Used Intimidator Wash Zoom 350 IRC | For Sale Item# 44823

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Intimidator Wash Zoom 350 IRC in mint condition, from 2015. Priced per unit. Minimum order of 2 units = $1,794 USD / €1.727 EUR

Quantity 6 (Minimum Order 2)
Condition Like New
Year 2015
Location North America
Case Type Dual
Previous Use Demo/Refurb
Warranty 14 Day

Description

Like new condition, they have never been on a show and have lived in the road cases that were manufactured for them by chauvet.

What's Included

(1) Intimidator Wash Zoom 350 IRC
(1) Dual Flight Case with the purchase of (2) units.

(Unit Price)
$897 USD
(Unit Price)
€863 EUR
Financing Available
Minimum Order of 2 Units
(Price for 2 units)
$1,794
(Price for 2 units)
€1.727
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Intimidator Wash Zoom 350 IRC

Intimidator Wash Zoom 350 IRC

The Intimidator Wash Zoom 350 IRC is a bright and powerful, LED moving head wash light that gives you a variety of rich and saturated colors with or without a DMX controller. In Master/Slave mode it gives you a dynamic light show quickly and easily. The motorized zoom, Strobe, and color change programs are easily selected from the control panel or with the optional IRC-6 wireless remote. The Intimidator Wash Zoom 350 IRC has a fast and smooth movement for unparalleled excitement or subtle motion effects. If you want to take your show to the next level, use a Chauvet DJ DMX controller! The Intimidator Wash Zoom 350 IRC travels best in the stylish, optional CHS-50 VIP Gear Bag.

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CHAUVET began in the 80s as an OEM distributor and manufacturer from a modest warehouse in North Miami Beach, FL. Today CHAUVET is a major innovator, developer and manufacturer, leading the lighting entertainment market in terms of design, flexibility and options. Our formula is simple: the right products at the right price. Sold through a network of highly professional dealers and distributors, the CHAUVET brand has a global reach built around three core tenets: Value, Innovation, Performance- VIP for short. Professional moving yokes, scanners, wash lights and controllers drive the bulk of CHAUVETs growth. The company also actively pursues new technologies and markets in LED, laser and architectural illumination. Most products are manufactured in Asia. Product design, marketing, technical support, sales, sourcing, quality control, warehousing and shipping are handled in the USA. A passion for lighting and the drive to excel unite an otherwise diverse staff of 50 at the South Florida headquarters. All share the realization that, beyond top-of-the line products, straightforward advice, after-sale service, and support are key to a truly satisfied customer.

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