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    Any ideas for a new projector trolley

    Hi there,

    I've been asked to source a projector trolley.

    It'll be a wheeled trolley with space for a laptop (not part of the buy) and including a projector, a 4 way long lead adaptor, and some decent speakers to be heard at the back of our largish hall.

    Has anyone had any experience buying anything like this recently?

    Thanks - Simon

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    What about something like this?

    Sahara Presentation Systems > Full loaded Moby-Go2 Cabinet

    You dont have to have that specific projector etc.

    I can quote you if required.

    Chris

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    Sounds good to me.

    Yes, can I have a quote please? not including laptop or DVD/VHS

    Thanks - Simon

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    PM me your details Simon & I will get it to you this morning.

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    Presentation Trolley

    If you havent already sourced a product you could try the Monarch Media Cabby at approx £400 exc projector and speakers

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    Thanks for all your help

    FYI we're going with exceedia.co.uk to supply us with a Moby-Go trolley and a Sharp PG105 projector with speakers and accessories for just under £1000

    Simon

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    Probably too late now buuuuuut ......

    multimediaonwheels.com can offer a very secure (steel) and mobile AV Unit for similar money. These units are can be spec'd up to contain a mixer amp for PA via a wireless Shure mic. The projectors supplied are NEC NP 300 @ 2200 lumen and offer the 3 year lamp warranty.
    A Laptop could be used on the pullout shelf ... or you place a desk top in the base and connect a wirless keyboard and mouse.
    JBL control 1 speakers are match this type of trolley for small to medium sized halls... but you could always connect larger speakers via to match your hall size.

    David

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonWindisch View Post
    Thanks for all your help

    FYI we're going with exceedia.co.uk to supply us with a Moby-Go trolley and a Sharp PG105 projector with speakers and accessories for just under £1000

    Simon
    Sorry to dig up an old thread. Simon were you happy with the products you recieved from Exceedia? Let me know, thanks.

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    Definitely not, the projector broke down after a year, the speakers after 18 months, they short changed us on an extension lead and wouldn't budge, claiming that they had said it would be from 2-5 metres long, not 5 metres long, as they originally promised (could have bought a better one from poundland), the workman who was mean to fit the security brackets said he couldn't because of health and safety?!?, and didn't have any charge in his drill batteries, so I've not used Exceeia again!

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    I know this is an old thread, but if it's any help I've found Argos or Ikea kitchen trolleys do excellent service as general portable A/V stands - £30 for the trolly, put some decent-sized wheels or castors on the bottom and away you go. Out trolley in our main hall contains a projector, PC, speakers and wine rack.



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