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Heart & Soul

Avolites Arena

The Avolites Arena is the ideal desk for festivals, theatres and anywhere that a larger control surface is required. It combines the popular interface of the Tiger Touch II with more live control than ever before.

Main features:

• 40 precision playback faders in three pageable groups.
• 20 programmable macro executor buttons.
• 3 metal shaft optical attribute encoders.
• 4 optical playback encoder pots.
• 15.6” vibrant main touch screen with brightness control.
• 7” vibrant secondary touch screen.
• 6 mono LCD screens for digital fader legends.
• Ergonomic trim and carry handles
• Robust stainless and zinc treated steel construction – built for life on the road
• Includes 4-port managed Gigabit network switch
• OpticalCON Stage link output, with an optional second link
• 8 physical 5-pin XLR opto-isolated DMX out, up to 16
• universes over ArtNet or streaming ACN – total of 8192 console channels.
• Compatible with Titan Net – up to 64 universes, total of 32,768 system channels.
• 4 Ethercon Gigabit primary network connection with a battery maintained managed switch supporting Titan Net, ArtNet and streaming ACN.
• 1 Ethercon Gigabit secondary Network connection for Titan Net, ArtNet and streaming ACN.
• 1 standard OpticalCON stage link output, to connect to industry standard network switches with optical support.
• SMPTE Timecode/LTC input 3-pin XLR (transformer isolated).
• Trigger inputs on ¼” jack, suitable for foot switches.
• Audio in on stereo ¼” jack for Audio Triggering.
• Headphone 3.5mm jack conveniently placed on the front panel.
• 4 USB3 ports – 1 front, 3 rear.
• Two 3-pin XLR dimmable lamp connector
• Optional extras: Flight Case, Dimmable Lamp x2, Cover

Technical Specifications:

• Dimensions (mm): 1072 x 428 x 150
• Weights: 23kg 44kg

ChamSys QuickQ Console

QuickQ consoles consist of three different models - QuickQ 10, QuickQ 20 and QuickQ 30. These consoles designed with a quick and easy user interface, 9.7” touch screen, and a comprehensive feature-set that bring simplicity and power to the small console market.

Built-in Wi-Fi allows for remote control from a tablet or phone, which can also serve as a 2nd external monitor. These consoles are ideal for students, volunteers, or part-time operators, and comfortable to use even by professionals on small-scale shows.

Main Features include:

• Design: Simple user interface; Easy navigation; Large touch screen with easy and intuitive graphical interface
• Console Output Capacity: No limit on number of fixtures, only by number of universes supported
• User Interface: Modeled on smart phone icon interface and gesture support; Intuitive interface allowing simple control of all fixture attributes; supports pinching for zooming and scrolling. The remote app is identical to that on the console display
• Playback Faders: Dedicated Grand Master fader; Dedicated Cue Stack Control section; 10 multi-purpose Cue Stack/Chase faders; Playbacks compatible with and aid progression towards MagicQ
• Fixture Faders: Fader for Intensity Control; Flash button; Fixture, Group and Cue modes; RGB LED shows current mode/state; 40 fixture faders
• Networking: QuickQ supports output of DMX over network via ArtNet/sACN/Pathport
• Colour Control: A dedicated “colour control area” with Hue and Saturation encoders, and a pair of additional buttons for colour control
• Ports: 2 USB ports for loading and saving shows, and for optional keyboard and mouse audio input and output; In-built WIFI port for simple connection of tablets and smart phones
• Offline Software: Offline editor available for both Windows and Mac; includes MagicVis visualizer; Replicates entire QuickQ console software excluding output

Tech Specifications:

• Touch Screen: 9.7”
• Universes Supported: 4
• DMX Outputs 5-Pin XLR: 3
• Fixtures Supported: 2048
• Fixture Faders: 40
• Attribute Encoders: 4
• Master Faders: 10 Multiple Function Playbacks
• Cue Stacks: Multiple
• USB: 2
• External Monitor: 1920 x 1080 HDMI
• Supports Moving Lights: LEDs, Dimmers & Movers
• Size (WDH mm): 760 x 350 x 106
• Weight: 6.1 kg

Eaton FLX S48

FLX S48 has double the power with intuitive and hands-on control of up to 96 fixtures, and a touch monitor output to provide quick access to palettes and an overview of the show.

Main Features include:

• 97 playbacks
• 96 groups, 4 x 96 palettes (Colour, Beamshape, Position, Effect)
• DVI-D output for optional external touch screen (1024 x 768)
• Multi-touch interfaces for Colour & Moving Lights
• Free mobile apps for wireless control of your ZerOS console on iOS and Android devices
• Multi-lingual step-by-step touch screen guidance
• 7” multi-touch screen
• Colour picking, mixing & image capture
• Mood Boards by LEE Filters
• Additive, subtractive and HSV control
• Store single or multiple cues on each of the playbacks

• Two XLR Outputs (1 x 5 pin + 1 x 3 pin)

Technical Specification:

• Hardware
 48 Multifunctional Faders (channels or playbacks, with select or go buttons)
 4 embedded encoder wheels with select buttons
 1 5-pin XLR connector for DMX and RDM
 1 3-pin XLR connector for DMX and RDM
 1 Universe (upgradable to 2) over Ethernet using Art-Net 4 or sACN
 2 multipurpose USB ports

• Software - capacity

 96 Fixture Controls (using single or multiple DMX channels)
 97 Playbacks (equivalent of Cue Stacks, Submasters or Chases)
 10,000 cues • 4 x 96 Palettes (Colour, Beamshape, Position, Effect)
 96 groups

• Electrical

 Supply voltage range: 100 - 240V AC; MAX 2A
 Frequency: 50 - 60Hz
 Operating temperature: +5 to +40°C

Work Pro LightShark

The LightShark range comprises of LS-Core and the LS-1 console with built-in LightShark engine software.

The LS-1 brings together the best features from the world of innovative software-only lighting control and marries them to an intuitive, ergonomic hardware control surface. The LS-Core omits the LS-1’s hardware control surface but offers exactly the same lighting control software, processing power, and smartphone/tablet-based software control interface.

Main Features include:

• Designed for fast programming, avoiding repetitive tasks.
• Supports DMX-512, Art-Net, ACN, MIDI, UDP, OSC & HTTP.
• Multi-touch UI
• 8 DMX universes: 4096 channels to manage a complete show.
• Supports OSC control software or a MIDI console connection.
• 10 main playback faders.
• 20 virtual playbacks: manage 30 playbacks in total.
• Manual crossfade
• Cross-platform
• Extended Cue memory: Up to 1200 cues.
• Fanning function: Quick access to fanning.
• Built-in FX engine
• Submaster FX size & speed
• RGB & CMY Color Picker

Technical Specifications of LS-1:

• Connectors: 2x DMX output (XLR 3-pin and 5-pin); Ethernet port (TCP/IP, ArtNet, sACN); 2x USB ports; Connection for desk lamp: XLR 3-pin
• Weight & Dimensions: 3.7 kg & 430 x 330 x 100 mm
• Power & Current: Integrated power supply
• Operating voltage: 90-250V, 50/60Hz

Jands Vista T2 Console

The T2 is the most popular all-in-one lighting package of Jands Vista. It provides all the features that make the Vista such a great live desk.

Main features:

• Control panel (Pen Tablet)

 Wacom 15″ Pen-Tablet LCD (1024 x 768)
 12 user configurable function buttons
 2 sets Blue, Green, Yellow, Red modifier buttons
 2 Pen modifier buttons
 Power and Help buttons
 4 Wacom tablet control / configuration buttons
 Grand Master (rotary) fader and DBO button

• Playback Controls

 15 Playbacks, 10 with faders and flash buttons, 5 without
 Split mode allows control of up to 40 Clips
 Playbacks can be configured for control of Groups, Presets and more
 Page Up / Down buttons

• Super Playback Controls

 Playback with 2 faders and buttons
 Go, Pause, Back, Skip Forward, Skip Reverse, Skip to Start, Skip to End but- tons
 Utilises LCD and Encoder wheels for display and real time control of play back and other advanced functions.

• Programming Controls

 3 Encoder Wheels with associated Blue / White LCD
 Next / Previous buttons
 12 context sensitive function buttons

• DMX Output

 8192 Channels (16 Universes)

• Input and Output Connections

 4 DMX outputs
 1 Ethernet / Network port (compatible with Art-Net and Pathport)
 3 USB2 connectors
 Linear Time code input
 MIDI in/thru/out
 RS232 COM port
 2 External Monitor Outputs
 2 Desk lamp outlets
 Audio mic, line in and line out sockets
 Trigger input / output †
 2 VGA Monitor Outputs (with support for Wacom pen-displays and selected ELO touchscreens)

Technical Specifications:

• Connectors: 2x DMX output (

• Technical Specifications

 Dimensions (w d h): 861mm x 638mm x 210mm
 Weight: Net 38kg Shipping 55kg
 Technical Specifications
 Processor – Pentium® M 1.8GHz
 Memory – 1 GByte
 Hard Drive – 120GB Ultra ATA Hard drive
 Optical Drive – CD-RW Drive (52/24/52X)
 Keyboard – 88 button compact key board
 Trackpad – Cirque 2 button GlidePoint® trackpad


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