ETC racks and panels work behind the scenes in venues around the world, such as schools, houses of worship, TV studios, theaters, concert halls and opera houses. Supporting a wide variety of load types, our racks and panels easily adapt to rapidly changing lighting technology as well as venues of any size.
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No venue is too small to have great lighting. Our flexible and economical distributed dimming solutions let you set up anywhere like a pro, whether you're a novice or an industry expert. Whatever the size, scale or load-type of the installation, we have distributed dimming solutions to fit your needs.
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The Sensor3 TPSR app is the best way for stagehands to
protect their hybrid rig, and make sure every fixture gets the correct power
delivered to it – whether that’s dimmed or switched. In this video, Sasha and
Maile show you how it works. Find out more about the Sensor3
To get more information on ETC Dimming & Switching products, contact an authorized ETC
dealer near you.
ETC manufactures a range of equipment to meet the diverse needs of customers worldwide. See what is available in your area.
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ETC Rigging assists with modern redesign of old Johnny Carson studio in Burbank, California
Based on appearances alone, it may be hard to believe that the new state-of-the-art iHeart Radio Theater in Burbank, California, used to be the home of NBC’s The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. When Clear Channel Communications began the process to refit the former home of the late night show, it was clear they had quite a few challenges on their hands, particularly when it came to rigging.
ETC’s new Unison Paradigm system controls Lambeth College theatre
A Further Education college in south-west London has become the first European recipient of ETC Unison Paradigm, ETC’s architectural control system.
K College puts ETC at the head of the class
ETC dealer Northern Light recently finished a technical installation at the newly refurbished and renamed K College in Tonbridge, Kent, UK (formerly West Kent College).
ETC lights South African tour of Rent
ETC, through dealer Prosound, has supplied equipment for the South African production of Rent, which opened at the Alexander Theatre in Johannesburg, South Africa, in July, and has now gone on tour across the country.
ETC at Avignon Festival, France
The famed Avignon Festival, in the south of France, has been running for over 60 years.
Lighting the Dalai Lama with ETC gear
One doesn’t have the opportunity to light a world spiritual figure often.
ETC Mosaic controls Choctaw Casino’s spectacular special effects
For vacationers on the road to the Choctaw Casino Resort, the guest experience begins on the approach to the hotel, with the series of LED-illuminated, color-changing pylons that flank the boulevard.
California Science Center, Los Angeles
ETC lighting and control products are key to illuminating the diverse exhibits, offices and architecture in the California Science Center’s new 165,000-square-foot Ecosystems wing, open to the public as of March 25, 2010.
National WWII Museum, New Orleans, LA
The National World War II Museum’s new 70,000-square-foot $60-million complex, comprised of The Solomon Victory Theater, Stage Door Canteen, and The American Sector restaurant opened November 6, 2009, part of the Museum’s $300-million expansion.
ETC lights Disney’s High School Musical: On Stage
The Disney Channel’s blockbuster original movie High School Musical has become a phenomenon across the country and is creating more buzz with its live version, High School Musical: On Stage.
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