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Pharmaceutical Dinners – AV Needs

Pharmaceutical Dinners – AV Needs: Are you having a small corporate dinner? Hosting a pharmaceutical dinner in the back room of a local restaurant?  Need audio/visual support for your event?  Maybe you are not sure if you need a projector, video screens, lav mic, or PA system rental?  Give Rob Alberti a call at 413-562-2632.  He can work up an a/v rental package that fits your venue and your audio/visual needs.

Many national a/v rental companies have a 1 size fits all approach to a/v support.  We have subcontracted for many of these companies and we get hired to set up a microphone and PA in rooms as small as 15′ x 15′ (Just not needed).   Sometimes we are subcontracted to provide rental for a projector and screen but a flat-screen would make better sense for the room layout.

Working with a local audio/visual rental company such as us – we can scope out the venue and “right-size” both audio and video for your setting.  From a 32″ – 60″ flat screen to a 100″ – 14′ diagonal video screen and projector – we will size your needs so that you don’t pay for more than what you need.

No more surprises when you show up with your iPad and there is no way to connect to that VGA or HDMI cable input.  You don’t even have to know the difference between HDMI, VGA, or Display Port.   Your local A/V rental company can take care of those details for you.

We suggest NO PA/Microphone needed unless you have a group larger than 20 guests or if your room is bigger than 30 x 30′.    If you try and use a microphone in a smaller room – you will end up with feedback without using one of our small array speakers.   Sometimes a projector and screen get in the way in smaller rooms and it’s better to bring in a 60″ or 80″ flat screen monitor instead.

Rob Alberti’s not only has standard a/v rental items such as:

  • Flat screen monitors
  • LCD Projectors & Video Screens
  • PA systems / Lavelier microphones
  • Laser pointers

We also carry:

  • LED Up-lighting
  • Pipe & Drape (Black / White)
  • Podium rentals
  • Theatrical lighting / Spotlights
  • Photo Booth rentals
  • Chandelier Rentals

Rob Alberti is owner of Rob Alberti’s Event Services – Disc Jockey, MC & A/V Rentals + Event Lighting design (Since 1983), covering MA/CT/RI and beyond (VT, ME, NH, NY, NJ) with larger corporate events.

The Berkshires & Western MA 413-562-2632 – Boston MA 617-778-6510 – Hartford CT 860-631-7754 – Newport RI 401-367-0375

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