These ETC Soruce Four PAR units were used for about 3 years and are in good working condition. These pars use edison connectors on the power cords.
Source Four PARs deliver a smooth even field, and at 575 watts are comparable to 1000W PAR64s -- while saving 40% on energy. Need maximum brightness in wash lighting? The Source Four PAR EA is rated for the incomparable 750W HPL lamp.
Changing beam angles is easy: Source Four PAR comes with a set of four snap-in lenses that mount in a cool, rotating ring. That also means no more reaching into a hot can with cracked porcelain sockets. And when you need a new lamp, just use your stock of Source Four HPLs (no need to carry a large inventory of expensive PAR64 lamps). The Source Four PAR's compact design means more units can be mounted on a pipe or fit into a truck. Combined with reductions in power and cable requirements, Source Four PARs are perfect for touring.
(1) Soruce Four PAR EA
(1) Lamp (as is)
(1) Lens Kit (VNSP, NSP, MFL, WFL)
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