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Author Topic: Making a plan for a lighting upgrade  (Read 11442 times)

Jeremy Young

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Re: Making a plan for a lighting upgrade
« Reply #80 on: May 04, 2019, 04:27:42 pm »

Update: found a good use for some mic stand bags I had, protecting the lenses of the lights during transport while not adding much weight or bulk.  Fit like a glove.

Also picked up some hardware for my e-track that allows me to suspend these t-bars off the ground in my van.  rated at 200lbs max load but overall I'm hanging <50lbs.  The distance off the e-track makes me a bit nervous for bit bumps on the road so I'll probably add some more screws to the e-track to make sure it doesn't peel off the van from the leverage of these but so far I'm quite happy with the results.
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Scott Holtzman

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Re: Making a plan for a lighting upgrade
« Reply #81 on: May 05, 2019, 04:54:37 am »

to keep that comment on topic Scott, how do you transport them?
I have a flat case from Rasha lighting, I forgot what was originally in it.  I can get 12 in it.   I used 6 tonight as uplights on the stage.  They washed it well. 

BTW I know many are interested, this was my second out with the Yamaha DZR's and subjectively they are much less cluttered than than the DSR's (not that the DSR's are bad) the DZR's are superb.

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