Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How can lights and audio visual equipment be combined into a full production?
A: The experts at Admired Lighting & Multimedia utilize the latest in computer programming and controls to create professionally choreographed productions that fully integrate visual and audio elements. The result is trouble-free event experiences ranging from basic a/v set-ups to stunning audio and visual productions.


Q: What does it cost to produce a great event?
A: We are able to provide lighting and audio visual services tailored to our clients needs. From large corporate seminars, grand openings, and spectacular social events, to small private parties. Please contact us for a free consultation.


Q: What can Admired Lighting do to help promote our product?
A: We can work with you to promote your company or product by projecting eye catching text, images, and logos using lighting or video panels. We can also project onto floors, walls, buildings, and see through scrims. We are able to make custom projections move, rotate, change color, etc.


Q: How much time is needed to develop an event support plan?
A: Admired Lighting can move quickly and provide support for parties, corporate events and other productions.


For more information about our services and how Admired Lighting can assist your next event, please call our lighting and audio visual specialists at 954-927-6690 or inquire via our web form.

Admired Lighting & Multimedia provides event audio visual equipment, custom lighting, DJ entertainment services & more for weddings, corporate events & parties throughout Weston, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Boca Raton, West Palm Beach, Hollywood, Naples and Miami Beach, FL and surrounding cities.

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