I echo what James said. No-name LED fixtures from ebay tend to be very glitchy and unreliable. A lot of members on here recommend Blizzard Lighting as a provider of inexpensive yet reliable LED units. I'd even say try American DJ or Chauvet before you try these. At least you'd be able to get technical support and a real warranty with them if something does go wrong. How big of a stage or venue are you trying to light? I know it's tempting to buy the cheapest thing you can to get buy until you can afford to spend more (and that's a whole discussion in itself), but you'd honestly be better off spending a little more cash to get a much better unit. I'd recon a pair of good LED pars can easily out shine that kit of 8 on ebay and will be more reliable while doing it! Just my thoughts... Hope this helps!
You take your chances with the fixtures, but they could be a good value for your application. What will you use for a controller? This should be a priority if you are going to train someone to run your lights.
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