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Omnisistem LED PAR64 PRO
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Save money without skimping on power and color with the OmniSistem LED PAR64 PRO effect light. It has 151 LED lights (51 red, 51 green, 49 blue, 10mm...Click To Read More About This Product
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Save money without skimping on power and color with the OmniSistem LED PAR64 PRO effect light. It has 151 LED lights (51 red, 51 green, 49 blue, 10mm each), and with RGB color mixing, you can create up to 16.7 million colors, and includes dimming and strobe effects as well. The LED PAR64 PRO effect light can work via DMX-512 (4 channels), stand alone (sound active, auto), or in master/slave mode. Amazingly enough, thanks to LED technology, it only uses 18W of power, so you can leave this DMX light running all night and not worry about your electricity bills later.
- LED count: 151 LED lights (51 red, 51 green, 49 blue)
- LED size: 10mm
- Connectors: 3-pin XLR connectors
- Average rated LED life: 100,000 Hrs
- Colors: RGB color mixing for up to 16.7 million colors
- Very low power consumption
- Includes hanging bracket with base
- Control: DMX-512 (4 channels), stand alone (sound active, auto), master/slave
- Power: 117V/60Hz
- Power consumption: 18W
- LED rated wattage: 0.2W
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Comments about OmniSistem LED PAR64 PRO:
Being new to DMX LED lighting, I purchased one of each PAR 64 cans available on musician's friend.This has pretty good 1W lighting and is reliable, but the 4 channel is a handicap when Chauvet lights and American DJ's in the same price offer 6 and 7 channel capabilities. If you programming in MIDI, then it's no biggie, but if you want to let the lights wander on pre-programming, get at least 6 channels.