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American DJ Micro Galaxian Laser

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  • American DJ Micro Galaxian Laser

    Has anyone ever used one of these in a band setting? One club we play up north here has one as part of their house lights, and its nice, I like it and have considered buying one as they are a decent price. Any one out there have any experience?

     

    Thanks!


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    It would be nice if there was DMX control.
    NO SIGNATURE FOR YOU!!

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    • AlmostThereMaine
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      FOr my application, i can get away with sound active and the remote to be blackout, was just wondering. Ive got 2 fixtures in mind, one being Chauvets 4play, or a micro galaxian.


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    AlmostThereMaine wrote:

    Has anyone ever used one of these in a band setting? One club we play up north here has one as part of their house lights, and its nice, I like it and have considered buying one as they are a decent price. Any one out there have any experience?

     

    Thanks!


    I have two in my lighting rig.  I usually use one up high in front, pointing down at the dance floor, and the second one pointing at the back wall or ceiling.  The only issue is, they are not super bright, but for the money, they do a decent job.  As someone else said, they would work better with haze.  The wireless remote control does work well, and you can quickly change patterns, turn on/off etc.  If you want an entry-level laser at an inexpensive price, they would be a good choice.  Just don't expect them to be highly visible in rooms that are not darkened, or unless you use them with a hazer. 

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    • AlmostThereMaine
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      Im actually leading twords the 4play i think. Get one to start, maybe a second one for the other half of truss, still just as easy, and provide a bit of eye candy for the fans.



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