Kvant Clubmax Series
The Kvant ClubMAX series of laser projectors are a widely versatile line of show laser systems that quickly rose to fame. Clubmax lasers are designed for a wide range of applications such as DJs, Nightclubs, Concerts, Festivals, Tours, Audience Scanning, and more.
The series features models starting off with 2-Watt Laser Systems, going as high as 15-Watt Laser Display Systems. ClubMAX lasers provide a wide range of laser show systems for all types of applications, from DJ Lasers, ILDA Lasers, DMX Lasers, RGB/Rainbow Lasers, to Audience Scanning Lasers, and more.
It’s proven by the vast number of users that the ClubMAX laser systems can truly help take your shows and events to the next level, having been used by DJs, Lighting Designers, Laser Designers/Operators, Production Company’s, Venues, Tours, Theme Parks, and many more all over the globe.
The ClubMAX laser light show projectors also feature a wealth of upgrades & accessories that are tailored to benefit you in real-life situations. Upgrades such as the Saturn 1B Optical Scanning System will turn your laser projector into the perfect animation/graphics projector, or Pangolin PASS Hardware to allowing you to preform incredible audience scanning laser shows, or others such as the DiscoScan 2.0.
ClubMAX Series Options
Kvant Clubmax 2000 ILDA
ILDA System Control
Guaranteed opt. output [mW] – 2000
Kvant Clubmax 2000 FB4
Kvant Clubmax 6000 FB4
FB4-SK System Control
Guaranteed opt. output [mW] – 6000
Kvant Clubmax 6800 FB4
Clubmax 2000/3000/3400 | Venues up to 3K People
These models are good for small to medium indoor events, and small outdoor events.
Clubmax 6000/6800 | Venues up to 5K People
These models are good for small to medium, and slightly larger indoor events, and small to medium outdoor events.
Clubmax 10/15 | Venues of 8-10K+ People
These models are good for medium to large indoor events, and small to medium outdoor events.
What does RGBY stand for?
RBGY = Red, Blue, Green, Yellow. These models include an additional OPSL yellow laser module, which allows them to produce a wider and more vibrant array of colors.