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Chamsys connects on-the-go LDs with MagicQ

Chamsys connects on-the-go LDs with MagicQ

Chamsys connects on-the-go LDs with MagicQ

Chamsys has expanded its Connect family of products with the addition of the MagicQ Compact Connect and MagicQ Compact Mini Connect. The Compact Connect products are intended for use by touring lighting designers or for installation into theatres, schools, clubs, studios and venues as an affordable solution offering quick tactile playback control in combination with the power of MagicQ software.

The new MagicQ Compact Connect products are PC/MAC /Linux-based programming interfaces that offer programmers, operators and lighting designers a “control-on-the-go” solution. By connecting to a PC or Mac via a USB-C Connector, users can run up to 64-universe shows on the MagicQ Compact Connect or MagicQ Compact Mini Connect, either of which fits within airline carry-on restrictions. The new products feature the same contemporary styling as the MagicQ MQ70 and MQ50 Compact Consoles and both products allow access to the MagicQ software package. In addition to the feature set on MagicQ Compact Mini Connect, the MagicQ Compact Connect features an additional 10 Playback Faders, eight Attribute Encoders and cue stack control buttons, as well as Network and 10Scene ports.

Additionally, Chamsys has unveiled the MagicQ MQ500 Stadium, a new control console designed to operate “at the highest level” of show control by enabling shows to be designed from concept to reality including lighting, media, LED and scenic design. It features dual multi-touch displays in full HD with an adjustable viewing angle and gesture support. The unit also has an inbuilt MagicVis 3D visualiser with high-quality beam and gobo rendering, and supports up to 200 universes onboard direct from the console without the need for external processing. The MagicHD media server runs on board, enabling pixel mapping to all 200 universes. Additionally, the desk includes an intensity wheel and 100mm split crossfaders for theatre control and incorporates 42 fader and executor playbacks for live busking.

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