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Is your rig missing a striking effect? Don’t let other DJs "eclipse" you and try out these two awesome lasers from a Chauvet: Eclipse RGB and Scorpion Storm FXGB. From the moment I saw the boxes, I was eager to explore these fixtures. Eclipse RGB combines LED and laser technologies, while Scorpion Storm FXGB overwhelms with huge coverage and intense beams of blue and green.
A Valuable Pair from Chauvet: Eclipse RGB and Scorpion Storm FXGB
Is your rig missing a striking effect? Don't let other DJs "eclipse" you and try out these two awesome lasers from Chauvet: Eclipse RGB and Scorpion Storm FXGB. From the moment I saw the boxes, I was eager to explore these fixtures. Eclipse RGB combines LED and laser technologies, while Scorpion Storm FXGB overwhelms with huge coverage and intense beams of blue and green. (I won't even mention the price advantage, which with Chauvet is a given.)
So easy to use! I felt confident I was getting quality products even before opening the sleek and informative boxes. Like a kid opening a birthday present, I couldn't wait to get inside. I almost tossed the Eclipse RGB in the air, since it weighs only 3.7 pounds. And the same with the Scorpion Storm FXGB; these new lasers are so light that putting them up on my lighting stands is a total piece of cake! I checked out both cases and noticed the LED control panel on the back, a built-in microphone for sound-activated control, a built-in fan and all the connections for DMX, power linking and power cords. Both lasers are variance-free and ready to use right out of the box. So, pretty much, that's what I did: placed them high up and turned them on. All I can say is, "wow"! These things look impressive. I like to use DMX, so I have the most control over them. The Eclipse RGB uses 12 channels, and the Scorpion Storm FXGB, seven. You can also use them in stand-alone, or sound active modes. And… if you have more than one of each, you can run them master/slave to make everything synch-up. You can power link 22 Eclipse RGB lasers, and 28 Scorpion Storm FXGB - which is a great way to save time. A quick but important mention, I appreciate the intelligent way Chauvet built the Scorpion Storm FXGB, fully linkable to be able to link master/slave not just with other Scorpion Storm FXGB lasers, but even with the Scorpion Storm FXRG. I can't wait to get my hands on a Scorpion FXRG to see how they work together!
So, what do these things actually do? Let me tell you: Eclipse RGB combines a star field of red and green lasers with the intense colors generated by an 8-watt tri-colored RGB LED shining through an effect wheel that makes it look like a rippling northern lights effect. It's the only laser product out there that I've seen with RGB color mixing, and the effect is awesome. It makes a surreal night sky effect that takes you into outer space. Depending on the combination of colors, it creates a whirlpool galaxy ripple effect, and if I hadn't stopped staring into it, I would still be hypnotized. Also, the LED and lasers can be handled separately, to change the background color only by using the high-powered LED. If you add all of the green and blue lasers from Scorpion Storm FXGB, you got yourself an amazing show with only two lasers. With Scorpion Storm FXGB you get independent control of green and blue laser diodes for true customization. You want more stormy effects? A controllable, high-speed motor increases the total number of effects exponentially. Now that's an abundance of light!
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