The grandMA Gets Kudos At Conclusion Of Bon Jovi Tour

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LOS ANGELES, CA--Bon Jovi's "Have A Nice Day" tour may have ended but the grandMA, which controlled all the low-resolution and HD video and all the lighting effects, is still getting kudos. A.C.T. Lighting is the exclusive North American distributor of the grandMA. Bon Jovi's "Have A Nice Day Tour" was the first to carry an HD video system with it for the duration of the tour.

"I couldn't imagine pulling off the tour with any other console," says programmer Patrick Brannon. "I've been using the grandMA for three years and just warmed right up to it. The more you use it the more you have the ability to adapt it to whatever show you're running. The grandMA is user friendly and versatile; you can set up the console to meet whatever needs you have for video. The show was very video intensive with a moving HD screen." For more information visit www.actlighting.com.

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