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With teens in the house, there are times when we have some fun with music. One of my sons started commenting that he wished we had something that would create a ‘light show’ of sorts to use in our downstairs ‘rec’ room space. Some of the options he saw included speakers and were a bit out of his price range. Thanks to a more moderately priced Party LED Stage Light we were sent to review, we can have a dance party whenever the mood strikes!
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About the Party LED Stage Light
The DMX-512 Color-changing Disco Party Led Stage Light (White) is the particular unit we were sent. It has built-in 18W red, orange, white, green, blue, purple bulbs. Just under 1 pound in weight, the light unit can be mounted to the wall or ceiling if desired or taken with you. A built-in fan runs for heat dissipation. Also, you can use a DMX 3-Pin cable to link up to 12 lights together to run in sync.
Thoughts on the Party LED Stage Light
My boys have mixed feelings about this unit. Overall, there’s definite excitement as it is quite fun to turn off most of the lights and watch the unit project the different colors onto the white wall and ceiling in our downstairs. The slightly negative feelings come from one child who is quite sensitive to light who commented that placement of the unit at times ‘hurt’ his eyes. Additionally, the amount of light produced is limited with only one unit. In a small space, I think it works fine. However, if you have a large room or want to bring party lights to a larger venue, you’ll need more than one unit strung together.
Additionally, the amount of light produced is limited with only one unit. In a small space, I think it works fine. If you have a large room or want to bring party lights to a larger venue, you’ll need more than one unit strung together. Reading reviews of the white versus black housing, it appears that an output of a little extra “glow” is common with the while housing. For our home, if I wanted to mount the unit the white housing is what I’d prefer.
Overall, this is a relatively low-cost point for someone wanting to have that disco lights experience in their home or at events where you bring this unit.
Do your kids like to have dance parties in the home?