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Discussion in 'Lighting and Electrics' started by u_dakka, Oct 2, 2006.

  1. u_dakka

    u_dakka Member

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    hi, im after a simple little lighting desk that works purely off DMX,
    im not fussed about it having many faders for setting scenes, but i would like a scroll wheel. also when the show is running it would be useful if the go function of calling the memories was a couple of faders rather than a go button and a speed fader (as in zero88's frog series). I would hook it up to a monitor so that obviously is a requirement.

    just wondering if any of you guys have come accross something worth buying like that
    thanks
    andy
     
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    Footer Senior Team Senior Team Premium Member

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    Strand Pallet should do all of that. The older strand GSX's do have a beater bar style cueing. As well as the sabre from compulite.
     
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    Strand Palette series is questionable, as a result of Strand getting purchased by Genlyte (owner of Vari*Lite and ET). What information is out there indicates the Palette series was a Strand UK product, with the UK employees - the Palette development team, not part of the purchase, though the Strand website public announcement indicates Palette was potentially part o f the deal.

    Palette essentially is a competing product with the ET Marquee console line, though there's a thread on the LightNetwork under Strand Malette with a rumour that the Marquee has run the Palette OS.

    Other consoles to consider:

    - ETC Express
    - Leprecon 1600 series
    - NSI
    - Colortran/NSI

    SB
     
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    SteveB Well-Known Member

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    That was supposed to read " A Palette running Marquee OS".

    SB
     
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    The LSC maXim meets all those requirements.
     

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