Stage Right Flexible LED Music Light for Phantom Powered XLR Ports
    Product # 603350
    Stage Right Flexible LED Music Light for Phantom Powered XLR Ports
    Product # 603350
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    Stage Right Flexible LED Music Light for Phantom Powered XLR Ports

    Stop getting lost in the dark looking for ports or switches on your studio equipment with this Flexible LED Music Light from Monoprice!

    This music light is for phantom powered XLR ports. It features eight long lasting LEDs and shines brighter than traditional incandescent lighting. The light is attached to an 11" flexible gooseneck which makes it ideal for any space or scenario. It has male XLR pins so it requires a phantom powered Female XLR port.

    4.5 / 5.0
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    Perfect for my needs
    The only outboard controls on a DL1608 digital mixer, are the input gains, and headphone volume pot. The channel numbers are very small, and to make matters worse, it's under my keyboard midi controller on my recording desk. This light is bright enough to see the numbers. It's not long enough for my VLVZ 1608, but I recommend it to anyone who has a similar issue to mine.

    PROS: Works perfect for lighting the gain pots on my DL1608
    April 7, 2015
    Response from Monoprice
    I haven't been using this XLR Phantom power light while recording through the mixer until today. Playback was completely distorted, and after checking all the settings, could'nt find the culprit. I turned off phantom power, and the distortion was gone. I hope my previous review I had submitted didn't cause others any grief. I had read another user's reviw that it used too many mA for most mixers, but had already purchased it.
    November 18, 2016
    Monoprice Administrator M
    5/5
    5/5

    PROS: Very solid, good ouput, perfect to be used on a lectern.

    CONS: CAN'T BE USED ON A MIXER AND POWERED BY THE PHANTOM POWER.



    July 9, 2014
    Exactly What I Was Looking For!
    This is exactly what I was looking for. I have a Studiomaster Trilogy 206 mixing console that does not have a dedicated lamp socket. In the past I always had to use either a flashlight or rig a light up and mount it to my effects rack so I could see the board while running sound for live bands. This LED gooseneck unit plugs right into any unused microphone XLR jack that has phantom power, and lights up quite nicely. The fixture is very well made, and has some "heft" to it. Very nice! The light is not super bright, but it's just enough and is not distracting. One of the other reviews mentioned it is a very narrow "spot" beam, which is true if you have the lamp down close to the board. If you raise it up and aim it right, the beam spreads out much further and covers a wider area. That review also said that the light would dim as you plug in more phantom powered mics/devices - but I have not experienced that. The light has stayed consistent while I have used it. Most full sized consoles always have two lamps, so I ordered two of these since I always have at least two avaialble XLR jacks. With two of these, the entire board is lit up just as well as any other console that comes factory equipped with lamps. These are priced low enough that ordering two was a no brainer compared to other similar units out there that don't work off phantom power. Here is a link to a pciture, although it does not do the lamps full justice. The area covered is much better than what my photo depicts: http://i554.photobucket.com/albums/jj401/stiles72/IMG_20141201_094314468_zps91ec38dd.jpg

    PROS: Well Built, Not Flimsy, Easy To Use, Adequete Light, Uses any Standard Mic XLR Jack Equipped with Phantom Power

    CONS: None!
    December 1, 2014
    Can't get any better
    LED light came as promised (a day earlier than projected) had gotten a light from a local guitar store that said it would work and it didn't. Read he stats on Monoprice and sure enough works with my board. A good product, good price along with good research and customer service!!!! Cant beat it.

    PROS: Easy to order, shipping was one day ahead of time, the product is great quality especially for the price.

    CONS: Too many items at Monoprice at great prices. The wife is going to ban me from this place.
    July 10, 2014
    EXCELLENT PRODUCT
    Light is very useful in a dimly lite venue. It lights up my Yamaha board very nicely. Something I've been searching for the last few months.

    Would recommend this product to all live sound users

    PROS: .easy to use and store

    very bright and covers area well



    CONS: none
    July 10, 2014
    Do not power via phantom power
    I purchased this to use on a lighting console. Unfortunately the wiring is not correct for the standard used with lighting/audio consoles. I created my own adapter to use this with a lighting console to get it to work. At about 16" above the console, it makes a 6" round bright spot of light, with no spill. Basically anything outside this spot is not lit up. This doesn't work well for large consoles as you will have bright spots next to darkness. If the light was more of a flood pattern this wouldn't be so bad, but is difficult on the eyes in this situation.



    Next I tested it with powering the light by phantom power. There are some things you should know about phantom power: the quality of the transformer in the mixer determines current therefore affected light output. Unfortunately, most mixers have a basic transformer that doesn't provide much current (more on that later). Low current equals low light output. On lower-end to mid-range mixers, they don't provide enough current to power the light above a faint glow. In short...useless.

    I tried it on a high end mixer and the output was much improved but I don't know how it would have affected the amount of power to the other outputs to power your microphones.



    Here is the kicker. This light uses about 100mA of power. While not much, phantom power is only rated for 14mA. This light severely overloads the phantom power transformers and will burn them out. If you have other devices requiring phantom power, this light will sap up the available current.



    Good idea guys, but poorly executed.

    PROS: Durable, Price, Bright (in certain circumstances)

    CONS: Light requires way more power than XLR Phantom power is designed to provide. Light output is spot only, not flood. Does not conform to standard XLR console power socket wiring.
    April 14, 2014
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