These ETC ColorSource Spots 36 Deg LED lekos were used in an installation for about 5 months. These units are in good working condition.
The ColorSource Spot uses a precise combination of red, green, blue and lime emitters. ETC applied its extensive color-mixing knowledge to the fixture, to ensure that it can achieve brighter, richer and more believable colors than other budget LEDs, especially in the warm end of the color spectrum. Bright, punchy, with incredible output, the ColorSource Spot is also more dependable. You don't have to worry about it fading over the course of a show, because it compensates for thermal droop to keep the color going strong. The ColorSource Spot accepts all the accessories, zoom and fixed-focus lens tubes, and CYC and Fresnel adapters that fit ETC's Source Four LED luminaires. You get the versatility of the Source Four LED system in an affordable fixture capable of filling any role in a light rig.
(1) ColorSource Spot
(1) 36 Deg Lens Tube
(1) PowerCON to Edison Power Cable
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