.
- Frequency response: 50Hz - 20kHz (+/-3dB)
- Powerful yet lightweight Class D bi-amplification
- Advanced JBL waveguide technology delivers superior stable imaging
- Compact: 27.8" x 17.3" x 14.4" (H x W x D)
- Amazingly portable
The e614's super-cardioid pattern, in combination with a neutral response and moderate sensitivity, insures optimum isolation from other instruments on stage. Unobtrusive for precise placement and powered by external phantom power, the e614 tolerates extremely high SPLs, precisely capturing cymbals and hi-hats.
- Amazing SPL handling. In Excess of 160dB SPL
- Outstanding Feedback Rejection
- Adavanced Shock Mount reduces handling noise
- Rugged construction
- Rugged, lightweight aluminum body for stable positioning on long microphone boom arms
- Lightweight high-performance voice coil construction
- Fast transient response
- Low-frequency extension
- Ideal for direct use on the most problematic bass signal
- Frequency-independent directivity provides isolation from other on-stage signals
- Humbucking coil
- Integral stand mount
- Pick-up Pattern: Cardioid
- Frequency Response: 20Hz-16kHz
- Sensitivity: 0.25 mV/Pa; @ 50Hz 0.9 mV/Pa
- Nominal Impedance: 350 Ohm