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The MAC Krypton is a high performance profile with a separate gobo and color wheel, an achromatic lens system and a rotating prism. It also offers full electronic dimming, strobe effects and temperature-controlled fan cooling for quiet operation. Conventional Fixtures.
Moving Heads and LEDs. Strobes and Blinders. A cutting edge LED profile fixture with no peers.
Clay Paky Miniscan A powerful and compact projector packed with graphic features, excellent luminous efficiency and outstanding versatility, making it a great all round solution. It also provides built-in automated and sound activated programs and a variable speed pulse effect.
A powerful and rugged W high impact strobe with a long-life Xenon lamp, continuous blinder effect with auto fade and quiet temperature controlled fan cooling with integrated heat control. Martin Professional's groundbreaking W moving head fixture, the MAC Profile, has been thoroughly updated both inside and out, spawning two new versions. Retooled for greater performance and featuring an all-new look that lighting professionals will find pleasingly familiar, the MAC is now available in either the full-featured MAC Entour or the leaner MAC Krypton.
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Either way, the MAC is better than ever, say Martin. The driving force behind the new versions is the world leading technology and efficient design of the MAC The new MAC series, however, comes in a smaller size and at a lower price. The MAC Krypton features a number of significant changes including a new optical system for brighter output and improved image quality, new gobo patterns, improved movement, all-new design and more.
The host of updates means the MAC Krypton is even more suited to a variety of markets - the club and installation market, retail and leisure applications, special events and more. A new and improved glass reflector produces extremely high light output - more than competitive products using condenser based optical systems.