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AFX Magic Matrix Quad Cree LED Moving Head Lighting Effect

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Quick Overview

The AFX Magic Matrix Quad comes with 25 12W RGBW LEDs and a special pixel mapping function allows this moving head effect to project lettering, numbers and symbols.

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The AFX Magic Matrix Quad is a moving head lighting effect that has been fitted with 25 RGBW 12W CREE LEDs that have a unique pixel mapping feature that allows you to display lettering, numbers and symbols along with individual control of every LED via DMX.

The Magic Matrix Quad comes with a colour screen to help you navigate the various settings and functions, and the DMX modes offer 20 to 121 channels with auto, master/slave and audio modes available with DMX in/out via 3&5-pin XLR connectors.

The Magic Matrix Quads comes with a quick and accurate 3-phase motor with infinite pan and tilt rotation. The light also offers 16-bit resolution as well as a flicker-free system for videos.

  • Infinite PAN/TILT rotation
  • Individual DMX control of every led
  • 25x 12W 4-in-1 RGBW CREE LEDS
  • Colour display
  • 5x5 pixel Matrix
  • Fast & accurate 3-phase motor, 16bit resolution
  • Numerous built-in programs, numbers, letters, symbols, etc.
  • Flicker-free system for videos
  • Various DMX modes from 20 to 121 channels
  • DMX, auto, master/slave, audio operation
  • DMX in/out via 3-pin & 5-pin XLR connectors
  • Power supply in/out via Powercon connectors
  • Power supply: AC100-240V/50-60Hz
  • Consumption: 300W
  • Light source: 25 x 12W CREE RGBW LED
  • Beam angle: 3-5°
  • Dimensions: 390 x 390 x 485mm
  • Weight: 14.5kg

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