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Uploaded on Apr 6, 2010

Unpack the maxi Bar and you can see that a lot of thought has gone into all of the hardware. The fixtures are lightweight and robust yet very compact. After un-packing you only need to plug in the mains cable and the multi-core from the footswitch controller and you're ready rock. The Maxi bar has lamp housings around 4cm deep, which makes the system very compact when packed away.

Four identical LED arrays are fitted to a T-bar, which also houses the electronics, including a mode display and buttons for Menu, Up and Down. When foot mode is selected the unit is essentially in foot-controller mode, which can be either sound activated or based on one of nine presets.

Each lamp sits in an adjustable bracket, giving plenty of vertical and horizontal adjustment, and connects to the T-bar via a locking connector that can remain in place when packing. The T-bar itself fits onto the included tripod stand and comes supplied in its own road bag. The rest of the system fits into the padded zip-up case, which has a side pocket large enough to hold the footswitch.

The Maxi Bar houses 432 Ultra bright 10mm LEDs split between blue, green and red. When used in combination, these can produce pretty much any colour, including white. Overall, the power consumption is a nominal 64W.

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