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Barco Projects President of Peru

Peru's TV127 used a Barco DLite 14 LED wall in a high-performance LED display for the inaugural ceremonies for newly elected president of Peru Alejandro
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Barco Projects President of Peru

Aug 9, 2001 12:00 PM, E. Price

Peru's TV127 used a Barco DLite 14 LED wall in a high-performance LED display for the inaugural ceremonies for newly elected president of Peru Alejandro Toledo. Attendance at the event on Machu Pichu was limited, so TV127 installed the Barco display in the city of Cusco for the population to view the activities from afar. Barco account manager, Melanie Lecca, commented that the company was honored to be a part of the historical event.

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