Chauvet Rogue RH1 Hybrid A Hit At Bandit
When Albert and Berenice Chauvet gave Bandit Chair Michael T. Strickland a personal demo of their newest brainchild, the Rogue RH1 Hybrid early in 2015, little did anyone know it would quickly lead to a large Bandit purchase of these fine units.
Following the demo, Bandit TSD Director and technical guru Jake Tickle analysed the light and put it through the paces.
“The Chauvet Rogue RH1 Hybrid is a great fixture with a versatile feature set, high output at a very attractive price,” said Tickle. “The much talked about dual prism feature sets it apart from the rest of the pack.”
Finally, Bandit provided a complete road test and quickly realised that not only was the Rogue RH1 Hybrid a dynamic, impactful fixture, but it was extremely road worthy as well.
With 40 Hybrids out with LD Andy Knighton and Designer Drew Gnagey on Rascal Flatts, as well as 100 units out with designer Keith Hoagland on Jason Aldean, Bandit is also using Hybrids on assorted one offs and special events.
The adaptable fixture goes from a pencil beam effect to a full blown wash with a big dynamic range. Perhaps most unique selling point for the Hybrid is the fact it has two rotating prisms that can be used simultaneously, giving the designer phenomenal aerial effects, an effect currently found in no other fixture.
“The team at Chauvet has produced a fixture like no other, and their always perfect back up and support make the investment for Bandit an easy choice,” said Strickland. “The future of lighting is always advancing, and Bandit is pleased to have Chauvet as one of their partners moving ahead.”
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