COVID-19 Update (January 4th, 2021) — While our offices remain closed to the general public, Musson has resumed selected operations in compliance with county guidelines. Non-contact pickup remains available for customers who place their order online, by email, or by phone.
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The D60 fixture is the brightest variant in the Desire LED luminaire family. Sixty energy-saving LED emitters are combined onto each fixture to provide powerful, high-intensity output. This round, PAR-shaped washlight is ideal for the stage, studio and anywhere brightness and color flexibility are required. The user-interface on the rear of the unit puts the control in your hands - Desire luminaires can be managed by any RDM-enabled controller or on their own without a console.
Best all-around theatrical-quality light. The x7 Color System is optimized to create clean white and tinted light, to bring out the beauty of set pieces, and render individual skin tones naturally. All while still providing full range color mixing.
Broadest color range for spectrally-balanced saturated and tinted light. Able to match the color from your gelled tungsten sources, Vivid luminaires fit the bill when you need high-brightness light with bold impact and rich, saturated colors.
Combines an equal number of warm white and cool white LEDs for variable color temperature mixing. Adds five additional x7 LED colors to fill the white LED spectral gaps. Provides the richest variable white light possible in an LED luminaire.
Fixed "Warm White" 3000K LED array for max brightness when matching tungsten fixtures.
Fixed "Cool White" 5600K LED array for max brightness in broadcast and studio applications.
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).