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Chris Stein

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Plasma Stands for Downstage Monitors at Live Events
« on: June 08, 2006, 05:34:10 pm »

I am looking for ideas on Plasma Stands for use in live events as confidence monitors, They need to be adjustable between 2' to 4' Tall and be able to tilt the plasma up to adjust the view angle. Oh and also need to be very clean looking. Any ideas?
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Re: Plasma Stands for Downstage Monitors at Live Events
« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2006, 07:32:06 pm »

Chris Stein wrote on Thu, 08 June 2006 16:34

I am looking for ideas on Plasma Stands for use in live events as confidence monitors, They need to be adjustable between 2' to 4' Tall and be able to tilt the plasma up to adjust the view angle. Oh and also need to be very clean looking. Any ideas?


Draper has a model that meets all of your requirement except the maximum column height is 30": http://www.draperinc.com/Lifts_Mounts_Brackets/Aero-mobile-p lasma.htm (scroll down to the FH MT600)
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Re: Plasma Stands for Downstage Monitors at Live Events
« Reply #2 on: June 09, 2006, 12:06:30 pm »

Thanks for the info!
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Brian K Tennyson, CTS-D

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Re: Plasma Stands for Downstage Monitors at Live Events
« Reply #3 on: June 16, 2006, 05:43:45 pm »

Display devices has a product now, called the "Confidence Monitor Cart", that they claim I was the idea man behind. I'd like to see if it works before I take credit.  Laughing


http://www.displaydevices.com/products/miscellaneous/staging cart/index.html
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Re: Plasma Stands for Downstage Monitors at Live Events
« Reply #4 on: June 18, 2006, 08:33:30 pm »

Brian Kent Tennyson wrote on Fri, 16 June 2006 14:43

Display devices has a product now, called the "Confidence Monitor Cart", that they claim I was the idea man behind. I'd like to see if it works before I take credit.  Laughing


 http://www.displaydevices.com/products/miscellaneous/staging cart/index.html




I know people that would be thrilled with this device but only if the casters were tough enough to bang through loading dock areas and onto the truck. I'm sure someone could design a tough case lid to go over it and have the cart still be wheelable--a lid that lifts off and stores backstage or can be used underneath to give the confidence monitor additional height for tall stages.

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Re: Plasma Stands for Downstage Monitors at Live Events
« Reply #5 on: June 18, 2006, 11:39:52 pm »

Michael 'Bink' Knowles wrote on Sun, 18 June 2006 19:33

Brian Kent Tennyson wrote on Fri, 16 June 2006 14:43

Display devices has a product now, called the "Confidence Monitor Cart", that they claim I was the idea man behind. I'd like to see if it works before I take credit.  Laughing


   http://www.displaydevices.com/products/miscellaneous/staging cart/index.html




I know people that would be thrilled with this device but only if the casters were tough enough to bang through loading dock areas and onto the truck. I'm sure someone could design a tough case lid to go over it and have the cart still be wheelable--a lid that lifts off and stores backstage or can be used underneath to give the confidence monitor additional height for tall stages.

-Bink



Yeah, something with cups on top for the weels to sit in so it didn't roll off.
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