Chauvet DJ and Stage Lighting

Chauvet DJ Spotlights, Haze Machines, LED Color Strips, PAR Lights and More

No matter the setting, Chauvet DJ has lights that can suit your event. With our guide to the lighting essentials you'll need to fulfill your specific needs, you'll discover how easy Chauvet DJ makes it for anyone to be a lighting master. Not quite sure what all these lights do? Check out our DJ lighting guide. When you're ready to take the next step, zZounds is ready to offer you any Chauvet DJ light on our 4-Payment, 6-Payment, or 8-Payment Plan, with FREE 2-Day shipping on 90% of our orders.
Chauvet DJ Lights for Professional DJs
Forget about the dance floor for a second, and focus on the DJ booth itself. These lights are meant to draw the crowd's focus to the person that's moving them. Lights like moonflowers and strobes can produce beat-synced lighting effects, while PAR lights produce a steady glow to create an intriguing focal point around the DJ. When you have all your fixtures on one stand, even better -- that means less time spent setting up and breaking down. Another way to draw the crowd's attention is with a fog machine. The initial blast of stage fog is dramatic, and the fog particles linger in the air, making those beams of light more prominent for the rest of your set.
Chauvet DJ Lights for Performing Musicians
Think of the last concert you went to. Did you notice how the lights seemed to follow the movement and structure of the song? Performing musicians need lights that can highlight multiple band members and provide a dynamic light show. When you're hitting that next solo, you'll benefit from lights that are motorized, sound-activated, and color- or pattern-shifting. Most of all, you need lights that you can program ahead of time, or leave to their own devices. All the lights below are easy to set and forget, freeing you from adding one more member to your crew.
Chauvet DJ Lights for Public Events
Not all lights are going to be used in dark clubs. Trade show floors, TV sets, wedding venues, and even art galleries -- to name a few "lit" places -- have lighting needs that go beyond what we find in the musical arena. The kind of lights you'll need here need to be easily installable, programmable, dynamic, and dependable under any existing lighting and weather condition (good or bad). Spotlights and washes, coupled with a compact haze machine for dramatic entrances, make any spot in a venue pop, in a good way.
Chauvet DJ Lights for Bars and Clubs
What if your venue doesn't have a stage area? Bars and clubs take advantage of unique effect lights like scanners, strobes, and moving light arrays to keep audiences hooked to the dance floor. Whether propelling the music forward via intense sound-activated strobing lights, or adjusting the mood via color changes, audiences expect venues to provide a lighting atmosphere that can keep up with any rhythm. Club owners need lights that are durable, long-lasting, and energy-efficient -- and of, course, capable of providing a tremendous show.
Chauvet DJ Lights for Parties
All the lights in this buying guide can easily slot into a party environment, but what makes a party light uniquely different? They're the effects you use to convey the theme of the celebration. The Chauvet Bob light can evoke a spooky cauldron, or signal a tropical beach party -- depending on the situation. The Chauvet TFX-UVLED LED Shadow UV Blacklight projects the classic, moody blacklight which transforms light fabrics into glowing fixtures. And don't forget the Funfetti Shot: Aim away from the face, point at some open space, and release a stream of confetti to wow your partygoers. These are just a few of the unique lighting effects you'll find from Chauvet DJ.
Chauvet DJ Lights for Places of Worship
Houses of worship require lighting installations that can handle music and lectures, holiday celebrations and solemn occasions. The right lighting can transform a plain space into a sanctuary -- but these lights must be easily manageable. We recommend LED PARs that can change colors, moving lights that can project multiple gobo patterns, and uplighting washes that remain static to focus light on a specific area of attention. Here are a few go-to lights that should lead you in the right lighting direction.