American DJ Brings New Life To Favorite Lights at Pro Light + Sound April 6-9 at Messe Frankfurt

flat-par-tri7.jpgLOS ANGELES – (For Immediate Release) -- There's a reason why classic lights like scanners are high on everyone's list of their favorite effects: nothing quite gets a crowd up on its feet, on the dance floor and into the moment as easily as these time-tested lights seem to do. American DJ has blended the latest technology and inspired creative vision to transform some of these lighting icons into modern masterpieces with more speed, more brightness and many more powerful features.

The company will be showcasing these lights, plus a host of new concept lighting in Hall 11.0 #D67 at Pro Light + Sound April 6-9 at Messe Frankfurt. Here is a small sampling of what American DJ will be highlighting in Frankfurt:

Vizi Scan LED Pro -- This innovative new DMX controlled product represents the rebirth of the scanner. It is the ultimate in high performance scanners, combining two effects in one: a hard edge spot beam and a frost wash. Blindingly fast and easy to set up, it has a 3-facet and infinite prism wheel, 540° standard pan and an optional 630° pan, 35° tilt and a 13° beam angle. In addition to covering a very wide area, the Vizi Scan LED Pro produces super bright light and rich intense colors with a 50W LED source (60,000-hour life). Other notable features include remote focus, eight dichroic colors plus white, seven rotating gobos, gobo shake and gobo indexing, gobo scroll mode, strobing, a frost effect so it can perform as a wash and remote DMX addressing. Its unique state-of-the-art Slockâ„¢ slide lock gobo changing system makes it quick and easy to remove and change gobos.

Vizi Spot LED Pro – American DJ reinvents the moving head with this high performance fixture that is really two lights in one: a hard edge spot beam and a wash-frost effect. Powered by a 50W long life (60,000-hour) LED source with a low power draw (130W), this compact and affordable fixture offers pro-level features that are more commonly found in much higher-priced products. Among its more notable features are: eight dichroic colors plus white, seven interchangeable rotating gobos, a prism wheel with 3-facet and infinite prisms, remote focus, gobo indexing, 0-100% dimming, strobing, gobo scroll and two DMX modes. Like the Vizi Scan LED Pro it features the unique Slockâ„¢ slide lock gobo changing system.

Spherion WH LED – Remember the dawn of disco? The new American DJ Spherion produces an effect that's similar to a mirror ball, but with an ultra-modern twist that creates an eye-popping visual treat that goes way beyond anything anyone would have imagined back in the day. Razor sharp beams from the effects five bright 3W LED sources and 116 lenses continuously rotate 360°, without depending on sound activation, to fill an entire room with a constant transformative light show. A 270° beam angle adds to the fixture's dramatic effect. The Spherion runs very cool with no duty cycles so it can perform all night. It's economical to operate too with a low 27W max power draw and a 50,000 LED lamp life rating.

Flat Par Tri 17 – This is not your uncle's par can! The new American DJ Flat Par Tri17 is a professional “low profile” LED Par Can with extremely bright output. It features seven 3-Watt TRI LEDs (3-in-1 RGB) and will not cast any RGB shadows. The units “low profile” and dual hanging brackets make it ideal for mobile and permanent installations. It can even be used for uplighting. The Flat Par TRI7 has seven different DMX channel modes, and may also run in Sound Active or Master/Slave modes. It can also be operated wirelessly using the ADJ LED RC wireless remote (sold separately). The Flat Par TRI7's LEDs are rated at 50,000 hours, and only draws 25-Watts of power per fixture.

To learn more about these new effects from American DJ, visit the company at Pro Light + Sound in Hall 11.0 #D67 April 6-9. Or visit the company's website www.americandj.com

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