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Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by BillESC, Mar 11, 2008.
Chauvet's LED Rain56's used as truss warmers.
how warm did that truss get with LED PARs?
point at an animate objects for me, but long life, weight, and the ability to mix colors would make me look into them if I did anything like that.
Looking at hte specs they look like a great little DJ fixture. Chauvet is really starting to grow on me.
LED to play with.
play with LED cans for cheap, ask Bill about his price on ColorSplash (LEDsplash) Jr. units. (Bill, I'll be calling tomorrow to place an order). I'll post a review after I get mine.
conventional DMX dimmer packs easy enough. I know you get what you pay for, but if it can do both conventional and intel's at that price I'm getting one.
intensity levels. Look at the different tutorials on youtube that DJs have done for LED parcans using this style of controller (fixture buttons on left, then sliders, then programming keys). They're super-simple to use.
What about ADJ DMX Operator Pro? 8 Dedicated conventional faders... plus other options, and it has the ADJ name!
DMX 55 has been discontinued but there may be stock left on dealers shelves. If there is I'm sure it's going cheap.
The DMX 70 MAPs at $ 199.99, the same price as the 55 did but offers a lot more.
Wow! Boy do these look fun!
I've been wanting both something LED to play with, as well as something useful for random lighting scenarios, this fits the bill, that low-low power consumption! Stand-alone color mixing, fun stuff! If only I had some $$$ I'd buy a pair of these guys. Two things are holding me back: 1. All my bday money was in Amazon gift certificates... 2. These wouldn't get here in-time for a thing going on Friday.
DMX Operator Pro is a very limited controller. It offers only 132 channels of DMX compared to the DMX 70 which offers 384 channels. The 70 also now allows you to program fade and rate times into each individual scene a feature not available on the Pro.
More features than the DMX Operator Pro at $130 less? Ha... *mutters to self: Gaff still should have gone all ADJ for his new theater...*
Just curious, as I don't have the funds available now: You don't stock the DMX-70 do you? I don't see it on your website.
Now: Hmm, I could purchase two of these LED units from Amazon and have them on Thursday in-time for the coffee-house event, for $15 out of pocket... choices... choices... choices...
I don't see a problem there.
$15 for a pair!
I read a review for this unit (on Amazon) which said the fader values are jittery. Do you think this was a defective unit, or do you have similar issues?
Yea, but the question is: is it worth it for two static "bay window warmers"? No color changing, I wouldn't run any B.S. patterns.
I have not found that to be the case. We've been using LED fixtures for quite some time now. Some brands tend to be better than others and within brands some fixtures are better than others.
You'll use them later for other things too.
Maybe rent them to friends and/or DJ's etc...
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