Chamsys really did good with Magic Q and the ability to get hands on with a PC Wing makes the whole experience even better. A well constructed and tour proof solution to simple computer based lighting control.
The Chamsys flightcase is very compact and lends itself to footwells and overhead storage compartments very well.
The MagicQ PC Wing provides an immensely powerful PC based console in a compact size. Ideal for use by touring Lighting Designers, or for installing into theatres, clubs, and venues, the MagicQ PC Wing is the PC solution of choice for controlling lighting, video and LED.
Tracking / non-tracking option
Fixture, FX and gel library
In-built fixture editor
In-built media engine
LED pixel mapping
Fixture morphing and cloning
Rainbow colour picker (CMY, RGB, HSI)
Individual fade times on any channel
Easy fanning of parameters and times
Configurable faders – HTP, LTP, speed, size, masters
Theatre mark cues, split fades and inhibit masters
Client/server network architecture
Multiple console playback tracking
In-built web server
Remote console control
Visualiser support (including patch transfer)
Architectural zoning and day/date support
MIDI & SMPTE option
Optional Flight Case
Number of fixtures: Up to 16384
Cue Stacks: 2000
Media Server support: 50 (each different content)
Direct DMX512 ports: 2
Dimmable LED console lamps: 1
Remote trigger input: 1
Security lock fixing: 1
Choice of colours: Blue
Universal Power Supply: 110 to 240 VAC
"Our company has been working in the corporate entertainment industry for over ten years and have worked with many different technical suppliers. The Phonophobia team are the height of professionalism and the most conscientious company out there. The technical staff are highly skilled, hard working and easy to communicate with and the equipment is all maintained to the highest standards. The support and backup offered in between contracts is invaluable to us and correspondence is picked up and replied to immediately. It's a pleasure and a breath of fresh air working with Mark and the Phonophobia team. We would never think to call anyone else."