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Color them affordable!
Gel pack contains Red, Blue, Green, and Yellow. 8" x 8".
9" x 9" gel sheets fit PAR-64 cans. Comes with red, blue, green, and yellow.
Mood alteration made easy.
Gel pack contains the colors Amber, Turquoise, Mauve, and Pink. 8" x 8".
Rigid frames fit PAR 36 pinspot cans.
8" x 8" gel paper that fits Par-56 Cans. Comes with magenta, congo blue, light green, and aqua gels
Color your world!
These stage light gels fit PAR 46 cans. 7" x 7". Includes magenta, Congo blue, light green and aqua.
Creates a wide beam over a large area.
For a DJ or stage manager, lights and visuals are every bit as important as the music itself. A modern lighting rack can have a wide variety of lights, ranging from the simplest floodlights to exotic strobes and laser effects. But no matter how many specialty lights you have, the PAR cans are probably still the workhorses of your setup—and wherever there are PAR cans, there are gels, gobos and lenses.Lighting is one of the keys to setting the tone and mood of a venue. If you DJ a dance, for example, you might use red and purple hues to create a romantic atmosphere during a slow song. In a club, a mix of different colors can fill the room with an energetic feeling. Maybe you're managing the lights in a theater and some blue lighting is just what you need to create a nighttime setting or frame a touching scene in a musical. No matter the venue or the event, gels and lenses are the ticket to getting the right color out of your cans.For your PAR 36 Pinspots, you can choose between lenses based on RGB color or CMYK to give you more options for color mixing and tone. When it comes to larger cans, take a look at 7" gels for PAR 46, 8" for PAR 56 and 9" for PAR 64 lights. American DJ makes colored domes that will let you change up the color on a Snap Shot II strobe, as well as narrow-beam or wide-beam general-purpose lenses so you can change your cans between spot and flood effects.If you use LED lighting, another way for you to refine and pinpoint your lights is with shaping filters. These are cut-to-fit polycarbonate sheets designed to smooth, widen or shape the light from LED panels, PARs, bricks or strips. Choose between 10, 20 and 30 degrees to vary the effect, or even a 1-degree filter to turn your LED light into a linear wall wash light.Whether you're just getting into the lighting world and putting together your first rack or you're an experienced pro looking for new gear, these gels, gobos, lenses and filters are some of the most important tools you'll have. The best lighting is all about the right colors in the right places, and while the aim is up to you, these PAR and LED light filters will take good care of the hues.