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FAW Coega Assembly Plant Launch 2014

FAW Coega Assembly Plant Launch 2014

Audio Visual

For functions with a large audience, live cameras can be used so that the speaker in front can be seen by all and sponsors’ contributions can be easily recognised through the projection of their logos on the big screen.

At Magnetic Storm, we aim to cater to everyone’s needs – which is why we can offer you screens and projectors for all occasions. From basic tripod screens and boardroom projectors, to the huge 14’x10.5’ (4.2m x 3.2m) screen with a 5000 ANSI Lumen Projector. We also keep a large stock of 42” LCD and Plasma screens if that better suits your needs.

Magnetic Storm has everything your presenters could wish for to assist in getting their message across; such as small screens placed in front of the lecturer and wireless remotes to changes slides on the projector. We also have bright green laser pointers (which are easier to see than the red ones) and discrete cue lights and timer clocks – which can help the chairman keep control of the conference’s running time.

We also provide equipment and friendly staff to set up and run speaker preparation rooms, ensuring that speakers can practise their presentations beforehand. 

 
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