May 4, 2018
Do you have a big gig coming up? Do you want to use a Stageprompter, but don’t have enough gigs to justify having your own? Perhaps you don’t want to store additional kit after a tour ends? Try renting a StageprompterTM
Many people who perform or address an audience need a teleprompter of some kind, but not everyone wants the expense or responsibility of owning additional equipment. If you're using it infrequently, storage may be difficult, making Stageprompter rental a great solution.
Some performers want to try before they buy. Hiring a Stageprompter is the perfect way to do this and we have had many people go on to purchase their own. We recognize the need for rentals and have a fleet of Stageprompters and accessories in stock ready for you. All the equipment is up to date, fully inspected, tested and suitably protected.
You can rent single or multiple Stageprompters. We will provide you with full instructions, and email and telephone support is always available. To get you started, we'll include a temporary license for our Web Application to enable you to your create your own images.
Price includes UPS Ground delivery and collection to and from any US address. The rental period begins when you receive the unit and ends when the unit is picked up for return shipment. Longer rental periods are available, please contact us for more information.
If you would like more information about the Stageprompter or Staffords on Stage, please call or email at:
Since 2008, Staffords on Stage, a Cambridge, UK based technology company has been designing and manufacturing covert lyric-prompting solutions that boost the confidence of on-stage performances. The Stageprompter is a proprietary computer-less solution that features a color screen hidden in a floor wedge monitor and controlled by a foot switch. Complete with its own optional flight case, it is designed to handle the rigors of the road, roadies and performers worldwide.
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