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    Stage Right by Monoprice Orchestra Light for Sheet Music Stand
    Product # 603320
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    Carrying case recommendations? I realize this doesn't come with a carrying case; has anyone bought a hard- or softshell case that fits this light and adapter well?
    Ben A on May 10, 2018
    BEST ANSWER: Our model # 12679 is a little big. You could put a couple of lights in it. For $17 could be worth it.
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    4.7 / 5.0
    19 Reviews
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    Get two for your grand piano and illuminate 4 pages of music at once !
    I hate unnecessary page turning and wanted a reasonably priced light for my grand piano that would illuminate the entire music desk. I found that two of these lamps placed side by side, did just that.
    Effectively, they illuminate 4 pages of music.

    PROS: The light stays in place , it is easy to turn on and off and does not flicker.
    Battery power or plugging the light in to an AC socket (I use the second option)
    It turns on immediately and does not get hot
    It is lightweight, has a flexible goose neck and the clip makes it easy to move

    CONS: The light is a little cold - but I got used to it..
    One lamp will only light up two pages of music. If you want to illuminate more pages, you will need to get two lamps. Even so, they are still much more reasonable than other grand piano lamps.
    January 6, 2016
    I bought these for my pit orchestra. They are much larger than I realized which is perfect for getting a lot of light on the music stand. The musicians were extremely pleased.
    May 8, 2017
    1 year ago
    An excellent light, terrific value
    I have long relied on a competing light, very similar, that costs twice what this one costs. The other light (we'll call it Light X) comes with a carrying bag but is otherwise equipped the same way. I bought this one because the price was low and I needed a second light. I have since used it professionally in various settings, and it has been perfect. The LEDs produce light is "bluer" (less warm) than those in Light X, but this makes no difference to me. If anything, this appears to be slightly brighter than Light X, and I don't miss the carrying bag. Presumably the LEDs will last a long time, so this is an excellent product and a great deal.

    PROS: Bright, certainly bright enough orchestra or pit work. Lightweight, runs on batteries or AC power. Gooseneck and stand clip work fine. Very low cost compared to competing products.

    CONS: None for me.
    May 22, 2015
    Perfect for Piano
    excellent for orch. pit and concerts

    PROS: Bright at two levels, power cord or batteries, strong clip

    CONS: none
    November 11, 2014
    Another Successful Purchase From Monoprice
    Here is what I have written in several locations on Facebook:

    I've often touted the website Monoprice.com because of their amazing variety of electronic related items, their great service and their low prices, but every once in awhile I am surprised by an item that I pick up from them.

    Because I have a home studio, I use a music stand behind the mic. For years I had a somewhat inferior orchestra light on the stand. As one ages and your eyes change this became more of a problem.

    A couple of weeks ago, I was looking around Monoprice's site for some unrelated items and I came across an orchestra light that was LED and only $25. I decided that at that price, even if it was a piece of crap, the price was right to take a chance on it. Well it showed up, and I was completely stunned at the brightness, quality and as an added bonus, because it's LED, it doesn't get hot like my previous light.

    For what I'm getting, I would have agreed to pay twice as much. It's just the latest example of an online retailer that I just can't do without. And no, this testimonial is totally unsolicited and I'm getting squat out of it from Monoprice. I just like their stuff and the way they do business.

    PROS: It's lightweight, gives great light, and is far superior to my previous light that wasn't LED. My previous light got very hot, a situation that's not a problem with this one.

    Since I'm not travelling with it, I don't need it to be battery operated, but for those who do travel I'm assuming being AC/DC is a bonus

    CONS: Writing a con, would just be picky on my part. If anything, perhaps the light could be a little longer for a bigger throw, but again, that's being picky
    August 13, 2015
    Light you can count on
    This lamp is bright enough to add all the light I need to read sheet music on the low setting, even if the room is completely dark otherwise. I'd probably prefer it on high most of the time, though. The light's color Kelvin temperature is probably a little higher than some prefer (cool white). It's definitely not warm white.

    I measured the current draw on high and got about 255 mA. On low, it's about 124 mA. So if you use 2000 mAh rechargeable batteries, expect about 7.5 hours on high, or up to 16 hours on low before needing to recharge the batteries.

    I measured off-state current draw and got 20 nA. If that's correct, it will never drain your batteries down when off. They will expire just as fast on the shelf, not connected to anything.

    If the design goal was to make a reliable, functional, long battery life product, they definitely hit the goals. There aren't any fancy features like USB charging or variable dimming. But what you do get looks like it'll last until it's obsolete.

    PROS: Long battery life: 7.5 or 16 hours.

    Cool running charger: runs about 20 F above ambient. It won't get hot.

    Quiet bending neck. No creaking when you adjust its angle.

    Run off of AC adapter or three AA batteries.

    Even light dispersion.
    November 23, 2015
    Deos a Good Job.
    I own a Mighty Bright light that I've used for a year now and it works just fine.

    I ordered 2 of these lights wanting to see if the Mighty Bright was worth twice the price.

    Both lights are similar.

    The Mighty Bright seem a bit sturdier, but both are solid.

    Both come with 110v power supplies and both have a off-hi-low power switch. The Monoprice switch cycles you through the sequence of off-high-low-off while the Mighty Bright switch has 3 positions, one for each of those three choices.

    The Monoprice light does not come with a carrying bag as the Mighty Bright does, but it does come with 3 AA batteries the Mighty Bright does not come with.

    I see no major differences between the two lights and will use both of them.

    PROS: Works well, good clamp, bright light, 3 position switch, adjustable gooseneck. Cost.

    CONS: Really none I can think of
    January 7, 2016
    Could be great but falls short
    This had so much promise out of the box but ended up falling short. Bright, wide light with dual power sources and a big clip made this seem like I found the ultimate light Then the problems started to come to light: Poor choice of placing the power switch on top means it easily turns on when you jam this into your gig bag, depleating the battery the clip, while large, needs to be stronger to keep the lamp securely fastened to the stand and lastly, the lamp simply stopped working properly on its second use and would only go into dim mode with batteries only. I had to return it. Would love to replace it if they come out with a revised version that fixes these faults.

    PROS: Bright, wide LED light

    CONS: Power switch can easily be accidentally switched on, weak clip, unit failure requiring return or replacement.
    January 1, 2016
    Great Light
    The Stage Right Orchestra Light does exactly what I needed it to do. It provides light across three pages of music and light from top to bottom. The power supply helps me save on the batteries while I am practicing and they last through multiple performances. It performs as well as or better than lights that cost considerably more.
    April 11, 2018
    7 months ago
    I have no orchestra, but I love this light
    Confession... this light is not being used as an orchestra light. There are three guitars behind my desk, but I haven't played any of them for years, and I never used much sheet music to play them, anyway. This is being used as a monitor fill light. I have two high powered single LED lights on either side of of the monitor on my main computer desk. They make it nice and cozy, but at my age, my vision isn't what it used to be, and I need a bit more light between the two pools of light I already have. This little light does that job perfectly. When it's on, I don't even know it's there... I just have more light for the tasks I perform. When I turn the light on, I can see dust and marks on my monitor screen, but once the screen lights up, there is no longer anything to see... just perfect. I could buy a light for a desk that is this good for anywhere from 40 to over 100 dollars, so this little wonder does my job and if I didn't have the money to pay for it, I could probably dig enough change up from the couch cushions, if I had a couch, to pay for it.

    PROS: Nice bright illumination on the targeted area. In my case, the clamp had a perfect structure to grasp. I consider the two illumination levels to be a plus, but I almost never use the lower one.

    CONS: Even if I sit here and act really picky about it, I can't think of a single complaint. Of course, as much as I like it, I may need to replace it before I'd like, and if that day comes, it would be my only "con" comment.
    March 1, 2015

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