LED Gooseneck Lamp
Length: 18" / 45 cm
XLR direct connector for XLR D-4-F socket, angled at 90°
This is expensive but I think it is worth it. Many other brands will cost much less but have many problems. It doesn't seem like good value when your mixing desk goes completely dark during a gig. :)
This works well with the A&H GLD-80, it is long enough to go where you want to put it but short enough to be out of the way. It also folds up nicely to fit into a shure wireless mic bag for storage.
It has a small dim red light on the end of the light housing. I think this is to show you where the end of the lamp is when it's dark so you don't poke it into your eye when you lean forward. :)
There are Goosenecks, then there are Littlites
Bought one of these for my X32 Compact and must agree with other reviews on here.
On the road, it does exactly whats required whether its set to low light red or high power white.
Reaches right over or pushes out of the way, anywhere you move it to it just stays there, no sag, no twist, no springing back just sits there and does the job.
I would recommend this light to anyone.
Serious, serious nice piece of kit, spend the extra.
Littlelite is BEST!
Top Brand, Warm glow LED, with red LED on dim. Incredibly bright on full power. Serious build quality. I bought the 18", I think the 12" may suit most consoles.
Spend the extra, its worth it.
Perfect for X32 Compact (once you've spun the XLR)
It's a pricey little beast but you've just got to have Littlite.
The XLR is rotatable, so you can make this work with the X32/ X32 Compact by spinning round the XLR (this is a standard feature on Littlites). So buy this one as it's cheaper than the variant that is supplied oriented the right way, because they are the same product!