ADB Lighting launches DOMINO XT / TV/theatre lighting control desk at IBC
Domino Xt Compact, cost effective solution for all television studio and theatre lighting control
ADB Lighting Technologies launches the latest in its line-up of memory lighting control desks, the DOMINO series of lighting control desks, headed by the new, powerful, yet affordable DOMINO XT, at IBC 2009.
Designed to provide a flexible and intuitive solution for both professionals and novices to use, the highly price-competitive DOMINO elegantly combines all the functions of a television studio or theatrical console, allowing fully automated control, required studio and for theatre lighting, in a new, sleek, lightweight ultra-modern casing whose compact footprint will readily fit into the tightest control rooms.
The four-strong series is available as DOMINO 24, 48, 48XT and 96XT versions.
Aimed squarely at the large mid-range controller market for television and broadcast studies and theatres, medium to large venues, convention centres and more, a major feature of the DOMINO is a dedicated crossfade playback fader pair, along with a large number of physical submasters to execute playback, chasers, memories and more, for maximum operating flexibility.
The DOMINO/XT versions also feature a powerful moving light interface with crucial control parameters including effects, fans, palettes, presets and filters, which are all controllable via a single finger touch.
The new DOMINO series offers a choice of powerful new lighting controllers in an important sector of the market that combines traditional ADB quality and reliability with excellent value for money and a high level of flexibility and ease of use.
DOMINO'S introduction follows the recent release of the new MIKADO manual/memory control desk.
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