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Category: Technical considerations for events

Technical considerations for local events in Essex & Hertfordshire, venue access, using inhouse AV equipment and table layouts

venue access for events
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Venue Access

Venue Access and getting equipment onsite. In an ideal situation to be able to load equipment in from a car park right to the location of set-up, or within 5m.  Unfortunately with many hotels lifts and stairs and extended corridors become an issue on more than one level.  This has

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setup comparison set and stage vs in house
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Bespoke v’s Venue Fitted

Do I need a production company if the hotel already has inhouse AV systems? Just because a venue says they have everything in house should not be the deal breaker for your event.  Often the equipment supplied is far from service able and why restrict your event to fit what the

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Radio Microphone channel
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radio channels, 69,70, 38

Guide to standard radio microphone frequencies including 38,69,70

It is a bit of a mine field reading forums of channel 69, 38, 70 and anything in between relating to the wind or the next passing bus people write on forums from old tales and ‘what my mate told me’. This guide is to expel a few myths too about what you can and can’t use.


We will highlight the first key bands most popular.  For detailed information Arquva PMSE are the new name for JFMG and deal with UK licensing howeverOFCOM regulate all UK airways

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