BeamZ Mini Mushroom LED Disco Light

Regular Price £91.99 Special test Price £74.99
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BeamZ Mini Mushroom LED Disco Light
( FFA2961 )

( FFA2961 )

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Regular Price £91.99 Special test Price £74.99
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Key Features

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  • BeamZ Mini Mushroom Disco Light
  • 6x 3W RGBWA bright LEDs
  • Sound activated with sensitivity
  • Auto mode with adjustable speed
  • Plug and Play
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Product Description

The BeamZ Mini Mushroom is an instant classic effects light design with it's multi lens dome bucking the trend of most flat faced LED disco lights.

Ideal for mobile DJs or exciting as disco lights for home users, the Mini Mushroom is powered by 6x 3W RGBWA LEDs that give it a stunning colour palette to push out of it's 15 large lenses, producing an dazzling array of scatter beams and rotating pattern effects.

House party lights Don't get much better than this, with up to 90 vivid light beams in solid and mixed colours, with variable rotation patterns and speed changes.

Simple plug and play operation makes these disco party lights a joy to use, with choice of superb pre-programmed auto shows or classic sound-to-light activation ensuring that you get the most from the Mini Mushroom.

With it's lightweight plastic enclosure and metal hanging bracket for convenient lighting bar mounting, this is yet another classic disco light from BeamZ.

FEATURES
Features
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  • 6x 3W RGBWA bright LEDs
  • Sound activated with adjustable sensitivity
  • Auto mode with adjustable speed
  • Plug & Play with no need for an external controller
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SPECIFICATIONS
Specifications
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  • Power: 18W
  • Number of LEDs: 6x 3W RGBWA
  • Colours: Red, Green, Blue, White, Amber
  • Power supply: 100-240VAC / 50-60Hz
  • Dimensions: 250 x 190 x 190mm
  • Weight: 1.2kg
  • MPN: 153.675
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