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Hi Jim, Put all the dip switches in the "up" position. Then put the very first switch (#1) down. It should be "blue." Then put the dip #2 down. It should be a bit brighter blue. Finally put dip #3 down - that will be the brightest blue (dips #1, #2 & #3 down.) Dip #4 is green. So dips #4, #5 & #6 would be the brightest… see more Hi Jim, Put all the dip switches in the "up" position. Then put the very first switch (#1) down. It should be "blue." Then put the dip #2 down. It should be a bit brighter blue. Finally put dip #3 down - that will be the brightest blue (dips #1, #2 & #3 down.) Dip #4 is green. So dips #4, #5 & #6 would be the brightest green. And then dip #7 is red. There are just two positions for red, that's #7 plu #8. I believe dip #9 is simply an on/off switch. There are other types of combinations for the dip switches which will give you other colors, strobing and mutating colors (e.g. red > orange > green > blue > violet, etc.) However if you're getting nothing, then send your light back. see less
By Cat Fan on May 11, 2018
I'd go online and Search for manual. It should work any other dmx controller.
By Scott Macaluso on March 22, 2018
I thought I was buying a trip light. This is something like what bands use. I gave mine to my cousin who's in a band. Don't see why it couldn't be used as a spotlight. Lots of bulbs so its bright for sure.
By James H. on February 7, 2018
Sorry I'm not sure. I gave it to my cousin who is in a band for his light show. I would assume it had a 3 prong plug.
By James H. on February 7, 2018
I have no idea. It wasn't what I thought I was ordering. So I wasn't very happy. I have a cousin in a rock band so I gave it to him for Christmas. Sorry I wasn't more help.
By James H. on January 20, 2018
The Obey 3 and 4 are very basic controllers. The 3 can only accommodate a 3 channel fixture (channel 1-red, channel 2-blue, channel 3-green) and the obey 4 can control a 4 channel fixture but only if those 4 channels are 1-3 rgb (like the obey 3) and channel 4 white. The first of the 4 channels on these lights is the f… see more The Obey 3 and 4 are very basic controllers. The 3 can only accommodate a 3 channel fixture (channel 1-red, channel 2-blue, channel 3-green) and the obey 4 can control a 4 channel fixture but only if those 4 channels are 1-3 rgb (like the obey 3) and channel 4 white. The first of the 4 channels on these lights is the fade/strobe control then channels 2-4 are red, blue and green. The Obey 3 and 4 simply can not control these first channels. You'll need something like the Obey 40. see less
By Steve Fulton on January 15, 2018
Yes. There are several different auto settings that will allow for strobe, slow color change, and a constant color.
By Nick C on March 21, 2018
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By Fallon B.
May 16, 2017
I originally came and gave two stars because I thought the bracket mount wasn't there but I found it in the box - it was really wedged in and I didn't see it. I'm not seeing the original review I came back to edit so if it's still there, my apologies to the seller because this light is so fabulous and every bit worth the money spent! I bought this for home use just for fun and it is so, so fun!! Thank you!!! It lights up super bright, it lights up red, green, blue and then the red and blue lights together make purple. It reacts to the music playing - love it so much!
April 22, 2014
I am just starting to build a lighting rig, so I betted that the risk of cheap lights would be trumped by quantity... and it's worked ok so far. I bought four, and have just been playing with the chase mode and sound-activated mode for about two weeks, and they all function well. And, to my delight, all of the LEDs work. Admittedly, I still am looking for a DMX solution to run my system (I'm looking to use MIDI controllers through Ableton, then translated to DMX), so I can't speak for all of the circuitry, but I have been able to run a very simple "fading" demo with an Arduino with no problems so far on the side of the lights. The only critique would be that the mics can be very sensitive, so an typical adjustment of the sensitivity knob is the difference between changing on the beat and having a seizure. But I shouldn't be using this function often.
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