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American DJ LED Tri Spot
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The LED Tri Spot is part of American DJ's continuing pursuit to create high-quality, affordable, and intelligent DJ light fixtures. The LED Tri Spot ...Click To Read More About This Product
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Features tri-color LEDs, 3 operational modes, a slow-to-fast strobe, and the ability to link and program multiple fixtures.
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The LED Tri Spot is part of American DJ's continuing pursuit to create high-quality, affordable, and intelligent DJ light fixtures. The LED Tri Spot is a simple DMX (digital multiple X) intelligent LED-effect pin spotlight. It's lightweight and compact, making it a great accessory for clubs and mobile DJs. This lighting effect can be used as a standalone, on sound-active mode, or can be DMX controlled. Tri-color LEDs create an assortment of projected effects like multicolored squares, overlapping ovals, and vortexes in colors like red, green, blue, purple, and yellow.
In sound-active mode, the American DJ LED Tri Spot will react to the sounds being played and chase through all of its colors patterns. In master/slave mode you have the option of linking up to 16 units together by the XLR connector on the rear of each unit. In this way, the master unit will control the programming of additional units to create programs like a 4-light show. In DMX mode, the LED Tri Spot can be a three-channel or five-channel DMX unit that operates through a DMX controller and gives the user the freedom to create their own programs tailored to their individual wishes. DMX mode allows you to control each individual light fixture's traits with any standard DMX 512 controller; therefore, the Tri Spot works well when paired with American DJ's UC3 Controller.
- High-output DMX-512 LED Pin spot
- 3-watt, 3-in-1 RGB Tri-color LEDs produce a variety of color effects (red, green, blue, purple, yellow, cyan & white)
- 3 operational modes: DMX-512, Master/Slave, Sound Active
- 3 or 5 DMX channel modes
- Slow-to-fast strobe
- Dimming: 0-100%
- Long-life LEDs: 50,000 hr. rating
- Built-in microphone
- Daisy-chain units together in Master/Slave & DMX mode
Enhance the dance floor with sound-activated, programmable LED pin spot lighting.
LED Tri Spot
- Multi-voltage: AC 100V-240V 50/60Hz
Beam angle: 12 lens installed (also includes 6 lens in box)
Power consumption: 9W per unit
Dimensions (including bracket): 7.75" H x 7.75" W x 5" D
Weight: 3 lb.
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Comments about American DJ LED Tri Spot:
I do not think the fixture should work one way with one lens and have a totally different look with the other lens. Should work one way or the pther.
Just be aware that if you put in the optional 6 degree lens that comes with the light, the red, blue and green light beams which come from the trispot will all be separate, and not aligned into one beam as they are with the 12 degree lens. So you can only color mix with the 12 degree lens.
Does not work well for me.
Comments about American DJ LED Tri Spot:
Its a good light for short range, or perhaps illuminating a disco ball, but, if all you want to do is illuminate a disco ball, get the white spot from ADJ with the 6 degree lense,... does a much better job
Unit comes with 2 lenses... 6 degree and 12 degree.
The 6 degree lense will allow for a longer throw but yields severe RGB shadowing
The 12 degree lense allows for a proper overlap of the each of the diode segments to create a properly rendered sharp circle spot
Looks good in very dark rooms, and cuts throw haze nicely. However, it doesnt throw very far.
Reasonably well built, but usely retro styled dip switches.
Most Chinese Made lighting comes with Buttons, with display screen, this should have included it
Also has a Red DMX indicator light on the FRONT of the unit which doesnt add to a professional mystique of having the light suddenly emerge from the darkness
At first when I got it I tried to use it at every gig, however, I have several lights in my rig, and I find myself not using it that much at all since it has trouble performing well in a room that isnt fairly dark
Also, I use it more as a spot, and only the 12 degree lense allows for this, so, the performance or ability to "throw" beyond 20 - 25 feet and illuminate well suffers