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A.C.T. Lighting Announces Price Reductions

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LOS ANGELES, CA--A.C.T Lighting announces that in support of the current MA Lighting factory program the prices for its powerful grandMA pico, grandMA micro, grandMA ultra-light and grandMA NSP are being reduced in North America. The reduction took effect on February 1and will continue until April 30th

Rather than just stand alone consoles, grandMA pico, grandMA micro and grandMA ultra-light are all an important part of the grandMA family. By linking remotes, 3D visualisers and media servers or adding parameters (grandMA ultra-light only) they become an important part of the grandMA network.

This is a special promotion, offering users a chance to invest in future-oriented equipment, even in challenging economic times. Users should contact their local dealer for the new pricing.

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