Let’s Dance Again – 2007
For the second season of the TV show “Let’s Dance” on RTL, A&O Technology supplied the xenon lighting systems FALCON FLOWER 3,000W and FALCON BEAM 3,000W from the manufacturer alpha one.
For the second time, the presenter duo Hape Kerkeling and Nazan Eckes presented the eight-part RTL show highlight “Let’s Dance again”, in which celebrities dared to dance a duel with one professional dancer each. The lighting design of the show series was created by lighting designer Manfred “Ollie” Olma (mo2 design).
The live TV show series started on Monday, 14 May 2007 at 21:15 on RTL. The follow-up shows were broadcast live on RTL every Saturday at 21:15 on 19 May 2007.
The lighting systems were supplied and installed by A&O Lighting Technology in Oyten.
The grand finale: 30 June 2007, 20:15, live on RTL
Let’s Dance 2006
A&O Lighting Technology GmbH supplied 17 FALCON FLOWER and FALCON BEAM for the new TV show “Let’s Dance” on RTL.
Hape Kerkeling and Nazan Eckes presented the new eight-part RTL show highlight “Let’s Dance”, in which celebrities dared to take to the dance floor in a duel with one professional dancer each.
At A&O Lighting Technology GmbH in Oyten, 50 3,000 W searchlights of the FALCON range from the manufacturer alpha one gmbh are now available. The “FALCON UNIVERSAL” are the first xenon searchlights with exchangeable effect head in the power classes 1,000 to 8,000 watts. The devices can be used with a tightly bundled beam as well as with a flower effect, generated from up to 30 single beams. The “FALCON UNIVERSAL” is equipped with an integrated colour changer, shutter, infinitely variable strobe effects, zoom and integrated electronic power supply. The rotating flower reflector is infinitely variable in both directions. The “FALCON UNIVERSAL” can be operated standing or hanging, for hanging operation a static acceptance is of course available.
DATE: 2006, 2007
Start der Staffel Let’s dance again
Start der Staffel Let’s dance
FALCON BEAM colour
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