Review: ETC Source Four LED Fixtures

Posted on Thursday, August 9th, 2012

As the LED craze took over the entertainment industry, one of the most frequently-asked questions was, “When will ETC’s Source Four go LED?” At ETC’s CUE, a conference for end-users held in the company’s hometown, Middleton, WI, in July, 2011, the answer came as CEO Fred Foster took the stage and started talking about color. Lo and behold, what started out looking like the beam of a Source Four fixture began to change color.

That particular Source Four LED prototype was hidden away in the ceiling, but within six months, ETC was ready to introduce its Source Four LED line to the world.

There are now three versions of the Source Four LED: the Daylight, Tungsten and Lustr+. The first two are standard white fixtures, color-corrected for daylight (5600K) or tungsten (3000K). The Lustr + is based on the Selador 7-color mixing system, with Red, White, Amber, Green, Cyan, Blue and Indigo LEDs.

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