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Blizzard Launched Six New Products at DJ Expo

Blizzard Lighting's newest products

LED innovator Blizzard Lighting returned to DJ Expo, the largest gathering of pro DJs, and showcased six new products. Attendees that stopped by booth 711 last week, were able to scope out three new lasers, sweet rainbow effects, a six-beam moving head, and a 3D panel perfect for the DJ elite and lighting professional crowd.

Pocket Cosmos -- Harness the power of the universe and get the party started with precision that would rival Nostradamus. This 50mW, 532nm green laser provides sharp aerial effects, comes with built-in automatic and sound active programs, three-pin DMX in/out, and the company says "is predicted to be a best seller."

Shoqwave X6 -- Spin heads and move bodies with the Shoqwave X6. Dazzle the crowd with its six 10W RGBW four-in-one LED moving heads, high output 5.7° beams, infinite pan rotation plus 120° head tilt, and three-pin DMX in/out with an IEC power cord.

LB Spektrum -- This fixture features 180° of brilliant rainbow colors (eight 3W RGB LEDs), runs in auto, sound active, or DMX mode and allows for color mixing, strobe effects, and various dimming curves.

Pocket Pulsar -- The company says "is a laser system version of a mic drop." Keep the crowd guessing when the beat will drop with its 300mW triple aperture red/green/blue laser system, micro-step wide angle scanning motor and built-in automatic and sound active programs.

Squarodox 3D -- The Rubik's Cube of DJ equipment: pre-solved and ready to impress. This mind-warping 3D cube is made up of 192 pixel-mappable three-in-one RGB 5050 LED chips, built-in automatic and sound active programs and a PowerCon compatible power in/out.

Pocket Rocket II -- So great, the company says "we had to make a sequel." This tiny package features a fat beam with even more color for a huge laser performance. It's easy to use with no DMX to program; the user just needs to add fog and walk away. It also features LCD digital display with auto and sound active modes and is a Class 3R laser -- use with caution.

"We pride ourselves on creativity and imagination with our products, while also serving a range of customer needs," said Lucas Alonso, product development manager at Blizzard. "This lineup can amplify the energy for any event and keep your wallet fat ... like these new laser beams!"

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(22 August 2019)

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