Gearooz is proud to be bringing the digiBLOX to your modern set up! This state of the art digiBLOX system from Abstract provides DJ’s with a simple and effortless solution for adding LED pixel mapping effects to their lightshows.
The DigiBLOX 25 Panel is a colourful compact 5x5 matrix of individually controllable RGB LED’s for low resolution visual effects. It has wide angle close proximity viewing with optional enhanced daylight application.
They are bright and versatile allowing eye catching effects and unique colour changing displays to be created via a range of built in programs. The 4 button LED display menu on top of the digidrive unit can be used to select control modes and choose static colours. Strobing effects can be triggered alongside the ability to black out panels without needing access to the drive itself.
The all in one kit includes 6 digiblox, 25 panels, a digidrive control unit and a digipad remote control; this gives users everything they need to create pixel mapped effects straight out of the box.
170 degree viewing angles, anti glare and condensed pixel mode are some of the features contained in these black coated steel blocks. With a 4mm perspex face and dimensions of 165mm x 165mm x 38mm, this slender and condensed design is ideal for easy transportation.
The panels are pre-wired and can be plugged directly into the digidrive. They can be connected to your own DMX 512 controller or connected to the remote provided and the palm- sized 5 button remote connects to the digidrive via the DMX input XLR socket.
The digidrive is lightweight and houses connections for 6 panels as well as DMX in/out connections and a power socket.
Abstract leaves it up to the user how they wish to set up and display their panels to create an instant light show. The digiBlOX can be interlocked to form a large panel adding ‘wow’ factor to any light display and perfect as a back -drop for your DJ booth!
Order the 6 LED pixel mapping panels and controller kit online now for only £599 and get free UK delivery or next day delivery for just £5.
Here is the 2015 BPM video of the Abstract digiBLOX in action!