The Wedge 03 Stageprompter with Foot Switch, Accessory Bag, USB memory stick, Power Supply and Stageprompter Assistant Web App'.
Overview - Hidden in a wedge style audio floor monitor case, the Wedge 03 Stageprompter is virtually undetectable by the audience. It gives the user and fellow performers a massive confidence boost by displaying prompts such as chords, lyrics, music scores, tabs, structure or whatever is required.
This teleprompter / autocue monitor is typically used by musicians, singers, presenters, ministers, performers, speakers and choirs.
Using a 22″ colour flat screen in portrait orientation, the Stageprompter is built of solid birch plywood to stand up to the knocks of live performance. This new model is designed to be compact and highly portable. It features a high density foam cover for the recessed screen and an optional high quality fabric cover or flight case to protect it during transportation.
Operation – The Stageprompter displays PDF or JPG files of your songs / lyrics / guitar chords etc that are saved onto a USB memory stick. The USB memory stick is inserted into the control panel and a menu of your images (songs) is displayed. Using the foot switch you can then move through the images in forward or reverse order or select a specific image you require from the menu. There is no on or off stage set up, the Stageprompter teleprompter / autocue monitor is fully operational from the moment it is turned on.
How to get your lyrics / chords etc onto the Stageprompter - We have produced a purpose made web application that allows you to cut and paste from your existing song sheets. You format your text, group and order your songs into sets and can back up or restore.
Used By - Any on stage artist wanting a computerless teleprompter or autocue monitor that is invisible to the audience.
Solid birch plywood construction finished in a tough black textured coating
22″ colour flat screen
Power, USB and foot switch sockets
External 12 volt power adapter specific to your country
Robust metal foot switch (forward and reverse and menu select)