MTG to distribute Obsidian Control Systems in Belgium
Wednesday, 8 February 2023
obsidian-control-systemMTG's Micha Meijer has been a key player in the lighting industry for over three decades
Europe - Obsidian Control Systems has announced that MTG (More Than Group), a growing AV equipment supplier based in Belgium, has been appointed the sole distributor for Obsidian products in Belgium and Luxembourg. The distribution agreement is effective as of 1 January, 2023.
Despite being a relatively new distribution company, MTG boasts considerable experience in the AV industry, with its team having over a century of collective expertise. MTG's co-founder, Micha Meijer, has been a key player in the lighting industry for over three decades, holding roles as a lighting operator/programmer, technician, and designer.
Micha, who previously worked extensively with a different lighting console brand, reached out to his long-time acquaintance Bert Schmeits at Elation Professional. After thoroughly evaluating Obsidian's full range of products, Micha attended training sessions on the Obsidian ONYX platform.
“I was impressed by its capabilities and found it to be one of the easiest consoles to learn,” he said. “I believe it has great potential and am confident it will become a top-tier lighting console brand.” Micha also had the opportunity to get in depth with Obsidian’s new compact yet full-featured NX1 lighting controller. "The NX1 offers a remarkable array of features in a compact desk, including motorized faders,” he said. “Its small size belies the powerful capabilities it possesses. I was truly amazed. It can handle shows of any size and there is nothing it cannot do."
Micha has always played the role of liaison between end users and console developers and says he will continue to do so with Obsidian. He shared his feedback and input when he first used the ONYX platform, and appreciates that Obsidian takes user feedback into account, making it a constantly improving console. “I am excited about this new partnership and see great potential for growth for MTG alongside Obsidian,” he concludes.

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