These units are ADJ B-Stock and come with a 90 day manufacturer warranty. All fixtures are cleaned and tested before leaving the building.
The COB Cannon Wash uses advanced RGBA COB (Chip On Board) technology allowing for a powerful LED engine to be placed in a small amount of space. The result is a high output, smooth color mixing LED Par with no RGBA shadows. Designed for mobile or permanent wash lighting of stages, clubs, dance floors and churches.
It has 7 DMX Channel modes for programming flexibility, built-in color macros and 5 selectable Dim Curves. The fixture has many pro features such as: 0-100% electronic dimming, strobe/pulse effect, Flicker Free operation, DMX and PowerCon power daisy-chaining, and a 4-button DMX display. COB Cannon Wash may run in its stand-alone mode from built-in programs, sound actively or from a DMX controller.
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TheNorwegianNational Theatre based in the country's capital city, Oslo, has announced the installation of a brand new L-ACOUSTICS KARA WST line source system.The new sound system is made up of ten KIVA speakers in a center array and seven new KARA cabinets, together with a pair of SB18 subs on each side. Driving the system ...
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Yamaha has released an iPad app that allows you to remote control your Yamaha M7CL-32 or M7CL-48 console. Version 2 has just been released and allows control of head amp gain for each input channel and adds scene memory management. StageMix provides remote control of M7CL functions via a simple, intuitive graphical interfac...
Horizon, along with any of its interfaces, converts your Pentium class personal computer into the most powerful lighting control system available. Horizon software runs under Windows XP. Anyone familiar with Windows will find it easy to bring up channels and program cues with the mouse. If you are familiar with command-line...