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American DJ Gobo Projector LED

The Gobo Projector LED's image is designed to shine with brightness because the unit utilizes an ultra-high-power white 10W LED as its light source.

The beam (540 Lux @ 3 meters) is designed to make the image looks sharp and clear even without fog.

 

The Gobo Projector LED comes with 4 color gels - red, green, blue and yellow (plus white) - and 4 replaceable gobo images. Three of the gobos contain themed messages for some of the most common types of gigs DJs perform at: "Happy Birthday," "Party Time," and "Congratulations" (with image of bride and groom). The fourth gobo is a classic pattern.

Customized gobo images (sold separately) can also be used with the Gobo Projector LED, for example, to advertise a drink special, promote a merchandise sale, or project a business's name.

 

Rated at 30,000 hours, the Gobo Projector LED's 10-watt LED light source is said to last longer than a conventional halogen lamp. The unit also consumes less energy than a halogen projector, drawing only 12 watts of electricity maximum, making it a "green" effect whatever color gel is used.

 

Featuring a 13° beam angle, the Gobo Projector LED includes a Manual Focus, as well as an FX Switch on the rear panel for selecting either static operation or slow rotation of the gobo. The gobo itself has a diameter of 26.8mm with a 24mm viewable area.

 

Lightweight and compact for portability, the Gobo Projector LED measures 8.75"L x 8"W x 4.25"H/218 x 200 x 108mm and weighs 7 lbs./3 kg. A built-in hanging bracket with a safety hook allows for installation, and switchable voltage — AC120V/60Hz or 230V/50Hz — is designed to make the unit adaptable enough to be used virtually anywhere.

Pricing & Availability
The MSRP of the Gobo Projector LED is $209.95 and it should be available in September 2010.