Blizzard Lighting Introduces Funky Fresh InfiniPix™ Series

July 14, 2023

Retro-Inspired Cyclone & Spektro Deliver Big Impact for Mobile Performers

Waukesha, WI. – Blizzard Lighting, creators of the popular Mixtape Series among other LED lighting and video products, announced its latest lighting power couple: InfiniPix Cyclone and InfiniPix Spektro. The retro-inspired and uniquely shaped fixtures are loaded with built-in effects, like 85 animated pattern effects, to give DJs and other mobile performers a big impact on a gig-ready setup.

InfiniPix Cyclone: The perfect storm of hypnotic pixel spin, features RGB color mixing, 85 animated pattern effects and backgrounds for punchy, layered animation and big creative potential. Gig-ready, InfiniPix Cyclone has built-in RDM and a +5V USB port to power SoC-It wireless DMX. InfiniPix Cyclone is in stock and ready to ship and retails at $249.99.

At a whopping 62.5 inches (5.2 ft) tall, InfiniPix Spektro is built for creatives who crave big impact. Its 7 blocks feature 196 flicker-free RGB LEDs and are divided into 4 individually controllable horizontal sections per block for smooth gradient effects; it is also loaded with built-ins like 0-100% dimming, variable strobe and sound active mode. InfiniPix Spektro is available for pre-order and retails at $299.99.

"The InfiniPix Series packs a lot of punch for the price,” said Joel Henry, Product Specialist and Resident DJ at Blizzard. “InfiniPix Cyclone is insanely bright and lightweight enough to have two on my mobile DJ rig. And I love the built-in patterns and effects.”

This announcement follows several new product launches in recent months for Blizzard, including HYPE 150 moving head spot, Verismo professional theatrical line and Node:b architectural lighting system.

About Blizzard

Blizzard, headquartered in Waukesha, Wis., is a leader in LED video and pro & entertainment lighting. You can find Blizzard’s products working hard in venues around the world, from the courts of college basketball’s biggest tournament to the Kentucky Derby and Roman Colosseum. To learn more, visit us at