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The first full-fledged lighting controller in a foot bar

Program a light show and control it with your feet later – that’s possible now with the foot controller Bigfoot by Eurolite. Bigfoot is a full-fledged lighting controller, packed in a foot bar.

Bigfoot foot controller

Create shows and call them up

While most foot controllers are mainly designed for playing pre-installed effects, Bigfoot goes one step further: It enables you to program creative light shows and to control them by feet. Up to 12 devices with 16 DMX channels each can be operated at the same time – from PAR spots to moving heads.

Color and movement effects

Pre-programmed color and movement effects make programming shows easier. Up to 15 chases with several steps can be saved and combined to a show in live operation mode.

Comfortable use

The Bigfoot is divided into two sections. Above the handle is the programming section with potentiometers and buttons. Below the handle, which also serves as impact protection for the potentiometers, is the live section. It consists of 6 robust foot switches and 2 big pedals. The switches are the same which are used for guitar effects. You control the speed, choose and start a program, use the blackout function or activate the sound control mode with them.

The pedals control the fading time of the scenes as well as the master dimmer function for the brightness. If desired, the latter can also be used for controlling other functions or devices like a fog machine.

The two displays guide through the programming and make use easier by presenting the names of your shows, their speed etc. in live operation mode.

Robust and durable – with case

Made of stable metal, Bigfoot withstands knocks and kicks. Thanks to the big handle, it can also be carried very easily. An optional case protects the controller during transport and provides for a secure position during operation.

Find more information about the versatile foot controller at http://www.steinigke.de/en/Eurolite-Bigfoot/.

The quick-change artist among the moving heads

Eurolite presents matrix effect with zoom

Eurolite LED TMH-X25 Zoom

Eurolite LED TMH-X25 Zoom

Waldbüttelbrunn, April 28th 2017: A real quick-change artist was presented by Eurolite at the Prolight+Sound 2017: The TMH-X25 Zoom unites moving head, matrix effect and beam spot in one device. This way, it offers absolute flexibility.

Endless possibilities

Viewed from the outside, the TMH-X25 looks like a matrix effect on the base of a moving head. 5 x 5 LEDs with RGBW color mixture are at the light designer’s disposal for creating colorful patterns, numbers, letters or animations. Each LED can be controlled individually. The device is controlled by DMX or Art-Net.

Powerful beam

On closer inspection, you detect the zoom, which changes the spot’s beam angle steplessly from 7.5° to 60°. This way, the moving head can also be used as a beam spot – the 25 LEDs with 12 W each are definitely strong enough to produce a powerful beam. Thanks to its Infinity function, the moving head can move endlessly in PAN or TILT direction.

Absolute flexibility

The impressive effect can be used for different purposes thanks to its versatile equipment: As matrix effect in a club, as beam effect on live stages or as background light in TV studios; the TMH-X25 always looks great. Its motorized zoom and the Infinity function make the spot absolutely flexible.

Find more information about the spot at http://www.steinigke.de/en/TMH-X-Matrix/.

HAM Audio invests in Eurolite TMH X-5

February 8th, 2017 Posted in EUROLITE, News, Press releases Tags: , , ,

Waldbüttelbrunn, February 8th 2017: The German company HAM Audio recently expanded their stock of equipment with 28 Eurolite TMH X-5 moving heads. The powerful LED moving heads with small dimensions meet the requirements of the event technicians perfectly.

Eurolite TMH X-5 used live on stage

GENESES – the biggest “Tribute to Genesis” tour in Europe, light show with Eurolite TMH X-5

 

Extremely flexible

The TMHs are handy and lightweight, but offer a high output. With their zoom, they can be used very flexibly – that’s ideal for our business!” says Heinrich Ameln, director of HAM Audio GmbH.

Used on live tour

The devices were used for the first time at the “Geneses Live Tour”, Europe’s biggest tribute show to Genesis. After having passed this acid test, Heinrich Ameln feels even more confident: “The devices are perfect for this kind of use: They’re ready for use quickly, function as washers and beams, and offer a great show!”

Eurolite TMH X-5 used live on stage

GENESES – the biggest “Tribute to Genesis” tour in Europe, light show with Eurolite TMH X-5

Great price-performance ratio

Besides their powerful performance, the TMH X-5 by Eurolite also convince with their price: For less than 800 €, you get a moving head made with first-class workmanship, equipped with powerful COB LEDs, stepless RGBW color mixture and zoom between 1° and 28°.

For more information about the moving heads of Eurolite’s X series, please see http://eshop.steinigke.de/en/TMH-X-Beams/. Info and images of the Geneses tour can be found at https://www.facebook.com/GenesesLive/.

Technology for a good cause

At the benefit musical gala in Heidenheim this June, top musical stars performed at no charge : The total proceeds were donated to the support initiative for children with tumors or leukemia in Ulm. Steinigke Showtechnic provided the event with stage technology free of cost.
The sum of 6000 € could now be given to the support group for children with tumors or leukemia by the association “musical sehnsucht e.V.”. This was made possible by the voluntary engagement of all contributors. Not only the internationally known musical stars like Zodwa Selele (known from “Sister Act”) and Kasper Holmboe (“Les Miserables”) performed without pay; even the technical lighting and stage equipment was provided for free by Steinigke Showtechnic. Over 500 spectators let themselves be taken away into the world of musicals.

Musical Gala 3 web_klein

Andreas Zöllner, employee of Steinigke Showtechnic and born in Heidenheim himself, developed the lighting concept for the gala. Used on stage were spots of the brands Eurolite and Futurelight; the stage design consisted of trussing from Alutruss and decorational elements from Europalms.
For the year 2017, a new benefit gala is already envisaged – the event will then take place for the fifth time. Steinigke Showtechnic will again support the work for the good cause with technical equipment.

For more information about the benefit musical gala, please see http://www.benefiz-musical-gala.de/. A video of the gala can be found here.

Find more information about our products at www.steinigke.de.

„Positively surprised“: Omnitronic PNM-6 convinces in test

August 26th, 2015 Posted in News, OMNITRONIC, Press releases

German trade magazine Soundcheck tested two Omnitronic PNM-6 studio monitors for its September issue. The verdict onthe studio monitors with only 7 kg weight was completely positive.

PNM-Monitor

After careful listening, the magazine stated that the PNM-6s don’t let their compact measurements be heard: „They sound bigger than they are. Especially the vehemence of the basses and low mids is amazing regarding the size of only six inches“. The fact that clipping, artefacts and reduction loss are clearly hearable, convinced the magazine: “The most important function of a studio monitor is accomplished, the PNM-6s relentlessly expose faults”.

Great price-performance ratio

Testers were not only enthusiastic about the clarity of the boxes, but also about the price-performance ratio: “Aside from the fact that the impact of these nearfields is fun, the clean frequency response allows an estimation of the basses on a level that usually must be paid with more money”.

Impressive performance

It’s not surprising that the result and the recommendation of the test arecompletely positive: „For little money you get a pair of boxes, which impress with a powerful bass section, good stereo positioning and excellent offset in depth. […] Anyone who is looking for a low priced pair of studio monitors, should definitely write the PNM-6s on his list”.

For more information on the PNM-6 and other monitors in this series, see http://eshop.steinigke.de/en/Omnitronic-PNM-Series/.