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That Event Company - Plasma & LED Screen hire

That Event Company, Oxford - from 17" LED screens, Plasma screens and UHD Large format TV's we have you covered

We offer every thing your corporate, commercial, exhibition or private event could require when it comes to a screens whether the hire is required locally in Oxford, Bucks, Birmingham or London.


We supply HD Screens available for hire and install featuring Unicol K stands or more impressive parrabella stands. We have the following screens available in stock right now 17", 32", 42", 50", 52", 55", 60", 63", 75" & 85" all available for immediate hire. All of the TV's are all HD and we are now starting to stock UHD as the standard becomes more widely used.


The screens come with a variety of connections, but please let us know what you are plugging in, its termination and we will make sure its suitable - Also please let us know how many people will be attending the event you require the hire for. We have such a variety - we can make sure the hire is perfect


If you event is larger than 50 people chances are the LED or plasma screens will be part of a larger package - maybe a break out room  or delays for the main projection at the front - sometimes the LED screens would be used to display sponsors or something different to the main screen - with video switching equipment its all very possible and easy to iplement.


Please note our screens are classed as proffesional units - you should assume that they do not have internal speakers - if you require audio, please let us know and we can add that to the quote.

If you have any questions or would like a price please dont hesitate to contact us

A lrage format Plasma LED screen hired to IHG for a corporate event
LED & Plasma screens large distances away from source

Feeds from one source can be shown on multiple screens at larger distances away from source

This can be done locally upto 100m away (UHD) using our Kramer HDMI over CAT 7 system, before some signals would become corrupted or fail - using HDMI over Cat7 resolves that issue and with much better results than over cables that were previously used

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