Powered by 15 watts of LED power, this sound-active effect shoots out bright red, green, and blue rotating beams from 19 lenses to cover an entire dancefloor or other large area.
Containing 1 x 5W red LED, 1 x 5W green LED and 1 x 5W blue LED (15 watts total), the LED Quest projects saturated colored beams. Its LED power, along with its 130° beam angle and 19 lenses, produce a "torrent of beams that move and rotate to the beat of the music." It also includes a strobe effect.
You can link multiple LED Quest units together Master/Slave via XLR cable for a synchronized light show over a larger area. With its LEDs rated at 50,000 hours, the unit consumes 20W of power maximum.
The LED Quest comes with a hanging bracket and features multi-voltage operation - AC 100-240V, 50-60Hz. For an effect that covers such a large area, it is lightweight (9 lbs.) and compact (18.25"L x 12.25"W x 12.25"H).
The LED Quest has an MSRP of just $229.95.
See the LED Quest in action:
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