Freedom Par Tri-6 and Freedom Par Quad-4 by CHAUVET DJ

The Freedom™ Par Tri-6 is the basic model in the next generation of the Freedom™ Par family. It is powerful, bright, and truly 100% wireless with a rechargeable battery and a built-in D-Fi™ transceiver. The Freedom™ Par Tri-6 has 18 watts of RGB color mixing for a variety of color effects and punchy light. It can be operated with the control panel, the included IRC-6 remote, or from any mobile device running the FlareCON™ mobile app. The Freedom™ Par Tri-6 fits perfectly inside TRUSST® and all other 12″ box truss, and travels stylishly in the CHAUVET® CHS-FR4 Gear Bag.

The Freedom™ Par Quad-4 is the next model up in the next generation of the Freedom™ Par family. It is powerful, bright and, truly 100% wireless with a rechargeable battery and a built-in D-Fi™ transceiver. The Freedom™ Par Tri-6 has 20 watts of RGBA color mixing for that extra richness and variety that amber adds to colors and effects. It can be operated with the control panel, the included IRC-6 remote, or from any mobile device running the FlareCON™ mobile app. The Freedom™ Par Quad-4 fits perfectly inside TRUSST® and all other 12″ box truss, and travels stylishly in the CHAUVET® CHS-FR4 Gear Bag.

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