An older project for me now, this was a good test bed for ideas but ultimately I decided not to pursue it further. I suppose the heady dream of any electronics nerd into studio equipment is a completely custom mixing console. Considering how cheap consoles are now there is really no point other than hubris, […]
If you’re like us, you’ve spent a lot of time thinking and worrying about cables. Whether we’re stocking up on extra IECs for our Pioneer CDJs, XLRs for our studio monitors, or RCAs for our mixer; we don’t think you can ever be over-prepared with cables. Not all cables are created equal, however, and we’ve had […]
Kilpatrick Audio shared this video demo of their new Redox reverb, originally introduced at the 2018 NAMM Show.
Situated in the heart of Stokes Croft, The Crofters Rights has an ever-changing list of 17 keg and cask, draught beers and ciders. Ray’s Neapolitan- style pizzas are served every day and the back room hosts everything from punk gigs to storytelling, comedy to experimental noise. Capacity // Back Room 100 (you can sell no […]
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Amhaze Whisper is an ideal haze machine for use in television studios and theatrical productions where discreet operation and rapid heat up time are key. The speed of the fan is controllable and the volume of haze is fully adjustable up to a maximum of 7,000 cfm.
Synapse 4 functions as an intelligent relay pack to control the power sent to individual lighting units. Synapse 4 can de-power entire sections of an installation, which prolongs the lifespan of lighting fixtures and decreases overall power consumption, saving energy and money. Rack, truss or wall mountable, Synapse 4 also offers flexible options to control its four outputs: 1) via DMX; 2) upon sensing the loss of the DMX signal; 3) via an internal scheduler that can be used to specify that individual outputs be turned on/off. As an added convenience, a 4-port DMX opto-isolator allows users to easily branch their DMX universe in multiple directions and amplify the signal after a long cable run.
Colorado Batten 72 Tour is a class leading batten-style wash light powered by 72 calibrated red, green, blue, white and amber LEDs. The incorporation of white and amber LEDs affords superb color rendering and a vast palette from soft pastels to saturated hues. Its 16-bit dimming capability as well as five selectable dimming curves provide smooth fades and facilitates its incorporation into aging traditional rigs. Integrated trunnions accommodate clamps for vertical or horizontal hanging.
Ovation B-2805FC is the first batten-style fixture to take advantage of the extended color capabilities of the RGBA-Lime color mixing system. Control is easier than ever thanks to the incorporation of RDM, Art-Net™ and sACN in addition to standard DMX control. For maximum flexibility, up to 10 sections can be controlled individually while its easily accessible Virtual Color Wheel and Color Temperature presets make programming a
breeze. An included holographic filter locks into place for enhanced wall/cyc grazing ability.
I only came upon this Klotz DI44 a few days back and I was thinking to myself that something like this was long overdue. Imagine a cross between a snake cable and a DI box. That is what this thing is. You can have something like this Radial ProD8 and have a whole slew of […]
With PowerLight switch mode power supply, 2500 watts per channel into 4 ohms and super-efficient class D topology, the PL380 is ideal for live sound / production applications.
Data Connectors: 3- and 5-pin XLR
DMX Channels: 15 or 19
Dimensions: 282 x 360 x 445 mm
Light Source: Osram Sirius 132 W HRI lamp, 9200 K
Colour Temperature (at full): 8000 K
Beam Angle: 1? / Field Angle: 2?
Illuminance (total): 78,700 lux @ 15 m
Strobe Rate: 0 to 20 Hz
Pan and Tilt: 540?/270?
Pan and Tilt Ranges: 180?, 360?, 540? pan/90?, 180?, 270? tilt
Colours: 14 + white, split colours, continuous scroll at variable speeds
Gobos : 17 + open (17 metal), continuous scroll at variable speeds
Motorized: Dimmer, Focus & Shutter/Strobe
Prism (1): 5 Facets, motorized, rotating
Prism (2): 8 Facets, motorized, rotating
Move in Black: Yes
Modes/Personalities: 2 personalities (15, 19)
Power and Current: 265 W, 1.1 A @ 230 V, 50 Hz
Power Connection: Neutrik powerCON
Weight: 17.6 kg
DMX Channels: 16 or 19
Data Connectors: 3- and 5-pin XLR
Light Source: 1 LED (CW) 140 W, (6 A), 8250 K, 50,000 hours life expectancy
Pan and Tilt: 540 degree/250 degree
Pan and Tilt Ranges: 180 degree, 360 degree, 540 degree pan/90 degree, 180 degree, 250 degree tilt
Automatic Pan/Tilt Correction: Yes
Colors: 7 + white, split colors, continuous scroll at variable speeds
Gobos (1): 7 + open (7 metal), rotating, interchangeable, indexing, slot-n-lock, continuous scroll at variable speeds
Gobos (2): 8 + open (8 metal), continuous scroll at variable speeds
Gobo Size: Gobo Wheel 1 (rotating): Position 1, 2, 3, 4, and 7 metal size: 26.9 mm (outside), 22.5 mm (image), 0.5 mm (max. thickness)
Gobo Size: Gobo Wheel 1 (rotating): Position 5 and 6 glass size: 25 mm (outside), 23 mm (image), 0.53 mm (max thickness)
Prism: 3 Facets, motorized, rotating
Strobe Rate: 0 to 22 Hz
PWM Frequency: 1,470 Hz
Beam Angle: 16.5 degree
Illuminance (total): 2,619 lux @ 5 m
Color Temperature (at full): 8500 K
IP Rating: IP20, dry location
Cable Length: 1.5 m
Power Connection: Local plug to Neutrik powerCON
Power Input: Neutrik powerCON
Power Output: Neutrik powerCON
Power Linking: 13 units @ 230 V
Input Voltage: 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz (auto-ranging)
Power and Current: 220 W, 1.0 A @ 230 V, 50 Hz
Weight (single unit): 16.3 kg
Dimensions (single unit): 282 x 360 x 447 mm