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Stage Right ShowPony 12W LED Derby FX Light (RGBW)
Get wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling coverage in a beautiful kaleidoscope of color. When the house is-a-rockin' don't bother knockin'.Come on in! Immerse the space with bright sharp color beams high powered 3W Red, Green, Blue, and White LEDs. Whether you are new to lighting and need something fun for your basement party room or man cave or you have an elaborate designed lighting show, you can't go wrong with this great looking Derby style FX light for under $40. You'll get a lot of coverage for your money too with 135° beam angle. Go crazy, the minimal current draw, only 0.2A, means you can run up to 75 units on one standard 15A breaker. Set it for stand-alone or sound activated mode for simple plug and play applications or use 6 DMX channels for precise movement and color selection.
Keep in mind that this light is only 3W x 4 colors. In a well-lit room it will be significantly less impressive. It is intended for short throw applications of less than 12 feet.
- Four 3-watt LEDs (1 each of Red, Green, Blue, and White)
- 6-channel DMX control modes
- 10 built-in presets/programs
- Stand-alone and DMX modes
|Light Source||4x 3-watt LEDs (1 each Red, Green, Blue, and White)|
|LED Lifespan||50,000 ~ 100,000|
|Input Power||100 ~ 260 VAC, 50/60 Hz|
|Power Consumption||20 watts|
|Signal Input||3-pin XLR male|
|Signal Output||3-pin XLR female|
|Control Modes||Standalone, Auto, Sound Activated|
|Ingress Protection Rating||IP20|
|Anti-Electricity Intension||> 1.5kV|
|Insulation Resistance||> 2MΩ|
|Dimensions||7.5" x 6.5" x 7.6" (190 x 165 x 193 mm)|
|Weight||2.6 lbs. (1.2kg)|
- User's Manual (Nov 3, 2016)
5 months ago
I will admit it took a little time to figure out how they communicated with the light controller, but it is no doubt my being brand new to lighting and once I flipped through the manual, watched a youtube DMX tutorial or two and played around a bit, I was up and running.
For the price, I have yet to see anything of comparable quality on the market. would recommend this product and what you like or dislike about it.
4 months ago
Pros: Price, price, price.
Cons: Loudish fan. Keep it away from mics and it will be fine, will never hear it in a bar.
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2 months ago
While it cannot compete with the higher-end lighting effects out there today, it certainly delivers a great bang-for-the-buck.
2 months ago