Hello, I'm a PAC

icewolf08

CBMod
CB Mods
Joined
Jan 11, 2007
Location
Lititz, PA
certainly good for a laugh :)
 

soundlight

Well-Known Member
Joined
Oct 27, 2005
Location
NJ & NYC
Yeah, I think that I stumbled across thoses a month or two ago - great gag. However, until they're in the same price range, I'll stick with what's affordable...
 

gafftapegreenia

CBMod
CB Mods
Joined
Sep 24, 2005
Location
Michigan

Lightingguy32

Active Member
Joined
May 2, 2006
Location
New York
I don't like the idea that they "dropped" a source four. I don't think it is really a source four that has a heat issue but more the older 360Q/shakespeare that has the issue. Don't for get ETC does have zoom versions of the source four that compete with selecons, the only difference is that the beam is really ovular on the Source Four zoom and the field might not be as even.
 

zac850

Well-Known Member
Joined
Nov 21, 2003
Location
New York
I don't like the idea that they "dropped" a source four. I don't think it is really a source four that has a heat issue but more the older 360Q/shakespeare that has the issue. Don't for get ETC does have zoom versions of the source four that compete with selecons, the only difference is that the beam is really ovular on the Source Four zoom and the field might not be as even.
The 360Q compared to the Source4 is a major difference. But there is also a large difference between the temperature of the Selicons and the temperature of the Source4s.

And that was a small drop, the Source4s are rugged fixtures, I'm sure it will pull through. Don't worry about it :)
 

propmonkey

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jul 22, 2004
Location
Milwaukee, WI
i love it. reminds me of the mac commercials.
 

Lightingguy32

Active Member
Joined
May 2, 2006
Location
New York
Oh, I almost forgot, some where on this forum there is a documented case of someone dropping a Source Four Jr and an Altman Shakespeare from something around ~6 feet. The shakespeare was pretty much demolished from that fall and the Jr only suffered a dislocated lens.