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12V/5W gooseneck light for consoles has a BNC connector. Includes extra bulb.
A replacement bulb for American DJ's Wave light fixture
120v/600w quartz halogen lamp with GY 9.5 socket.
120V 800W roundlux lamp for Eclipse and Stingray.
Setting up for any gig takes time and extreme attention to detail. From sold-out stadium shows to smaller, more intimate performances, lighting plays a major role in the overall music experience for both fans and musicians. Having the right stage set-up starts with knowing your equipment inside and out. To create the lighting arrangement you desire, knowing which bulbs work with what lamps and lights is important for achieving the right ambiance at your venue. A DJ aims to get the crowd pumped up and ready to party. Creating an energetic atmosphere comes from a cool combination of fast beats and bright lights. The Color Sweep Effect Light by American DJ amps up the crowd by blasting color to all corners of the room with its speed control and wide range of motion. No matter what goes down during your set, you can always keep the party going knowing your lighting system is using the highest quality parts and will be fully-functional all night long. Customizing your light show takes time, talent and a whole lot of attention to detail. From classical theatre productions to heavy metal shows, a flawless set-up is possible when you have everything you need at your fingertips. Whether you’re climbing a ladder to swap a lamp light in an American DJ PAR-38B can or changing out the lamp in a UV Canon black-light light fixture, having the bulbs, lamps and replacement parts in totally important when it comes to producing a glitch-free show. We know that the music speaks for itself at a concert, just like we know the talent of the actors in a stage production truly steal the show. However, you can take pride in knowing you had a hand in creating a one-of-a-kind experience for the audience with the amount of work put into designing the perfect lighting settings.