Over the last few years, we’ve seen a whole range of haze machines come and go from different manufacturers, with varied success – and although there are a huge selection of Smoke Machines and Fog Machines available, it appears for some reason that companies struggle to bring affordable haze machines to the market.
We believe that a great new addition to our range of haze machines will give our customers the choice of a reliable product at a great and very affordable price. The brand new ADJ Entour Faze Machine is what they call a fazer – yes, a faze machine, and we hear you asking what the difference is. So, the idea behind a haze machine compared to a fog machine is that the haze comes out with more of an even flow and not as ‘in-your-face’ as fog. If your event requires heavier use of a hazer, it can sometimes be a slight problem when the unit pauses to heat up. Whilst we don’t usually hear of any problems with this, the idea behind a faze machine is that the haze can be produced almost constantly. Here, with Entour Faze from ADJ, the unit is ready to use in only 40 seconds and still uses the water – haze fluids that we stock, too.
If you are one of the many customers who tell us they go to venues that don’t allow smoke machines, then the Entour Faze may just be the solution. Using this great product to get an even flow of haze which is much less visible to the eye, but still gives the required impact on your lighting show, could be the way to educate venues and change their opinion. One of the biggest questions we get from our customers is: “does it still set off smoke alarms?” The answer is, yes it can, but it’s less likely to do so. Using the hazer or fazer responsibly can make sure that doesn’t happen and remember to make sure you’re aware of where the smoke sensors are. Some venues will have heat sensors instead, so you can use the unit without any worries at all.
The ADJ Entour Faze also comes with a wired remote control, where you can adjust the output volume – a great feature for moving from smaller to larger venues and of course can be used via DMX with the option of 1,2 or 4 DMX channel modes.