HedgeHog 4 Lighting Console
Posted on Friday, November 29th, 2013
Like its namesake, the new HedgeHog 4 Lighting Console from High End Systems possesses the flexibility and functionality to excel in a wide range of settings from nightclubs and corporate productions, to churches, theaters, and other small-to-mid-sized budget applications where lighting professionals require a proficient and ergonomic control surface, the company says.
HedgeHog 4 is the littlest of the range and still packs quite a punch. It runs the same software as all the other Hogs and even comes with ArtNet and CITP capabilities. Designed for small to mid level shows, it is compact, lightweight and easy to take on a plane!
Running on Linux, it is fast, stable and ready to Hog. Whether being used in a school theatre, nightclub, corporate event, medium scale rental job or House of Worship, this is the perfect console. Retaining the same programming layout as its larger brother, the Road Hog 4, as well as being able to load showfiles from any of the range (and vice versa) means that this compact console is extremely flexible and easy to use.
•Robust Hog 4 Operating Software
•Unlimited number of simultaneous crossfades
•One internal 12-inch wide touch screen
•4 encoders for an expanded wheelset
•Twelve User Keys
•Ten playback faders
•Two fixed universes of DMX 512 and up to 4 universes of DMX 512 over ArtNet or sACN
•Fixture-Net Ethernet connector
•Internal Solid State hard disk drive
•Two USB ports for Wholehog wings and other accessories
•Auto-ranging mains input (100-240VAC)
•Dust cover included
•Optional Custom Road Case
•MIDI Input and Output, MIDI Show Control and MIDI Time Code via optional external widget
•Supports peripherial hardware