|Excellent / Few Scratches
used but in good working condition.
Available with 2500 and 1800 watt power, the fixture is a totally renewed. For the aesthetical appearance, more harmonious and rigorous thanks to new parts in aluminum and plastic molds, the use of a new asymmetric bracket has been employed which gives the Spotlight head more inclination. The new version is the result of a joint venture of Chinese company, allowing a consistent reduction in unit price.
Studio Due has been creating lighting systems for live performances, discotheques and television studios since 1982. Through constant research and innovation, and the use of premier-quality materials, Studio Due has established an international reputation as one of the market leaders in the field of professional lighting. In 1998 Studio Due has enlarged its range of products - moving head spots - outdoor multirays effects - controllers introducing a new line of - colour changer for architectural light - moving par concept specifically designed to satisfy the requirements of the architectural lighting; the most famous and world-wide appreciated among these products is the CityColor. Studio Due thanks to continuos investments is today able to produce inside the company most of the components needed in the final assembling of their products, that means manufacture high quality fixtures without loosing the flexibility in the production.
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