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Author Topic: Who makes a decent spot?  (Read 1325 times)

John Fruits

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Re: Who makes a decent spot?
« Reply #10 on: January 17, 2020, 05:14:33 pm »

Here is info on the Altman AFS-500 followspot:
https://www.altmanlighting.com/product/afs500/
At ColtrolBooth @gafftaper reported on it in his NAMM report (post #2).
Altman also makes a higher power LED spot, the AFS-700.
Also check out post #4 for a wonderful instrument cable.  (It's gigglelicious)
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Re: Who makes a decent spot?
« Reply #11 on: February 03, 2020, 07:43:09 pm »

I would like to add a small spotlight to some outdoor shows. It would ideally be 120 Edison . What's out there? Thanks for your time..

Whats the throw distance, max and min beam sizes, and needed Foot Lamberts of illumination?  More importantly, what's your budget?
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Re: Who makes a decent spot?
« Reply #12 on: February 13, 2020, 01:27:14 am »

Whats the throw distance, max and min beam sizes, and needed Foot Lamberts of illumination?  More importantly, what's your budget?

Just saw this post and made it to the bottom of the first page and wondered why nobody asked the requirements of the follow spot like they always ask when someone has a speaker application question. We used to have Lycian 1238s that fit on a single 120V Edison but so do our Lycian 1275 1200watt arc based. One is good for small clubs and the other will do moderate theaters. Its all in the application.
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