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American DJ has introduced two new LED-powered DMX moving heads, the Vizi LED Spot and Vizi Wash LED 108.

The Vizi LED Spot utilizes a 22W LED source (6,500K, 50,000-hour) to project brilliant colors, gobos and prism effects onto walls, floors and stages, while consuming 88W of electricity. The Vizi Wash LED 108 contains 36 3W LEDs (12 each red, green and blue), also rated at 50,000 hours.

Each fixture weighs 20 lbs.; the Vizi LED Spot is 12"L x 16.5"W x 8.5", while the Vizi Wash LED 108 measures 12.25"L x 9"W x 14.5"H.

Check out this video to see the Vizi LED Spot in action:



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The MSRP of the Vizi LED Spot is $1,199.95. The MSRP of the Vizi Wash LED 108 is $1,299.95.

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