The Source Four LED Series 2 Lustr array reaches new heights in the LED color spectrum, achieving stunningly bold hues and making tinted colors and whites nearly twice as bright as before.
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Source Four LED luminaires are the best of both worlds: the familiarity and optics of the trusted Source Four® brand, combined with the efficiency and color control of the Selador® Desire® line of LED luminaires.
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With more than 3 million units illuminating venues around the globe, Source Four fixtures have redefined the lighting industry. No other fixtures provide such power or imaging excellence. With a range of choices, there is a Source Four for every lighting position.
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Source Four HIDs, track & canopy lighting and other fixtures designed specifically for architectural installations...indoors and out.
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Designed with the expansive color-mixing capabilities of the x7 Color System™, the Desire line creates beautiful, multidimensional light for any application. Offering ultra-smooth dimming, an intuitive user-interface, and settings to customize light performance, Desire luminaires don't compromise on performance.
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Selador Classic striplights feature the most complete color spectrum available - the x7 Color System™ - and mix up to seven LED colors for warm and cool tones, subtle tints, brilliant pastels and vibrant jewel tones.
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Discover why Source Four-brand lighting fixtures are still the first choice of entertainment-lighting professionals worldwide. Learn about the award-winning history and consult our detailed photometrics page for helpful facts and figures. Finally, take a look at the EDLT page to find out about this potent accessory for all of your Source Four fixtures.
ETC lights Les Misérables
When acclaimed theatrical lighting designer Ken Billington brought his magic to the new touring production of the Tony Award-winning musical Les Misérables this summer, he relied on ETC’s Eos and Ion consoles for full-rig lighting control.
Source Four PARs light England's famed Ripon Cathedral
80 ETC Source Four® PAR lighting fixtures have been used in the award-winning refurbishment of the historic Ripon Cathedral in North Yorkshire, England.
ETC Congo jr completes Damien Rice tour
Lighting designer Emma Westerberg has just finished off her year-long worldwide tour with Damien Rice and her ETC Congo jr, saying she remains delighted with the lighting control console.
ETC Unison Paradigm gives integrated lighting control to Helsinki Music Centre
ETC recently installed three separate Unison Paradigm control systems at the new Helsinki Music Centre in Finland.
CBN TV studios upgrade to ETC Selador LED lighting
One of the longest-running programs in broadcast history, CBN’s The 700 Club, had been using an analog lighting system for much of its run -- the last 30 of 45 on-air years. The show, which is accessible to 1.5 billion people around the world and airs weekdays, was due for a technical overhaul – from lighting fixtures to control.
ETC lights South African tour of Rent
ETC, through dealer Prosound, has supplied equipment for the South African production of Rent, which opened at the Alexander Theatre in Johannesburg, South Africa, in July, and has now gone on tour across the country.
ETC at Avignon Festival, France
The famed Avignon Festival, in the south of France, has been running for over 60 years.
Lighting the Dalai Lama with ETC gear
One doesn’t have the opportunity to light a world spiritual figure often.
California Science Center, Los Angeles
ETC lighting and control products are key to illuminating the diverse exhibits, offices and architecture in the California Science Center’s new 165,000-square-foot Ecosystems wing, open to the public as of March 25, 2010.
National WWII Museum, New Orleans, LA
The National World War II Museum’s new 70,000-square-foot $60-million complex, comprised of The Solomon Victory Theater, Stage Door Canteen, and The American Sector restaurant opened November 6, 2009, part of the Museum’s $300-million expansion.
ETC gives healthy dose of lighting to Dole TV
In 2006, the Dole Foods Corporation decided to extend its message of healthy living by opening the Westlake Village Studios, a 40,000-square-foot TV broadcast facility that is part of the Four Seasons Westlake Village Hotel in California.
Revelations, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater
When the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater was preparing for its latest world tour, lighting director Al Crawford wanted to get the best and most advanced lighting control system on the market. So he chose the award-winning ETC Eos to replace the dance company’s older Obsession® II console, also from ETC.
ETC lights Disney’s High School Musical: On Stage
The Disney Channel’s blockbuster original movie High School Musical has become a phenomenon across the country and is creating more buzz with its live version, High School Musical: On Stage.
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