Light unit produces 8 separate beams in 2 independent rows. Motor rotation speed can be controlled for different effects. Voice control compatible.
The instructions are poorly written, making it difficult to set up the lights initially.
Small rotating light is controllable via music and master control. Can set each individual LED light for different effects and colors. Low power consumption and heat.
Parts of the light are open to getting dust and dirt onto the lights and important electronics.
Large, single beam projection is easy to see in large performance spaces. Light head has full rotation and articulation controllable via manual or automatic input.
Onboard controls and LCD panel can be difficult to use for the first time.
Large support bracket protects the light head during rotation. Can be controlled with the voice or automatically. Comes with different lighting patterns and effects.
Light is not as bright or noticeable as other options unless surrounding lights are turned off.
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