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Chauvet LG-20 Scorpion G Laser Lighting
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The Chauvet LG-20 Scorpion G 4.95mW green laser features automatic, sound active, and master/slave modes, with 40 patterns in sound active mode and o...Read More
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A laser light show your audience won't forget!
The Chauvet LG-20 Scorpion G 4.95mW green laser features automatic, sound active, and master/slave modes, with 40 patterns in sound active mode and over 50 patterns in manual and auto modes. Linkable laser also features pattern and speed knob for automatic mode. Includes AC adapter and linking cable.
All Chauvet lasers comply with FDA safety regulations.
- 4.95mW green laser
- FDA compliant
- Operating modes: automatic, sound active, master/slave
- 40 patterns in sound active mode
- Over 50 patterns in manual and auto modes
- Linkable laser
- Pattern and speed knob for automatic mode
- Includes AC adapter & linking cable
- Rugged construction
Get the sought-after green laser effect today!
LG-20 Scorpion G Laser Lighting
- Laser: 532nm/4.95mW green laser diode
Current draw: (peak 8W @ 120V), (peak 8W @ 230V)
Power: g 12V DC adapter
Weight: 4 lbs. (1.81kg)
Size: 7.1" x 6.7" x 5.1"
(180 x 170 x 130mm)
Reviewed by 3 customers
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I recently got this laser as a replacement for another chauvet product that could not be repaired by warranty. I have to say, it blew my mind. The laser starts out rather dim, but once it gets warm it looks amazing. You can run a direct line into it so it will go to your music without using the microphone. It looks best with fog, and puts on quite a show if you have some good background fog for it. Overall I would say its a very nice laser.
This is one of the more economical green lasers, has some good patterns in manual mode. Well built, all manual adjustments are easy to get to. It's bright due to the eyes sensitivity to green light. If you need a good basic green laser that will respond to music or run manually and has some good patterns look no further. If you need something with more versatility - features look further. Such as a multi color laser (expensive!) would be a step up or one with filled patterns or maybe even text.
I pulled it out of the box, plugged it in, and started fiddlin' with the knobs. And, made some pretty cool effects! Needless to say, it's a snap to use. Even a drunken Monkey could operate this Laser. When sound activated, it works quite exquisitely. Expect to put quite a bit of distance between the Laser and the object you wish to project the effect on. Other than that, I see no real problem with this particular product.