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10/06/2019

Centre Stage Acquires 10 Shure QLXD24/SM58 Digital Wireless Systems

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A.C. Entertainment Technologies has supplied ten Shure QLXD24/SM58 digital wireless systems to Hertfordshire-based staging, lighting & AV hire company, Centre Stage, to meet the event production needs of clients including West Ham United Football Club.

Centre Stage's Graham Baker was keen to invest in digital wireless technology to help with the ongoing battle of spectrum, and to offer a wider choice of brands and systems to customers.

He commented: "We have owned Shure systems in the past. It's high quality equipment and it’s the right price point. It offers a rider-friendly option to our rental stock, ideal for hospitality and conferences, all the way up to the most technically demanding live music events."
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