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Adam Whetham

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Pixelpar 90
« on: September 25, 2007, 10:47:42 pm »

I searched and didn't get much... maybe I missed a search query or something.

Anyone had any run in's with these guys?? The price is up there.... quite a bit. But I have a demo one on its way.... these have to be as bright as a Par 64 1k if they want the price they're giving me.... Which I don't doubt.

Anyone actualy bought some of these guy's and used them in the real world?

I'd like to hear what people say....

I'll try and make a video with the standard, american DJ Par 64 Pro that I have, then the elation Opto-RGB. then this guy for future reference.
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Karl P(eterson)

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Re: Pixelpar 90
« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2007, 12:04:33 am »

Well, I have seen a PixelLine Micro W when I was comparing it to the Coemar fixture. I can tell you the build quality was great and the color was good as well. I thought that the Coemar was a bit better output at a lot lower price.

That said, knowing what the Micro W did at 22 emitters I can only imagine how bright that PixelPar is with 90. I can bet it is expensive though, 2.5 G's probably?

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