Chroma-Q Color Block 2 Plus – Improved Brightness from Same Innovative Design


The new Chroma-Q™ Color Block 2 Plus™ is a higher output version of the original Color Block 2™ multi-purpose LED fixture that retains the same versatile modular ‘building block' design, single colour RGBA optics, high light output and theatrical grade dimming to create an exceptional all-round feature set.

The Color Block 2 Plus utilises the very latest generation of LED and optics, resulting in 40% more output (750 lumens) than the original Color Block 2 (530 lumens) when the internal switch is set to full power.

For maximum convenience, it also features a Color Block 2 emulation mode, to simulate the lumen output of the original LED engine when used alongside other Color Block 2 fixtures.

With its extensive colour palette and high CRI of 90, the Color Block 2 Plus fixture is a master at creating vibrant bold colours and subtle theatrical hues. Combined with its built-in variable colour temperature capability, even flesh tones look natural, satisfying all but the most critical eye.

The four large, camera-friendly LED cells offer performers less glare and mix beautifully for single colour output, virtually eliminating the frustrating colour separation shadows normally synonymous with LED lighting. The beam optics have a soft asymmetrical quality carefully crafted to give an immediate perfect colour blend for uplighting surfaces, yet retain a soft Fresnel-like edge for direct illumination. The Color Block 2 Plus fixture is bright enough to uplight a 6m / 20 foot set and then some.

In addition, the fixture provides a smooth, theatrical grade dimming experience, whilst retaining the instant strobe-like control of intensity normally associated with LED technology.


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