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LED Par 64 3Wx36 12xRed 12x Green 12xBlue (Aurorae)

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  1. lightman02

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    I'm selling (10) LED par 64 units, all have been tested and I have all original boxes and manuals. These are decent quality units that have good weight to them and are not flimsy. These are great for DJs and they also do great up lighting. These are 6 channel DMX controllable, stand alone mode, master / slave, sound active mode. Looking to sell as a package of (10) , asking $500. These can be shipped.
     

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  2. SteveB

    SteveB Well-Known Member

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    Curious as to why these would be called "PAR64's" as they don't use PAR lamps.
     
  3. ruinexplorer

    ruinexplorer Minion CB Mods Premium Member Fight Leukemia

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    Please state asking price, if you are willing to sell them separately, and shipping conditions.
     
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    The size, general usage type of the fixture, that's how some of these are marketed. Source 4 pars do not use par lamps, they are still called pars.
     
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    Nitpicking here, but PAR refers to the mirror ("parabolic"), not the lamp per se. So the Source Four PAR is still technically a PAR, though it doesn't use a PAR 56 lamp.
     
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    Yes, an LED PAR performs like a PAR in it's lighting capability as far as the type of wash produced from the unit which is why it is referred to as a PAR from most manufactures for reference. As the far as the technical reason for a PAR being a PAR, its kind of not relevant. If you want to have a discussion on this then post in the proper forum instead of the Classified forum.
     
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    ruinexplorer Minion CB Mods Premium Member Fight Leukemia

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    As it is the classified forums, we do not need to discuss terms such as this as it does not have relevance to the sale. That being said, as I posted earlier, @lightman02 needs to actually post terms of sale or this thread will be removed.
     
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    These units have been sold, I did get you message to update the terms and I did do that at 6:30AM yesterday.
     
  9. Pie4Weebl

    Pie4Weebl Well-Known Member Fight Leukemia

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    That's a lame troll. What next, are you gonna call someone out on a source 4 thread for calling them lekos?
     
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    I guess some of us old farts just like to nitpick on crap like this.

    Just seemed odd to call them PAR64's when they're not, but apparently the company does call them that, go figure.

    And if you are selling an S4 and describe it as an "S4 Leko", well, yes you get called on it 'cause Strand still makes a "LEKO LITE" and it would be an incorrect term.

    As note, lightman02 correctly commented that the classified forum was not the place for this discussion and he was correct, thus I dropped it.

    As BTW, do YOU call an S4 ellipsoidal a Leko ?, I'd bet not.
     

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