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American DJ Vertigo Hex LED
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The American DJ Vertigo HEX LED is yet another way modern lighting effects are enhancing classic disco ball-type effects from years past and turning ...Read More
Modern-day disco ball effect with bright, vivid 6-color LEDs.
- Vertigo Hex LED Regular
The American DJ Vertigo HEX LED is yet another way modern lighting effects are enhancing classic disco ball-type effects from years past and turning them into up-to-date fixtures. With an impressive array of bright, vividly colored LEDs, the Vertigo HEX LED is one of American DJ's most popular lighting effects. Powered by two 12-watt "6-in-one" HEX LED technology, this amazing effect uses six colors built into one LED (Red, Green, Blue, Cyan, Amber & White) for more color options and a brighter output. The Vertigo HEX LED is easy to set-up and use as it's 20 multi-colored beams move to sound of music. ADJ has added IEC In/Out connectors to conveniently daisy chain power from one fixture to the other. The ADJ HEX LEDs are rated at approximately 50,000 hours, which is over 5 years of uninterrupted use. That would make for one epic party!
- Classic ADJ Effect - Now with ADJ HEX LED technology for more colors and brighter output
- Equipped with two 12-watt "6-in-1" (RGBCAW) "Hex Color" LEDs that produce a variety of color effects (Red, Green, Blue, Cyan, Amber & White)
Modernize your dance floor with the Vertigo HEX LED today!
Vertigo Hex LED
- Power consumption: 30W Max per unit
Long Life LEDs (Rated at approximately 50,000 hrs.)
Multi-voltage operation: AC 100V-240V 50/60Hz
IEC AC IN/OUT on rear to daisy chain power (up to 10 Vertigo Hex LED's @ 120V and 15 Vertigo Hex LED's @ 230V )
Dimensions per unit (LxWxH): 345x272x294mm
Weight (per unit): 2.75kg.
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- Easy Setup
- Long Beam Throw
- Runs Cooler
Comments about American DJ Vertigo Hex LED:
The good news is that this fixture is very bright with strong color throws. It doesn't run patterns, it runs via sound sensitivity. That's the good news. The bad news is that the sound sensitivity doesn't seem very sensitive. The only way I can make it work is to tap on the can itself. It doesn't matter where the sound sensitive knob is set -- It doesn't react to sound, bass, or drum hits -- it just stays black until someone taps it. Have queried support; waiting for a response. I have a feeling this one may be going back.