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Genaray SpectroLED-14 Three Light Kit (120 VAC/12 VDC)

BH #GESPAD75Q • MFR #SP-AD75-3KII
Genaray SpectroLED-14 Three Light Kit (120 VAC/12 VDC)
Key Features
  • 2 x 5600K SpectroLED-14 LED Light
  • 1 x 5600K SpectroLED-9 LED Light
  • 3 x Impact AC Light Stand
  • 2 x Remote Dimmer
The SpectroLED-14 Three Light Kit (120 VAC/12 VDC) by Genaray includes two 14" LED lights, one 9" LED light, diffusers, cables, power sources and three light stands. Two wired remote dimmers and a 5.4' Mini Boom and a 5/8" Stud adapter complete the kit. The 14.5" 10-100% dimming SpectroLED 14 fixture has a 60° beam angle and a color temperature of 5600K. 1144 LEDs output an impressive brightness equivalent many times its nominal 75W rating. The smaller 9.5" diameter SpectroLED 9 has the same dimming qualities, power efficiency and color temperature.
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Genaray SP-AD75-3KII Overview

The SpectroLED-14 Three Light Kit (120 VAC/12 VDC) by Genaray includes two 14" LED lights, one 9" LED light, diffusers, cables, power sources and three light stands. Two wired remote dimmers and a 5.4' Mini Boom and a 5/8" Stud adapter complete the kit. The 14.5" 10-100% dimming SpectroLED 14 fixture has a 60° beam angle and a color temperature of 5600K. 1144 LEDs output an impressive brightness equivalent many times its nominal 75W rating. The smaller 9.5" diameter SpectroLED 9 has the same dimming qualities, power efficiency and color temperature.

In a field dominated by rectangular or square arrays Genaray has made the wise choice to make their studio lights circular. Not only does the increased surface area have more wrap-around light characteristics but the shape renders pleasing, natural-looking catchlights in your subject's eyes. And if you're doing portraiture you can soften the SpectroLED output while widening its native 60 degree coverage by slipping the included 3/4 stop diffusion sock over the reflector. Heat is never a concern since the cool-running SpectroLED 9 and 14 are barely warm to the touch. Another way to soften the quality of light is the umbrella socket that's built into the mounts. You can use reflective or translucent umbrellas for bounce or shoot-through effects. The socket accepts 7.0 or 8.0 mm shafts and has a 65 degree tilting range for perfect placement.

Power is provided by the included 120 VAC Power Supply/Adapters. The inclusion of cigarette lighter adapter cords also give you the option of using 12V batteries for convenience or location shooting. You can run the your SpectroLED-14 for approximately 70 minutes on an average fully charged battery and the SpectroLED-9 for up to 300 minutes. Not only are you saving money every time you use the SpectroLEDs due to their low current draw, but with a 50,000 hour lamp life the SpectroLEDs are virtually maintenance-free.

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Runtime is approximate depending on battery selected.

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What is the best carrying case for this light kit?
Asked by: elliott H.
Didn't get one, sorry. It stays in a studio.
Answered by: Corey D.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Is there any kind of Softbox for these lights ?
Asked by: Farhad R.
There ARE soft boxes that work with the Genaray lights - I have 3 of them. They are 24x24 and made by ProMaster, who makes a nearly identical 14 LED light. B&H doesn't seem to carry these softboxes, so find them by Googling Promaster Soft Box for VL1144 LED Studio Light . They're affordable, they work great, and I hardly ever use these lights without them.
Answered by: James J.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I am having issues with the cord that connects directly to the light and then the power supply cord. One blew out from overheating, we got a replacement. And then now two are aren't working well, some flickering and just not staying on. It gets very hot. Is there another brand of this kind of cable I can order? Or is this Generay specific?
Asked by: Anonymous
It is imperative that you use the right power supply with the right light fixture. If you use the smaller 9 light power adapter with the larger 14 light it will overheat and blow out. And this is also true if you match the 9 light fixture with the larger power supply it will create problems.
Answered by: PETER C.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Are there barn doors to fit these?
Asked by: Tracy
No barndoors.
Answered by: Bo S.
Date published: 2018-11-26

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Has anyone else dealt with the light flickering? I've had some issues.
Asked by: Anonymous
No Flickering but they did make a ton of noise when using the dimmer function and I had to return them.
Answered by: MARIN H.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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I'm having a hard time putting on the boom arm on the stand. Should it be able to turn once on? How do you know it's on correctly?
Asked by: Jane W.
The disk-like connector clamps onto both the boom and the stand. At the risk of sounding flip, it's on correctly if it stays put. The problem I've had with this is that the aluminum on the boom is so soft that if I extend the thin part of the boom more than a few inches it starts to bend. Yes, with the small light. Other than that, this has been quite satisfactory.
Answered by: ROBERT LINDSAY G.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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What kind of a case would you recommend for this kit, so that it is safe for transportation? Thank you.
Asked by: Lukas B.
Currently, I carry it around using just a heavy duty case purchased at a hardware store. You can find them with wheels (like the one I got) and the lighting kit fits perfectly in it. The case cost about $60 - $80, and has worked just fine.
Answered by: Angel A.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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Does the kit come with enough 3/4 diffuse socks to have all three lights covered at the same time?
Asked by: Anonymous
Hey it does have one for each light. I've found their diffusing power to be okish but I put umbrellas on each of them which works better. (I don't use them for video however, more for photography).
Answered by: Jeffrey C.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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