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Chauvet Obey 4
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Chauvet Obey 4
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Ducasso Ducasso

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Publié le 07/31/12 à 04:20
Small 4x4 DMX channels for PAR and LED bar RGB and RGBW can operate in three or four channels.

Little, unfortunately, not in 19 ", but it has its advantages, it fits everywhere, handy when you arrive in a room where you can not let a half square meter for every pose.

The big advantage, plus the ability to control RGB and RGBW projos is that you can independently control four lights or groups of projectors 3 or 4 channels. Eg marriage or another, I like to illuminate the walls of the room (uplighting) with slow color fades, the dance floor with melted faster and jerky, and allow a fixed color of the governed. This console can do it all at the same time.

Several modes: macro, different AutoFades (very fluid), RBGW. There is also a musical mode. The knob span seems fragile, so it never takes a shock, I'm afraid he does not take long. I forgot, unlike other controllers, the dimmer is active regardless of the mode of operation.

The downside: the front panel LEDs are very bright, annoying limits in complete darkness.

In short, this small console makes me good service on benefits small and medium. Of course it does not offer all the possibilities of a true DMX projos if you can work in more than four channels, however, the preprogrammed chases but still adjustable (fade time etc) are very convenient, it saves huge time. I will test soon in theater. To see ...
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