Coemar ParLite LEDs Featured on NBC's Deal or No Deal

NBC brings the high-stakes international hit game show Deal or No Deal to American audiences. The show, which premiered December 19, 2005, joins the Monday night lineup as a regular on a weekly basis starting March 6th at 8pm.

Actor-comedian Howie Mandel hosts the game, which asks contestants to test their dealmaking skills. During the show, contestants choose a closed briefcase, as each round progresses, they choose to stay with the original briefcase or make a "deal" with the bank to accept its cash offer in exchange for whatever dollar amount is in the case.

Adding to the excitement of the game, the set features Coemar ParLite LEDs. The show’s lighting designers Steve Cohen and Allen Branton and lighting directors Tad Inferrera, William McLachlan, and Felix Peralta choose to use the bright LED fixture, which uses 36 1W LEDs. ParLite features include: 100,000-hour lamp life; full-range dimming with separate dimming channel; electronic strobe, synchronized or random effect; and 12º lens. The ParLite fixtures has four automatic programs of color changing and fading, synchronized master/slave ability, and the ability to operate the internal programs with DMX.

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