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KAM PARBAR REM1 Portable DMX Lighting System with remote & footswitch

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RichardH
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KAM PARBAR REM1 Portable DMX Lighting System with remote & footswitch

Post by RichardH »

£125 (Finnbass discount price) or offers around that amount.

KAM partybar with case, stand, footswitch and remote control. All working fully, light use (only seen a few gigs). Always transported in the case.

DMX 512 compatible / 15 channels
Onboard full colour mixing
Manual strobe speed adjust
Each lamp has 108 RGB LEDs (36 red, 36 green and 36 blue)
Individual lamp tilt and swivel
T-bar incorporates controller / blue LED display controller
Padded rig bag and 4 pedal foot controller
Stand and stand bag
Sets up in just 3 minutes!

You are welcome to collect or to arrange your own shipping if you wish, but it looks like because of the size, shipping would be around £22 (insured).

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Also up on eBay (from 7:30pm this evening)
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/183438630727
It's a bugger getting inside the horn when you've got the array supports in place, isn't it!

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Post by redroque »

cracking kit - I've had 2 of these for years!

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Post by fender »

Hi Richard, Is this still for sale? Best Wishes, John

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Post by RichardH »

Hi John, sorry, no - I stuck it on eBay and it went a little while ago.
It's a bugger getting inside the horn when you've got the array supports in place, isn't it!

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Post by fender »

Ah well, no worries, thanks anyway!

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