CHAUVET DJ Wins 2014 MSR Award for Best Lighting ProductJanuary 2014
Anaheim, California – (For Immediate Release) — If “once is an event, and twice is a pattern,” as the saying goes, then CHAUVET DJ has established a pattern of being recognized by the dealers that sell lighting products. For the second time in a month, the company was honored by music dealers when its SlimPAR™ Hex 3 IRC won the 2014 Music & Sound Retailer Award for “Best Lighting Product.”
Presented during the NAMM Show in Anaheim, the award comes on the heels of CHAUVET DJ being named “Lighting Line of the Year” by the readers of MMR magazine. “It’s very gratifying to be honored back to back by two leading publications,” said Beth Weinstein, marketing manager of CHAUVET DJ. “It shows that we’re giving our dealers products that their customers want; and that we’re backing up those products with a strong commitment to service. We’re eager to build on this over the next 12 months as we continue to come out with products that help DJs excel in their careers.”
The SlimPAR™ Hex 3 IRC is indicative of the type of groundbreaking product that CHAUVET DJ is committed to bringing to market. A versatile low profile par with 6-in-1 LED technology (RGBAW+UV) and built-in infrared remote control capability, the SlimPAR Hex 3 IRC features a sit flat design that makes it ideal for uplighting.
“There is a wide range of features that make the SlimPAR™ Hex 3 IRC an indispensable tool for DJs,” said CHAUVET DJ Product Manager Allan Reiss. “Thanks to its compact dimensions and sit flat design, it works very well as a truss warmer. The unit’s built-in infrared remote control capability also makes it very versatile. Plus its six-in-one LED technology allows DJs to create a broad spectrum of customized colors. It’s fitting that the SlimPAR Hex 3 IRC was honored with this award, because the feedback we’ve gotten from dealers on this fixture has been so positive.”
The MSR Music & Sound Awards are based on a poll of every American music equipment dealer and manufacturer. For the past 28 years, the awards have been presented every Winter at NAMM in Anaheim.