Stairville Wild Wash 132 LED RGB
Multi-Functional RGB LED Spotlight
- 4 Effects in one: Floodlight, Wall Wash, Blinder and Strobe
- Suitable for events and shows of all kinds, whether on small to large stages, in clubs of all sizes, exhibitions and gallery openings etc.
- Control via DMX or in stand-alone mode with automatic function
- Light source: 132 pcs. 0.2 W 5050 SMD RGB LEDs
- Colour mixing: RGB (stepless)
- Beam angle: approx. 75°
- Control: DMX 512 (8 modes, 1, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3, 4 and 6 channel modes), sound active mode, automatic mode with internal programs, master / slave mode
- All functions can be set via the display using four buttons
- DMX input and output: 3 pin XLR
- Power: IEC input
- Operating ambient temperature: 0-40° C
- Power supply: 100-240V, AC 50-60 Hz
- Max. Power consumption: 30 W
- Protection class: IP20
- With bracket for hanging
- Dimensions (L x W x H): 310 x 70 x 70 mm
- Weight: 1.05 kg
Floodlight, wall wash, blinder, and strobe
The Stairville Wild Wash 132 LED RGB DMX is a popular all-round choice for newcomers to the world of lighting and has an amazing price-performance ratio, delivering large-scale colour effects to dazzle and delight concertgoers with flashing strobes and exhibition guests with wall washes. Effects can be generated in all colours that can be created from the primary colours (red, green, and blue), a rare feature at this price point. The numerous small LEDs are aligned along the two long sides of the box-shaped chassis and shine a wide-angled beam, typical of stroboscopes. The unit can be installed on the floor or mounted on a wall, ceiling, or truss and seamlessly positioned and angled. Those who wish to transport the Wild Wash from gig to gig will appreciate its light weight and compact size.
Magical colours and a whirlwind of flashes
The Stairville Wild Wash 132 LED RGB DMX uses 132 SMD RGB LEDs, each with a power output of 0.2 watts, which adds up to 26.4 watts. The beam angle is approximately 75°. The unit is equipped with a safety eyelet, and its retaining bracket is perfect for truss, wall, and ceiling mounting. All connections and the control panel are located on the side opposite the LED strip. The rear panel features a standard IEC power supply connection, and a DMX input and DMX output with XLR connections are provided for controlling the unit with dedicated hardware. This allows both DMX operation and master-slave mode. Alternatively, the menu buttons below the display panel can also be used to get started without accessories. Whichever option you choose, a wealth of static colours and automatic functions are right there at your fingertips.
Entry-level effect for small stages
The Stairville Wild Wash 132 LED RGB DMX is an excellent all-rounder when it comes to colour effects. Beginners can easily call up static tones and mixed colours to create their own hues without any prior knowledge or extra accessories. Those who opt for DMX operation with a lighting controller can choose between different modes with up to six channels. On small stages, the wide beam angle ensures that the strobe flashes are highly visible, while the colour change automations will get everybody moving in small clubs. Bar operators, on the other hand, can set the mood with soft fade programmes, and the tempo can be selected in both cases. Small theatres, for example, can create a whole whirlwind of flashes thanks to the strobe function. Party organisers will benefit from the sound-to-light function, while trade show exhibitors, mobile DJs, and event organisers on tour will appreciate the light weight and the modest dimensions: The unit weighs roughly one kilogram and measures a mere 310 x 70 x 70 mm.
Since it was introduced in 1994, Thomann’s in-house brand Stairville has been a permanent fixture in the store’s product range. The brand primarily focuses on the field of stage lighting in general, and its products include spotlights, moving lights, and theatre lighting as well as smoke machines, electronic control systems, and every other accessory you can think of. Thomann constantly has around 1,600 Stairville products on offer, and the figures speak for themselves: Statistically, one in every fifteen Thomann customers owns at least one Stairville product. Incidentally, the name “Stairville” is also a catchy English translation of “Treppendorf”, the town that Thomann calls home.
Sync your light show to the party music
Do you want the lights at your next party to flash in rhythm with the music in the room? The Stairville Wild Wash 132 LED RGB DMX will do just that in a few simple steps thanks to its sound-to-light function – allowing you to spend the whole evening with your guests. The best way to do this is to hang up a couple of units and connect them to the power supply. For uniform control, they should be daisy-chained using DMX cables, available as an option. To ensure that there is enough space under the mounting brackets and that the units can be properly positioned with their two locking screws, cables with flat right-angled plugs should be used if possible. The first unit acts as master and sets the microphone sensitivity for the music control function. The remaining units are designated as slaves in the menu so that they follow the master unit, which synchronises the lighting pattern to the beat thanks to the microphone built into its connection panel.
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