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The LanBox-LCX is an extremely versatile DMX controller suited for nearly any DMX512-A lighting application. Whether it should run a show stand-alone, controlling up to 6 universes (3072 DMX channels) using an Ethernet network, synchronized via MIDI or connected to a notebook via USB, with the LanBox-LCX it's all possible!

The LanBox-LCX has USB, Ethernet and MIDI ports which can be used for communication with e.g. LCedit+, but also for show control using MIDI. The DMX input can be used to grab and/or merge the DMX data from your favorite lighting console.