Space Force versus ???

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I think the government wins - and it's already passed and funded. But can ChromaQ use it to there advantage in marketing it - a light so good that they named a branch of the military after it. Of course their competitors could link it to Trump - probably a negative in this industry.
 

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Do they have to change their name with advent of the US Space Force? Might they want to?
So, yeah, I saw the title and was worried that this thread was going to be a political argument that I was going to need to moderate. Perhaps ChromaQ needs to think about that.
 

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Hopefully ChromaQ has a presence here and decides to take your marketing strategy and makes you lead marketing manager of the Space Force Project 😂😂😂
 
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So, yeah, I saw the title and was worried that this thread was going to be a political argument that I was going to need to moderate. Perhaps ChromaQ needs to think about that.
You know me by now I hold no political ties. Just curious in fixtures to recommend to the higher ups.
 
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How about 285,000 Lumen LED?!


Or

DMG
@rsmentele Did you notice, referring to your 1st link, the Imperial 36.5" x 6.5" dimensions would make it ~6 x longer than it's wide yet in the photo it doesn't appear anywhere close to what its oblong dimensions would suggest. Surely that must be my distorted vision.
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@rsmentele Did you notice, referring to your 1st link, the Imperial 36.5" x 6.5" dimensions would make it ~6 x longer than it's wide yet in the photo it doesn't appear anywhere close to what its oblong dimensions would suggest. Surely that must be my distorted vision.
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I think face is 24 x 36.5 x 6.5 deep. Width = depth.
 
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So you agree it is not 6 times longer than wide?
Yes Sir; Understood, thanks for the clarification.
Are your ears still ringing from your MRI; the newer units aren't as loud but the older ones made listening to the finessing of the kick drum prior to a stadium rock concert easy listening by comparison.
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I love the DMG especially since it can fold up the amount I could fit in a case is amazing.
 
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The company went with the Space Forces.

I’m a little disappointed in the quality of the injection molding and the fact that the back is all plastic and not a metal.
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A metal back would have added quite a bit of weight to the fixture. Additionally, if you have the version with LumenRadio built in you may have a had an issue getting good signal without an external antenna.

I run a bunch of them on some of the tradeshows and they do take a beating but have never had an issue with the backs.
 
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