Category: Equipment

Posts about equipment – old & new!

New toys…

Investing in our business is important to us, and one of the main investments is equipment. Adding to our recent Allen & Heath dLive system, we’ve acquired 16 RCF TT25a-SMA – link.eavh.co.uk/rcftt25sma – active floor monitors for our rental inventory. We have also doubled our holding of Sennhesier radio microphone systems – link.eavh.co.uk/Sennheiser. But, it isn’t all […]

In the garden…

While in Amsterdam assisting Hart Wilcox with a large kick-off plenary, we got the call to supply PA & Backline for the gala night in a green house! GT obliged catching a ferry from Harwich with our lovely new dLive C2500 system, Kv2 ES and some shiny new backline we’ve invested in. Coupling the crystal-clear […]

Fifteen Years…

Reece Productions was founded on the 13th January 2003 in a garage in Essex…  …but that doesn’t seem to have held us back at all!  I’m not sure it feels like that long ago since I wrote about us turning 10 years old, and much of what I wrote there still stands. The technology of live […]

In the sky (again)

I don’t think I have ever mixed such a crazy gig… Yes, really really crazy. But, a bit of fun and another personal achievement – the second time I’ve spec’ed, installed and engineered a ‘gig in the sky’. Again for BA, but this time en route to New Orleans. This time I used the excellent […]

New online hire catalogue

This week we’ve launched our online hire catalogue where customers can assemble a ‘shopping’ cart of equipment and see pricing 24-7. We hope this will help people find the equipment they need easily, and the daily rate we charge. We are only listing items we stock ourselves, but of course we have an extensive partner-network […]

Happy New Year!

Well, it seems foolish not to welcome in the new year with a look back at 2015, and indeed a look forward to 2016… RP started 2015 by moving in to a great new property, just around the corner from our previous home of six years. It’s made a huge difference to operating efficiencies, and quite […]

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