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ADJ will once again be exhibiting at this year’s Nightclub & Bar trade show that will take place at the Las Vegas Convention Center, March 26 thru 28.

With the annual Nightclub & Bar trade show in Las Vegas coming up in March, I’ve been thinking a lot recently about lighting for nightclubs and lounges. In particular, how moving heads can be used to create a wide variety of effects in venues of all shapes and sizes. Moving heads really are the powerhouse of the modern lighting rig, but choosing the right fixture for a particular size of space, type of venue and desired look is immensely important. So, for this month’s Ask Alfred, I thought I’d take you on a tour through some of the key models in the ADJ moving head range pointing out their key features as well as discussing which types of venue they are most likely to be best-suited.

Audience blinders have been a staple lighting effect at large-scale rock concerts for decades, while more recently their popularity has continued at EDM events and dance festivals. However, traditional blinder fixtures featuring halogen lamps require a large amount of power, produce a lot of heat and are prone to expensive lamp failures. Following recent developments in LED technology, a number of blinder fixtures have been released in recent years that address these issues, but they don’t offer the authentic look of filament lamps. This is where ADJ’s new Encore Burst 200 comes in, it features potent C.O.B LEDs and an innovative ‘dim to warm’ feature which emulates halogen lamps but also offers all the advantages of LEDs. The forward-thinking new fixture also offers a flexible mounting system that makes it easy to join together multiple units in vertical or horizontal arrangements.

Following the success of the original RGBW and WW models, the ADJ Saber Spot range is expanding with the addition of the Saber Spot DTW. Featuring the same combination of potent light-source and compact casing that have made the other units so popular, the new model offers a wider beam angle as well as an innovative ‘dim to warm’ effect that emulates the dimming profile of traditional halogen lamps.

In some situations lighting fixtures are required to blend into the background; to draw attention to whatever they are illuminating, not to themselves. However, in other circumstances the fixtures themselves may become part of the esthetic design of a stage set or venue installation. This is where the brand new ADJ PAR ZP100 3K fits in, with it’s eye catching polished metallic finish and potent 100W LED light-source.

Aerial Nightclub, installing 60+ ADJ fixtures, is one of the newest additions to the Los Angeles late night scene. It has a capacity of 500 with an outdoor patio that provides spectacular views of the Downtown LA skyline.

MBLV22: ADJ Gear Guide for Mobile Entertainers

February 26, 2018 6:09:00 PM PST

Mobile Beat in Las Vegas is North America’s biggest conference and trade show for mobile DJs. Having supported the event regularly for many years, ADJ will be stepping up our involvement this year by providing next level lighting and video production for the main stage.

The children’s ministry at Bayside Community Church has its own dedicated space on the church campus. Crown Design Group installed a host of ADJ fixtures to give the kids a fun, friendly environment to worship.

ADJ Shines At New York Fashion Week

February 22, 2018 3:20:51 PM PST

Christien Methot of Design One Lighting Design provided the lighting for the MONSE fashion show using 36 ADJ Inno Color Beam Z19 moving head wash fixtures.

ADJ Introduces Innovative New Modular LED Par Design

February 16, 2018 1:21:41 PM PST

ADJ is pleased to introduce its latest range of professional LED par fixtures, the MOD Series. Each of the four new models offers a different LED light-source, suitable for a wide variety of applications, but they all feature the same innovative modular casing design which takes LED par flexibility to a new level.

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