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  1. Littlite Lamp with Base and Dimmer
    $5815
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  2. Furman Gooseneck BNC Lamp
    Top Rated
    $2151
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  3. Littlite L-4/18 BNC Lamp with Base and Dimmer
    $8190
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  4. Littlite 18G
    $3189
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  5. Littlite X-LED XLR Gooseneck Light
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    From $7600
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    $66.88 +
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  6. Littlite 12G BNC Mixer Lamp
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    $3195
    Open Box:
    $28.12
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  7. American DJ Flat Par QA12XS RGBA LED Low Profile Wash Light
    $29999
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  8. Littlite LED Gooseneck Task Lamp
    $6250
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  9. Littlite 12G-HI BNC Lamp
    $4273
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  10. AirTurn BT-105 Wireless Pedal Controller Mixer Light
    $4999
    Excellent Condition
    Clearlake, TX
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  11. CHAUVET Professional Hurricane 700 Mixer Light
    $3999
    Good Condition
    Tyler, TX
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  12. MBT FM770 Mixer Light
    $6999
    Good Condition
    Tyler, TX
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  13. Peavey QBII Mixer Light
    $8999
    Fair Condition
    Cincinnati, OH
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Performance venues are pretty dark places, and the studio can be as well, if you want the lights down in the control room to reduce distractions for the artists in the live room. But even when the dimmer is low, you still need a clear view of your mixing console and equipment - and that's when mixer and gig lights come in really handy. Attach a few of these little guys to your hardware and you'll always be able to see it, and since they're directional, low-intensity lighting, they'll sail right beneath the audience's radar. Plus, they're super small and flexible, so you can transport them easily and position them exactly where you need them.

Mixer and gig lights are also useful right on the stage, wherever there's equipment that can use them. For instance, if your onstage power feed is coming from a supply rack with a Furman power conditioner, you can stick the Furman Gooseneck BNC Lamp right on the back of it to make the rear panel easier to see. And that's just one of many BNC lights available to choose from: another top seller is the Littlite 12G-HI BNC Lamp. It can attach to any BNC connector, which makes it a plug-and-play fit for any gear equipped with one.

But maybe you're looking for something that doesn't rely on a specific connection being available? In that case, check out the Littlite Lamp with Base and Dimmer 12 in.: it plugs into any AC outlet and has an onboard dimmer built-in so it's easy to adjust the brightness no matter where you put it. If it's a rack you need to light up, you could also consider the Nady Dual Gooseneck LED Rack Light. This twin light occupies a single rack slot and has slots cut into its faceplate so it doubles as a vent to help keep your equipment cool.

Wherever your mixer and gig lights are going, you can definitely count on them to brighten things up. That's their job, after all, and they do it well. With gear as straightforward as this, it really is that simple: just plug in the light, switch it on, flex the neck into position and get on with the show. Lighting may seem like a forgettable thing, but the truth is that it's important to making use of your gear in any environment, so it's totally worth a little attention (and a little is all it takes).
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