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Soundlab 4' Blacklight Cage Fitting

Rugged cage fitting for disco and stage use.

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Album name:Tom / Surface Fluorescent Luminaires
Power Consumption:36/40w
Overall Length:4'
Cap Type:G13
Comments:I've got 2 of these I use on my disco rig. Very well built units! Switchstart gear. Captive mains cable.
Date / Code:2008
Country Of Origin:China (European components!)
Filesize:142 KiB
Date added:May 06, 2012
Dimensions:1024 x 363 pixels
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chanceskydiver   [May 06, 2012 at 10:03 PM]
That is nice never seen one like that before
Tom   [May 06, 2012 at 10:30 PM]
Cheers. These things really are built like tanks! If it was'nt for the 'MADE IN CHINA' markings you would'nt know! There's even metal wire supprt clips welded into the inside body for the internal wiring! @Kev, put some of these up in a school gym and challenge the kids to kick a ball at them!!! LOL
Tom   [May 07, 2012 at 12:28 AM]
One thing I must confess... SoundLab is considered the cheap end of the DJ market hence it's laughed upon in the mobile disco fraternity! It is to DJ gear what Eterna is to lighting! But if you can see past the rest of their awful offerings these are far from bad! Some strategically placed black PVC tape over the logo puts paid to that!! Most DJs are ditching the trusty old BLB tubes in favour of LED alternatives. But we know who's having the last laugh.... Oh and whilst I'm at it, they also make a 400w mercury version! It's like a beefed up low bay fitting with a hanging bracket!
Tom   [Jul 05, 2013 at 10:29 PM]
Found out last week these have been discontinued in favour of blacklight LED units... Sad
Kev   [Jul 05, 2013 at 10:38 PM]
Led BLB interesting??

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