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60W Led Moving Head - Made in China

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simplykind
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60W Led Moving Head - Made in China

Post by simplykind »

Minispot 60W (12 ch).pff
With a little help from the community, I was able to put together a fixture to control a pair of 60w LED moving head I picked up from ebay. If anyone needs them, here they are in all their wonderful (working)glory.
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And the light shines on. While we all ride on. When the days come and gone You know we all ride on.

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Re: 60W Led Moving Head - Made in China

Post by Jan_K »

I will not call this one a generic fixture.

To me it only fit one fixture and to me it looks like it is only a light store not a manufacture.


/Jan

simplykind
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Re: 60W Led Moving Head - Made in China

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Well then... where does one put a fixture file for a light they found on ebay with no manufacturer name. Just says made in China.
And the light shines on. While we all ride on. When the days come and gone You know we all ride on.

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Re: 60W Led Moving Head - Made in China

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Just leave it in the main folder.
;)

/Jan

seattle_mike2000
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Re: 60W Led Moving Head - Made in China

Post by seattle_mike2000 »

How is the light? Do you have YouTube video? WHT was the name of it or link?

hypnomann1
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Re: 60W Led Moving Head - Made in China

Post by hypnomann1 »

I just purchased 4 of them (they shipped three 14 channels and one 16 channel) ..made a fixture file in Freestyler and Easy View. Work great in Freestyler doing it live but can't get them to work in Easy View...so I'm having to program live. Would have liked a pinspot gobo or a way to to make the beam smaller too.

hypnomann1
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Re: 60W Led Moving Head - Made in China

Post by hypnomann1 »

Update: downloaded MyDMX 2.0 opened the scan library...they have the 60 watt led moving head file..copied the file....pasted it in the scan library in the freestyler file and wala! I can see the lights in easy 3d view

Ivan Granero
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Re: 60W Led Moving Head - Made in China

Post by Ivan Granero »

Hola podrias facilitar el archivo ?

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