Illuminates Winter NAMM
The Chauvet team was at it again
in Anaheim, California for the NAMM show January 18th, 2003.
Unveiling quite a few new products the booth garnered the attention
and admiration of many. Chauvet's newest intelligent scanner,
the "Omega", made the loudest
noise of all. This compact and lightweight DMX-512 scanner
opens up the world of intelligent lighting to many people who had
shunned it previously. The four-channel fixture features 14
colors and gobos and true X and Y-axis movement. Stepping
motors provide great feel and control when operating and the 150-watt
lamp provides ample luminosity. Designed for the mobile DJ and
for club use, the Omega delivers the last word in intelligent
lighting, and at a M.A.P. of only $159.99 won't put an end to your budget.
Chauvet, the leader in
innovative, performance-oriented lasers introduces the Laser-Link
series. These lasers have 32 two and three-dimensional
patterns and are linkable to provide a fantastic show. The user
is able to stand inside laser tunnels, stare at a laser sky as it
descends, and become engulfed by multi-dimensional laser scenes.
These truly wonderful pieces are available in red or green versions.
The laser-link series will blow you away. These lasers are
ready to storm onto the scene with an MAP of $799.99 and $249.99 respectively.
In other laser news for Chauvet,
Barry Abrams, Product Development Manager, accepted to coveted
Crystal Disc award from DJ Zone.com at this year's show for
outstanding and original design for the Lazer Scan. Last year's
model of ingenuity, the Lazer Scan is still a marvel today.
Also unveiled and shown at the
Chauvet booth was the Gobo Splash, the Trackscan 250R, Legend,
Mini-Legend and Wildmoon 250. For those of you who weren't in
attendance, make sure you come out for the next big show and find out
why Chauvet is one of the fastest growing lighting companies in the world.