Partners - 2016

LMG joins roster of disguise's US Rental Partners

LMG joins roster of disguise's US Rental Partners

disguise is pleased to announce that LMG has become its latest rental partner in the US.

Disguise maintains a global network of rental partners who help fulfil customers’ hardware requirements in their local areas. LMG joins a dozen other rental partners based in the US.

LMG is headquartered in Orlando and has offices in Las Vegas, Dallas, Nashville and Detroit. For more than 30 years LMG has provided video, audio, lighting and LED support for some of the world’s largest corporate meetings, trade shows, specialty events, tours and concerts. The company is known for its expansive inventory of state-of-the-art equipment and its in-house technical expertise, which deliver innovative creative solutions for live events.

“We are delighted to welcome industry veteran LMG as our newest rental partner in the United States,” says Hans Beijer at disguise. “We’re honoured to add the innovative and driven team at LMG as such an enthusiastic supporter of disguise solutions for their customers’ high-profile projects nationwide.” 

“We’re very excited to take inventory of the 4×4pro media servers. With 16 outputs and a robust visualiser, the 4×4pro is a valuable creative tool for us and our clients. I am very impressed with the support and service from the disguise team as well.”
Craig Mitchell, Director of touring at LMG

Neil Morrison, vice president of technology at LMG, echoes Mitchell’s excitement about the 4×4pro. “Its incredible playback channel density allows us to deliver more outputs to screens per server than we ever thought possible,” he notes. 

 

“Disguise’s creative approach to back up machines using the Understudy feature makes fully redundant back-up solutions a thing of the past. And the simplicity of the GUI is unparalleled in the current media server market. These points, coupled with exceptional customer support and training, make disguise a logical fit and a welcome addition to the LMG family of media servers.”