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Majestic, movin head fixture loaded with features.
The Intimidator Spot LED 250 is a feature-packed, 50-watt LED moving head spot which features a three-facet rotating prism that splits the beam to create great effects and cover a larger area. Its easy-access gobo door allows for quick gobo changes, and an electronic dimmer allows for super-smooth LED fading. It comes with eight colors plus white as well as seven gobos plus open. With the ability to split colors, do a continuos scroll at variable speeds, rotate and interchange your gobos (via the easy-access gobo door), and several popular pan and tilt options, you have a ton of options for entertaining the crowd. Built-in effect macros, move-in black, and sound-activated programs help minimize your setup time. Powerlink multiple units for even more fun.
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Comments about Chauvet Intimidator Spot LED 250:
Bought these for a church and for playing. Used in a recent childrens Christmas drama. The rotating gobo (variable speed) is really cool. you can rotate in forward or reverse. With a pair of these, was able to rotate the breakup gobo in opposite directions per fixture.
They are a bit dim at 50W compared to the Beam 350's I also bought. But still bright enough to add accents with full stage lights on at 30 foot throw. They are MUCH brighter than the Intimidator Scan's I had before.
The focus is manual, so if you have multiple throw lengths, the gobo's will only be focused where you set the focus manually.
They can move fast, and have variable movement speed, so that makes them quiet when you want to move them slow during talking.
The fans are reasonable quiet, but for drama purposes, you will hear the fans.
Wish there were a few move useful gobo's, but they are easy to replace, but have not tried that yet.
All in all a cheap way to add the modern "rock concert" look to your setup.