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Nathan Riddle

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Re: What's the new hotness in Hazers?
« Reply #10 on: December 15, 2019, 05:02:30 pm »

Radiance is impossible to break. I have a friend who runs tap water through his (makes his own juice). He just cleans the heater block every few months.


That said, I hate the look of water based haze.

https://resources.faithchapel.cc/blogs/ultratec_radiance_vs_mdg_atmosphere

It honestly sounds like a dmx issue with the unit, could probably repair the dmx chip.
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Re: What's the new hotness in Hazers?
« Reply #11 on: December 16, 2019, 12:13:01 pm »

Radiance is impossible to break. I have a friend who runs tap water through his (makes his own juice). He just cleans the heater block every few months.


That said, I hate the look of water based haze.

https://resources.faithchapel.cc/blogs/ultratec_radiance_vs_mdg_atmosphere

It honestly sounds like a dmx issue with the unit, could probably repair the dmx chip.


I wish I could but its NLA from Antari.
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Re: What's the new hotness in Hazers?
« Reply #12 on: December 31, 2019, 11:12:11 am »

I just listed a Radiance in the Marketplace.  It's also on Facebook if you're into that.  It's about 8 years old, but still works great.  Will be using it tonight for the last time.  We're selling all of our production equipment.  Terry

My Antari X310 has reached the point where it is unusable. Weirdly it still works fine on manual, but trying to use it on DMX is impossible. At 100% full it only spits out 5-10% of what it does on manual control. And it is wildly inconsistent at that. Sometimes it will be 0. Sometimes it will puff out a thick little cloud.

Anyway. it doesn't give me a fine controllable haze which is what I need. I''m thinking next years budget will include a new hazer.



So what is out there that works well now? This thing will get used once a week, every week, and for holidays like right now at our Christmas show.





P.S. before you ask, it's not a problem with the desk. It does this on any DMX desk. Tried several.
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Re: What's the new hotness in Hazers?
« Reply #13 on: January 17, 2020, 12:18:12 pm »

My Antari X310 has reached the point where it is unusable. Weirdly it still works fine on manual, but trying to use it on DMX is impossible. At 100% full it only spits out 5-10% of what it does on manual control. And it is wildly inconsistent at that. Sometimes it will be 0. Sometimes it will puff out a thick little cloud.

Anyway. it doesn't give me a fine controllable haze which is what I need. I''m thinking next years budget will include a new hazer.



So what is out there that works well now? This thing will get used once a week, every week, and for holidays like right now at our Christmas show.





P.S. before you ask, it's not a problem with the desk. It does this on any DMX desk. Tried several.
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