110 Turnbull Ct Unit 3
Cambridge Ontario Canada
CAN Phone: 1.519.740.9869
CAN Phone: 1.226.240.0338
CAN Fax: 1.519.740.1351
We will be operating out of a new location before the end of July! Overall we needed a bigger warehouse but thankfully the new space is only a block away on Turnbull Court.
The new location is 110 Turnbull Court unit 3. Along the back of the unit are two loading docks and a ramp for smaller cars.
All rental pick ups and returns will go through the back entrance.
All phone numbers will be staying the same but if they are not working for some reason while we move over please use 226-240-0338.
A municipal government client recently purchased a mobile DDS 5900 system. These are great systems that are very easy to set up and very easy to manage. This specific kit allows for over 30 people to have round table discussions at off site locations. It packs up and fits in 2 of the made in Canada Nanuk cases with wheels. Easy to load in the back of a small car and roll into a convention centre. It also features outputs for recording, in house PA integration and streaming audio. The entire system links together with shielded cat5 cables and self manages via IP.
Slate Church, based in Waterloo Ontario, recently worked with us to purchase a full kit of Sennheiser for their live band.
The kit consists of:
Sennheiser 100 series handhelds with 835 and 935 capsules
Sennheiser EW300 In Ear Monitor (IEM) systems
Sennheiser ASA 1 and AC3 Antenna Combiners with A1031 Paddles
Sennheiser Evolution 600 series drum mics
Rapco Horizon XLR snakes
SKB 4U Roto Racks
Angus Audio frequency co-ordinated, racked and prepared the kit for a turn key system that worked right out of the box.
The system was working flawlessly on a show the day after they picked it up.
Roseneath Theatre is a youth audience theatre company located in Toronto Ontario. They recently purchased Sennheiser wireless systems and a RF Venue frequency scanner for their North American tours. We designed and built a kit that would be versatile in any situation they would come across. The touring shows are being presented in venues across North America. Not always in a places that know what frequencies are friendly to use. The RF Explorer frequency scanner was included in the rack to help trouble shoot RF issues. With easy to use menus and visual graphs to show you where problems might pop up, its a great tool for people that are not RF specialists.