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Is a Quickq 10 a good board for busking?

PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 10:47 am
by namie69
I've been looking at intermediate boards, and one I've found in my price range is a Chamsys Quickq 10. I primarily light bands/live shows and need a good board for busking. Is this board a good option for that?
mostly a matter of the size of your rig. it only supports one universe out of the box. it's a very simplified console, honestly i'm not sure if i'd be comfortable with it as my primary for busking.

Re: Is a Quickq 10 a good board for busking?

PostPosted: Wed Aug 14, 2019 11:15 am
by ChamSys.be
QuickQ10 is not made for Moving lights, then you need QuickQ20.
Is it a good choice? Depends on what you want to do. Contact your local distributor and ask for a demo!

Re: Is a Quickq 10 a good board for busking?

PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2019 9:19 pm
by MrBee
You can buy QuickQ 10
There is only one difference
Not 10 faders multifunction
Only 2 caser and 1 cue stack

For bands it's OK with 1 Universe.
You only need a few lighting scenes and maybe one or two running lights / Caser ...
Cue-Stack are for theater or musical

You can spontaneously operate 20 lamps with FAder Parcan or LED
and you can program 20 lighting moods.

many heads or LEDs have built-in programs.
You can even do great shows with an old 24-channel dimmer light desk.
Costs only 300.-

Patch dimmer on 1 channel and patch effects on one channel
and you can even control 12 LEDs with a 24-channel console.

Patch dimmer on channel 1 and patch color wheel on channel 2 and patch moving macros on channel 3.
That gives 8 moving heads on an old dimmer light desk.

With clever logic is very much possible for little money :-)