Mighty Bright's ultimate Orchestra Light uses a combination of modern LED technology and precisely engineered optics. It's one of the brightest, most efficient, most versatile music stand lights on th... Read More
Mighty Bright's ultimate Orchestra Light uses a combination of modern LED technology and precisely engineered optics. It's one of the brightest, most efficient, most versatile music stand lights on the market. 9, single-state LED lights (that never require replacement) illuminate up to 4 pages of sheet music and an easy-access power switch controls 2 brightness levels.
The music light's sturdy, proprietary spring clip creates a solid and simple attachment to music stands while an integrated fin keeps light from distracting the audience. Precise light location adjustments are easy with the Orchestra Light's flexible gooseneck and an extra-long power cord (13') that allows for placement far away from an available outlet. The Orchestra Light is powered either by an AC adapter or 3 AA batteries, both included.
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I am a church choir who works in a church with unreliable lighting. I bought this light because it's small enough to fit in my gig bag and easy to set up in a hurry when the sanctuary lights aren't working. It's just what I needed. I can use it with the batteries if I need it for just one piece or I can plug it in if I want more time. Caution: it's a battery "hog" so plan to plug it in if you're going to be using it for an entire rehearsal or for more than a few minutes. It's also a good idea to carry extra batteries in the carrying case.
Some clip-on light don't stage!. This 9-LED orchestra light provides added illumination to highlight up to four sheets of music easily while the back shade keeps the glare from unwanted audience attention!. Light dime!. Powered by batteries or included AC adapter!.
I bought two of these Orchestra Lights to go with my orchestra stands that I use for reading pages of guitar tablature. The light from one was barely illuminating one page. Two of them barely lit two pages of music on the stand. The light was a cheap bluish color, and made it difficult to try to read the tab. I did some research, and found that cheap LED lighting uses LED's that produce bluish light. Good quality LED's produce white light. On top of all that, the on/off switch broke within turning it on and off by the third time I turned it on. Stay away from these lights. They are neither MIGHTY or BRIGHT.
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