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A portable, DMX-512 LED beam effect that creates colorful moonflowers and fireworks to blow up the dance floor.
The Chauvet Vue 3.1 LED Moonflower Effects Light comes with blackout, static, and strobe modes. You have individual control of red, green, and blue LEDs within each of the Vue 3.1 lights numerous clusters.
The Chauvet Vue series is a groundbreaking line of highly portable, DMX-512-controllable LED-fitted beam effect lights. The Vue 3.1 offers automated and sound-activated programs using DMX. The light's adjustable hanging bracket has sliding side rails. The Chauvet Vue 3.1 LED Moonflower's internal sensor and autoswitching feature automatically adjust to the proper voltage.
Enhance the environment of your next gig when you buy the Vue 3.1 and moonflowers burst like fireworks rotating across the dance floor.
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Comments about Chauvet Vue 3.1 LED Moonflower Effects Light:
Bright light, fills up a lot of space. Built in chases are all nice, some pretty spectacular. Some of them you could also just about use in place of a wash while still projecting patterns on the wall, which could be handy.The controls are fairly intuitive, although the manual is sparse. I went through all the programs with a note pad in order to categorize them. It would be cool if the programs had names displayed on the readout, a la Digitech guitar processors. The real problem for me is that the controls are attached to the back of the unit. As a DJ and a non-DMX guy, I'd love it if this had a dedicated remote unit incorporating the controls and preferably the readout from the back. As it is now, I'd almost have to hire a separate operator to use more than one of the built-in chase patterns and otherwise fully utilize the controls, because I don't keep my lights at arms length and they also have to be aimed, which can make getting to the controls and seeing the readout even harder. Also, the sound active mode seems to mostly do the same thing (grow "flowers") no matter what program you're on. I'd rather see the program execute just as though sound active was off, except in time to the music. Personally, I've messed with DMX, but I've found it hard to learn, while any reasonable controller takes up more space and involves more wiring. At my level, I'd much rather have one or two of my fancier lights have remote controls beyond my old on-off switching strip, so I can concentrate on DJ'ing while still having some control over the lights, but keeping them on an intuitive level. Also, I liked the shape of the old square VUE III (but prefer the controls on the 3.1 to the old dipswitches), as it was easier to set on a flat surface. This one is smaller, which is handy, but it's still a little heavy for my fairly basic lighting tree, so a nice firm base would be nice. One other nice feature of the old model was that you could let auto-run all of the built-in programs consecutively.