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Chroma-Q Debuts New Inspire XT at WFX 2017

Chroma-Q Debuts New Inspire XT at WFX 2017

The Chroma-Q® Inspire range of LED house lights provides users with the ability to change the look and feel of a venue by providing a range of whites, soft pastels, and bold saturates. It's bigger and brighter visit booth 307 for a demonstration.

Toronto, ON, September 14, 2017 The award winning Chroma-Q Inspire range welcomes its newest and eagerly anticipated addition: the Inspire XT. The fixture will debut at the Worship Facilities Conference and Expo (WFX) taking place in Dallas, Texas on October 11-12, 2017 (booth #307).

Incorporating all the features of the popular Inspire range of luminaires, including; fully homogenized beam, theatrical grade dimming and convection cooling, it boasts an impressive output of 9,544 hot lumens. The Inspire XT's range of beautiful whites, soft pastels and bold saturates provides for maximum creativity. Its ability to transform the look and feel of a space and engage an audience while subtly or boldly shaping an environment makes Inspire XT perfect for entertainment, Houses of Worship and architectural projects.

The XT is nearly twice as bright as the industry leading Inspire and uses DMX, allowing the fixture to dim smoothly through the range, particularly at low levels. Aside from being energy efficient, the Inspire XT is a low maintenance fixture delivering over 50,000 hours of life expectancy. Camera Friendly technology eliminates camera flicker, on even the most demanding HD camera.

For more information about the Chroma-Q XT visit: http://www.chroma-q.com/products/inspire-xt-led-house-light.asp

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