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Chauvet Q-Spot 160-LED
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Chauvet Q-Spot 160-LED

Moving Head from Chauvet .

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sansphilsansphil

difficult beginning

Chauvet Q-Spot 160-LEDPublished on 10/21/12 at 04:16
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it for 1 week.
Ok for automation but the interest is still using the DMX mode.
Instructions in English, but available in French on the net.
In automatic mode, everything is ok. I think it all moves a lot in every sense but that works.
Mode control with DMX console, it is rather hassle.
I just managed to move in all directions with a console Chauvey but obey three light issue is total darkness.

good value for money, but I expect to have a bit of experience to be more critical and more conciliatory.
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Light-Sono-LandLight-Sono-Land

Not bad

Chauvet Q-Spot 160-LEDPublished on 05/03/12 at 09:33
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
How long you use it?

I use it for 5 months.

What is so special that you love the most, least?

+ Lightweight (about 6kg)
+ Compact
Rotating gobos +
+ Colours successful
- The gobo rotation is very noisy
- The prism is static
- Manual Focus
- For slow movements, drops ... They will be jerky

How would you rate the quality / price?

This is a lyre to 450 Euros, no more, no less.

With experience, you do again this choice?

Yes. Well, it depends what for. For the mobile disco, I think so but hey, for other prestas, concerts and everything, I do not think.


I give 6/10 because of the horrible slow movements, rotating gobos and prism loud static. …
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How long you use it?

I use it for 5 months.

What is so special that you love the most, least?

+ Lightweight (about 6kg)
+ Compact
Rotating gobos +
+ Colours successful
- The gobo rotation is very noisy
- The prism is static
- Manual Focus
- For slow movements, drops ... They will be jerky

How would you rate the quality / price?

This is a lyre to 450 Euros, no more, no less.

With experience, you do again this choice?

Yes. Well, it depends what for. For the mobile disco, I think so but hey, for other prestas, concerts and everything, I do not think.


I give 6/10 because of the horrible slow movements, rotating gobos and prism loud static.
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  • Manufacturer: Chauvet
  • Model: Q-Spot 160-LED
  • Category: Moving Heads
  • Added in our database on: 07/23/2010

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