The Duet2 is the professional music stand light with double the brightness of its predecessor! The included AC adapter provides an added benefit for orchestras and bands using controlled lighting. The... Read More
The Duet2 is the professional music stand light with double the brightness of its predecessor! The included AC adapter provides an added benefit for orchestras and bands using controlled lighting. The Duet2 lights more than two pages of sheet music!ABS
Reviewed by 12 customers
I need this light for use in my home studio and occasionally for performing. You get four lighting options with two lights on each side. It provides a wide spread of light, so 2-3 pages of sheet music is not a problem. The clip is sturdy and holds securely to my music stand. The only down side if you plan to use it for live performances is that you need to place it carefully so that the light doesn't shine toward the audience. Not a problem for me. I consider some of those that are designed with a shield to block the audience side but I don't like what I see in the reviews for the battery powered versions. The old standby, Manhassett plug in is still the best if you can live with the plug and can't have light shining toward the audience.
I the wee hours of the morning whist my wife is asleep, the Mighty Bright Light enables me to read my charts. It's flexible, durable, easy to store, and affordable! If only my fellow musicians were as cooperative...
Friends gave excellent advice recommending this high-functioning light source for music and, well, any activity for which concentrated light is needed for a small area. I love that it can have two light levels in each of its two flexible arms, and the possibility of four levels in all because of the ability to put the light precisely where needed. It's small, black and has a minimalist feel, always fashionable for musicians! Yes, the clip is a bit weak, but I hope the manufacturer pays attention to these reviews as I get the impression they are committed to quality. The energy conservationist in me really appreciates being able to plug in. As a wanderer, I love being able to take this device on the road, and especially off-road anywhere with its three-battery source. This is my first music light. Need I look further?! I'll get back with a durability report in a year or two.
I purchased the Mighty Brighty for myself to use on my piano. Loved it so much I bought one for my partner to clip onto his guitar. Also purchased one for my brother who plays accordion. We don't have adequate light under the car port when I am grilling so I clip the LED onto my apron!!! It is also very useful when the electicity goes out. It has many uses. Buy one. Be creative!!!!
I use this product to illuminate notes and patch settings on my VG-99 on dark stages. I love the fact that it uses batteries so there is one less AC cord to plug in. It works well for me!
Picked this up for myself as the new band I'm in has music I don't have memorized quite yet. This is the perfect setup for gigs of any kind. Virtually idiot-proof, each light has a button on top of it, click one for full bright, click again for half bright (each light head has two LED's, both for full bright, one for half), and click one more time for off. I love the fact that it can be powered by the included AC adapter or three AAA batteries. Clamp could be a bit stronger but it really necessary, you could just wedge a piece of foam or something between the clamps and tape it in place. But I haven't had any problems with it falling or anything like that.
This is the ONLY way to go. My roommate keyboard player got one, said it KILLED. He had tried the one with no AC adaptor. Not nearly as bright. So I bought this one. Lighting guys LOVE me, because it cuts down on the light coming from the bandstand, and my music is so much more lit up. Clean and even. I don't really need the high setting all the time, but at clubs gigs I do. Just like everything else, LED's rock. No more bulbs. Even the price has come down. DO NOT get anything else.
I use every week for pubs, clubs, and various venues. Best, cost-effective lighting I have found for a music stand as you rarely have enough light at a gig. Two LEDs per arm make this very versatile for amount of light you need. If you look at cheaper versions, don't skimp on the $5 or $10 dollars. It won't come close to the Mighty Bright Duet2 if you have similar needs as mine.
These are great for clubs that have very little or no light in the DJ booth. The light looks cool on my setup and there is two light settings to choose from.
Generally I'm pleased. I think the light could be improved if it was a little brighter and the cord on the adapter was longer. Six feet of cord makes me still need an extension cord. I like that it has two lights for each page. The light coverage is better that way. The clipping to the stand is not that stable. It likes to slide around. A more secure clipping part would improve the product.
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