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tim mcallister

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Re: LED Shootout....The beginning
« Reply #30 on: March 12, 2007, 03:57:44 pm »

Craig

many many kudos for your effort and work here.

I would sure like to see the elation opti LED included/evaluated, simply because IMHO (With all due respect to those who find the sub $200 LED offerings acceptable) it is the minimum I would expect for a useable light.

I owned both the ADJ and Chauvet LEDs and sold them off to buy the opti LEDs.


of course, its easy for me to sit here and tell YOU to go buy more lights Smile
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Re: LED Shootout....The beginning
« Reply #31 on: March 12, 2007, 04:10:39 pm »

it would also be great to hear comments (from ANYONE) about the new ADJ P64 LED PRO with 61 1/2 watt LEDs.

Wondering how it matches up to the 24 1 watt LEDs the elation opti LED uses.

again, I am bring up the opti and the ADJ P64 pro as they are in the "cheaper" range when compared to the color kinetics, etc.

again Craig, thanks thanks thanks thanks thanks for your efforts!
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Re: LED Shootout....The beginning
« Reply #32 on: March 12, 2007, 04:40:52 pm »

Tim, I haven't seen one of the ADJ 64LED Pro's yet, but according to the specs they have 181 10mm LED's. Is this the fixture you're asking about, or is there another unit that I haven't heard about? Certainly a major $$ differnce (50%), so I would assume there is also a significant difference in performance.
I do like the fact that they will run in 3-channel mode.
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tim mcallister

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Re: LED Shootout....The beginning
« Reply #33 on: March 12, 2007, 06:42:05 pm »

Duane Massey wrote on Mon, 12 March 2007 20:40

Tim, I haven't seen one of the ADJ 64LED Pro's yet, but according to the specs they have 181 10mm LED's. Is this the fixture you're asking about, or is there another unit that I haven't heard about? Certainly a major $$ differnce (50%), so I would assume there is also a significant difference in performance.
I do like the fact that they will run in 3-channel mode.



Uggg.  It gets frustrating with the minimal/non existent details on these fixtures (not your fault)  Smile

centerstage lighting lists the specs here
http://www.centerstagelighting.com/cgi-bin/online/webapi.cgi ?sc=010&pid=p64ledpro&mt=1

As:

•         61 1/2-Watt LEDs (19x red, 21x green, 21x blue)
•       3 operational modes: fully operational DMX mode, sound activation, auto mode
•       3 button digital DMX display
•       30 degree beam angle
•       LED Advantages: long life bulbs, low power consumption, low heat
•       smooth color scrolling
•       color strobe effect
•       Electronic dimming: 0-100%
•       DMX Channels: 7
•       Dimensions: 11.5" x 10.5" x 13.5"
•       Weight: 5 lbs

This states 61 1/2 watt LEDs, not 181 10mm LEDs.


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Re: LED Shootout....The beginning
« Reply #34 on: March 12, 2007, 07:12:11 pm »

tim mcallister wrote on Mon, 12 March 2007 22:42

Duane Massey wrote on Mon, 12 March 2007 20:40

Tim, I haven't seen one of the ADJ 64LED Pro's yet, but according to the specs they have 181 10mm LED's. Is this the fixture you're asking about, or is there another unit that I haven't heard about? Certainly a major $$ differnce (50%), so I would assume there is also a significant difference in performance.
I do like the fact that they will run in 3-channel mode.



Uggg.  It gets frustrating with the minimal/non existent details on these fixtures (not your fault)  Smile

centerstage lighting lists the specs here
 http://www.centerstagelighting.com/cgi-bin/online/webapi.cgi ?sc=010&pid=p64ledpro&mt=1

As:

•         61 1/2-Watt LEDs (19x red, 21x green, 21x blue)



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looks like centerstage may have an inaccuarate listing. Everyone else lists them with 181 10mm LEDs. So...

i dunno
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Milt Hathaway

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Re: LED Shootout....The beginning
« Reply #35 on: March 12, 2007, 09:16:21 pm »

tim mcallister wrote on Mon, 12 March 2007 17:42

Uggg.  It gets frustrating with the minimal/non existent details on these fixtures


Try AmericanDJ's site: http://www.americandj.com/product.asp?ProductIDNumber=1653&a mp;cat=L.E.D.

Features & Specifications:
? Polish (silver) ultra bright Par 64 with 181, 10mm LEDs (36 Red, 85 Green, & 60 Blue LEDs)
? LED Sync? Feature ? Auto sync with other LED products with LED Sync?
? 7 operational modes, 2 DMX modes (3 channel or 6 channel)
? Very smooth field with rich palettes of color created by mixing the Red, Green and Blue LEDs
? Great for performance stages where traditional par cans emit a lot of heat onto performers
? Smooth RGB color mixing (fast or slow color change operation)
? Color strobe effect
? Electronic Dimming: 0 - 100%
? Linkable via 3-pin XLR cable
? 3-button LED display on rear panel
? Dual bracket system allows fixture to be hung or set on the ground
? Power Draw: 30W
? Dimensions (LxWxH): 12.25? x 9? x 9? / 310x230x230 mm
? Weight: 6 lbs. /2.5 kgs.

(Centerstage has the price wrong also. It's about 50% higher than what they list.)
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Re: LED Shootout....The beginning
« Reply #36 on: March 12, 2007, 10:02:25 pm »

Here is a pic of the prototype at LDI.

index.php/fa/8323/0/
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Re: LED Shootout....The beginning
« Reply #37 on: March 13, 2007, 12:28:28 am »

I was at the Elation Road Show in Houston on Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. The Design 36 and Opti LED looked preety good. The Design 36 uses 1 watt Luxen LEDs and was as bright as a Color Wash 250 and even had a smoother color wash than the MSD-250 eqiped fixture. Even better is that they offer the Design 36 as a yoke fixture for only $200.00 more. I will be adding these to my new projects. Beam throw in the room was easily 40-45 feet and still very bright even with the house lights up. This is one to look at. They are coming out with a version that allows the user to remove the frost lens that ships on the unit for max output.  
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Re: LED Shootout....The beginning
« Reply #38 on: March 13, 2007, 03:23:38 pm »

Thank you,  I have been looking for what LED unit to get for use in a school.  I am placing an order for 10 Weidamark's Smile  Can some one tell me if they are 3 or 5 pin? I am guessing 3 pin but I want to check.
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Re: LED Shootout....The beginning
« Reply #39 on: March 13, 2007, 03:25:01 pm »

3 pin DMX.
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