Even more NAMM 2012

Here we have even more good stuff.


Chauvet have been around for a while and are producing some nice, interesting gear. It is at affordable prices and is a much better than many of those nasty chinese online LED fixtures.

There are new additions to the Intimidator™ family of scanners and moving heads as well as the Scorpion™ family of high-powered lasers. Headliners such as battery operated Freedom™ Par  and Freedom™ Strip Mini , Nimbus™  dry ice machine, LFS-5  LED framing spot, SlimPAR™ Tri 7 IRC and SlimPAR™ 12 IRC wash lights and Impulse™ 648
strobe light will be on display.

The Freedom™ series is comprised of two fixtures designed to liberate mobile entertainers from the hassle of tangled power cords.
Freedom™ Par  is a PAR can-style wash light with a manually adjustable LED array that houses 198 5mm RGB LEDs while Freedom™ Strip Minil is a linear wash light powered by 192 5mm RGB LEDs. Both include a lightweight and rechargeable lithium-ion battery that provides up to eight hours of power and D-Fi™2.4GHz  that acts as a transmitter or receiver to run wireless DMX at any event. Control is also available using the optional IRC remote for easy, point-and-shoot operation.

LFS-5  is a portable, framing spotlight that comes with four popular gobos to complement a variety of events, or create customized looks by designing and printing gobos on transparency film. Powered by a 23-watt white LED, this compact and lightweight fixture includes an adjustable zoom to allow for variations in projection size, a separate focus adjustment to create a soft or hard edge and a single gobo slot to project crisp patterns. Internalframing shutters precisely size and mask light off unwanted surfaces and a removable gel frame allows nearly any color to be projected.

SlimPAR™ Tri 7 IRC and SlimPAR™ Tri 12 IRC  are low profile, high-power LED wash lights ideal for wash light applications. Tricolored LEDs make this the perfect front light by eliminating multicolored shadows and providing a smooth, even output. The optional infrared remote control (IRC) allows simple operation and eliminates the hassle of programming. With a 100 percent convection cooling system, there is no fan noise to distract the audience.


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