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DCS Events - Corporate Production 

DCS Events have a strong stock of wireless mic systems, active PA speakers, discreet base plate stands and wireless uplighting. Our production offering is extremely versatile and we can cater to almost any needs. Our frequent clients often host panel talks, drinks receptions, interviews, guest DJ sets and even auctions. Our huge range of stock enables us to match the best equipment to suite the environment around it. 

Sound engineering, monitoring, delivery and setup all available on everything we provide.

Case Study: SONOS x Google Home Product Launch
A last minute call, giving us 48 hours to book, plan, deliver and install this system for a live interview with an artist. We used one of our RES1 / BR118 Funktion One systems along with a Sennheiser wireless mic system and live sound mixer.
The system gave a very high clarity output while being aesthetically pleasing in the venue. 
Case Study: Bonhams - After Hours - Contemporary African Art 
Featuring a panel talk of 6 people along with a roaming mic for a Q&A session. Our client required a discreet PA system, wireless mic system and monitoring. We provided an active PA system set on round base stands with discreet cabling set around the venue. This system provided crystal clear vocals to an audience of 200+ along with no feedback and a host of positive comments from all presenters.
We had to apply extreme attention to our load-in, setup and load out due to the value of the artwork around the venue, which ran in to the £millions.
Case Study: Bonhams - Connor Brothers - In Aid of CALM 
A high profile charity auction for CALM (The Campaign Against Living Miserably). Featuring a panel talk of 4 people along with a roaming mic for a Q&A session on floor 2. The ground floor had legendary DJ Spoony playing to a crowd of 500 guests from our compact Funktion One system and Pioneer NXS2 setup.
We provided all equipment on both floors, along with an audio feed from the DJ booth to the upstairs PA system during the panel talk intervals. 
The night raised over £100,000 for the CALM, A huge success for the charity and all artists involved.