The ColorSource Spot outperforms other four-color LED profiles, thanks to its precise combination of red, green, blue and lime emitters. ETC applied its extensive color-mixing knowledge to the fixture to ensure that it can achieve brighter, richer and more believable colors than other budget LEDs. And it accepts all the Source Four LED accessories, zoom and fixed-focus lens tubes, and CYC and Fresnel adapters. Available in Original, Deep Blue, or Pearl array options.
Best for all-around use and what we recommend for most customers. Uses a regular blue LED for beautiful sky blue, turquoise, and pastels that render individual skin tones naturally, yet still delivers a punch with blue and magenta colors.
Best when saturated colors, especially deep blue, purple, and magenta, is what you're looking for. Uses the same LEDs as the Original, but replaces the blue LED with an Indigo one, which reduce sky blue and turquoise colors.
Variable 2700K - 6500K white-light option with warm and cool LEDs, brightest output for venues like studios and architectural installations. Does not allow color mixing or tint correction.
ColorSource RGB-L array (Red, Green, Blue and Lime)
Simple RGB control adds lime automatically when needed
L70 lifetime of 54,000 hours
Fixed cool white 5600K white point when in DMX mode (tungsten lights are 3050K warm white)
Simple user interface with seven-segment display
Optically calibrated and LED droop compensation
Works with all Source Four LED Lens Tubes, CYC Adapter, and Fresnel Adapter
5-pin or RJ45* DMX In and Out
PowerCon In and Out
Tour-ready, aluminum housing
Do not plug into dimmers, use constant power or relays.
*RJ45 connectors are for DMX512 control only, this fixture will not work on lighting networks (sACN/Net3/etc.). They simply allow you to use cheaper Cat5e cable instead of 5-pin DMX.
LED Engine with Shutter Barrel, Yoke, C-Clamp, Soft Focus Diffuser, A-size pattern holder, PowerCon Input Cable with Connector of your Choice
417 page extensive lab report covering the entire ETC LED fixture line. Testing performed by a 3rd party, intended for use in securing rebates from local energy groups (i.e. power company, city/local).