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Kirby Yarbrough:
Since the LS9-16 doesn't have a socket for a console gooseneck light, what do you recommend?

Ned Ward:
This one that Nimrod made, from the older site:
http://srforums.prosoundweb.com/index.php/mv/msg/59576/0/0/0/

Do not use a USB gooseneck lamp.

Jordan Wolf:

--- Quote from: Kirby Yarbrough on May 09, 2011, 09:53:28 PM ---Since the LS9-16 doesn't have a socket for a console gooseneck light, what do you recommend?

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Kirby,

You might want to look at Mighty Bright's Orchestra Light.  I haven't used that one in particular, but the dual-head version of their stand light works great (on batteries or plug-in power).  I'd imagine a bar of LEDs would be great for area lighting. 

I'd be inclined to put some magnetic tape or Velcro on the bottom of the clip/base and use that to secure the light to the console.

Dan Richardson:

--- Quote from: Kirby Yarbrough on May 09, 2011, 09:53:28 PM ---Since the LS9-16 doesn't have a socket for a console gooseneck light, what do you recommend?

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The Mighty Bright Duet2 clips right on the LS9-16 display bridge.
Costs about $25 with an AC adapter.
There's lenses in front of the LEDs, so the dispersion is excellent.
There are two LEDs in each head, switchable, for two brightness settings.
http://www.amazon.com/Mighty-Bright-Duet2-L-E-D-Black/dp/B001AH83UG

Nate Conti:

--- Quote from: Kirby Yarbrough on May 09, 2011, 09:53:28 PM ---Since the LS9-16 doesn't have a socket for a console gooseneck light, what do you recommend?

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