Martin MX10 230V Extreme Output Professional Scanner

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martin mx-10 Martin MX10 230V Extreme Output Professional Scanner
Launched recently at the PLASA exhibition in London, Martin Professional offers a high speed, 250-watt scanner packed with power, colors, gobos and more. The unique world of the nightclub demands cutting-edge products. And they dont come more cutting-edge than the MX-10....

The MX-10 combines a top quality achromatic lens system with a full 250 watts of power to produce unprecedented brightness for a scanner in its class. The MX-10 also breaks new ground in speed and agility. High velocity pan/tilt, and an improved shutter design make this the fastest scanner out there. Ideal for use in larger disco and nightclub environments, the MX-10 houses 12 replaceable colors with split colors possibilities, 8 rotating gobo patterns, and a rotating 3-facet prism. For added flexibility, the prism, gobos and colors are all replaceable, allowing the MX-10 to be tailored to a wide variety of environments.


* 250W MSD lamp
* Achromatic lens system
* High velocity pan/tilt movement
* Gobo indexing
* 12 replaceable colors + open and split positions
* 8 replaceable gobos + open
* Gobo indexing
* Dimmer/shutter
* Interchangeable rotating prism
* Remote focus
* Housing: UV reistant and fiber reinforced
* Control via DMX 512 or hand-held IR remote control in stand-alone mode
* 2 Year Limited Warranty

Additional Information

ManufacturerMartin Professional
Product ConditionNew - On Clearance

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