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Claypaky goes back to the drawing board with Sinfonya Profile 600

Claypaky goes back to the drawing board with Sinfonya Profile 600

Claypaky goes back to the drawing board with Sinfonya Profile 600

Claypaky has unveiled a new series of LED fixtures which it proclaims drastically increases the performance levels over previous models. The series kicks off with the launch of the Sinfonya Profile 600, a low-noise moving head lighting fixture for theatre use that can be used both on lighting rigs but also sits equally well in the small niches around the stage frame.

According to the manufacturer, the Sinfonya is the first fixture for a long time not to reuse or recycle any existing components. “It is the first pure theatre fixture for Claypaky, we wanted it to be special and we are thrilled with its performance,” commented Claypaky product portfolio manager Giovanni Zucchinali. “It definitely puts down a marker to the rest of the industry and to have a fixture with such smooth control at under 30dB is incredible, we are sure it will be welcomed by the market and can’t wait to hear customer feedback.”

The fixture boasts several standout new features. Achieved by redesigning the cooling system alongside the removal of the base fan, Tonedown ensures that even at full output, the unit noise is just 27dB. Accuframe is a new framing system using just two focal planes as opposed to the traditional four, reportedly saving time in programming and when refocusing. It’s said to be “40 times more precise” than traditional framing systems.

The enhanced performance of a new proprietary Optical system has enabled the manufacturer to increase the aspect ratio to 1:12, resulting in a true 5° to 60° beam angle on stage. New firmware governing the multicolour engine also enables more precise colour control.

Using the new Calibration feature in conjunction with the Claypaky CloudIO software lets users align any fixtures on stage for a performance to the same light output and colour temperature levels. Older fixtures can have their colour sampled and measured before being imported using the “digital filter option” and replicated in Sinfonya for better consistency on stage.

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