Revolutionize Your Rig with Two New LED Drapes

SUNRISE, Fla - Chauvet, a leading manufacturer of LED lighting, announces the release of two new LED drapes that will drastically change the appearance of your setup and add life to any event: MotionDrape LED and MotionFacade LED. Turn a bland background into one with pizzazz with the MotionDrape LED backdrop and make your DJ booth pop with the MotionFacade LED front board drape system.

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MotionDrape LED and MotionFacade LED include sound activated and automatic programs and can be operated using eight channels of DMX or in stand-alone mode. Both drapes allow you to control the speed of all patterns as well as their static color selection.

MotionDrape LED is an animated 9.8-by-6.5 foot backdrop drape powered by 176 high output, tri-colored SMD LEDs for full, color-mixing capabilities and wide viewing angles. This drape features 30 eye-catching motion graphics, ranging from a multicolored rain effect to a graphic equalizer effect, and also includes dimming capabilities.

MotionFacade LED is a perfect companion to MotionDrape LED. MotionFacade LED is an animated, 6.5-by-3.3 foot front board drape system powered by 66 high output, tri-colored SMD LEDs. MotionFacade LED has the same great built in motion graphics as the MotionDrape LED, which are accessible in standalone mode or via DMX for a synchronized show.

For added convenience, MotionDrape LED has grommets on all four sides to make installation a breeze and is designed to hang perfectly on the Chauvet CH-31 portable trussing system. MotionFacade LED includes grommets, hanging loops and Velcro to allow for multiple mounting options. Both drapes are crafted from certified flame retardant velour fabric and include a free bag to simplify storage and transport.

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