DISCONTINUED: This product has been superseded by our S-Play (70092).


  • Playback or Fade scenes: Allows you to capture or create a DMX snapshot or scene (requires connection to PC and Streamer Utilities software). Simply arrange these scenes together to make a show, or let it Fade between scenes to make your own custom show.
  • Thousands of scenes: Up to 12 shows are allowed, and up to 65,000 static scenes per show. Allows for a great combination of sequences to be created. Fade between these scenes to create an even larger show.
  • Precision in Fades: Allows the use of Fade times and delay times, while configuring a show. Select from 0 to 100 minutes in 0.1 second increments. Possibilities are endless
  • Trigger a show: A show may be programmed to start: when the unit is powered, or via an external trigger using RS232, or using the switch closure. Once setup, RS232 commands can start/stop any show as required.
  • Remote Control: The easiest way to control shows on the Playback Mk2, is with the official remote (sold separately). Start or Stop one of the 12 shows using the buttons on the remote. The remote has 6 buttons and 1 shift key. The remote is connected to the DMXPlayBack Mk2 using a single DB9 cable, no power supply is needed, and this cable can be up to 5 meters long.


DMX Playback Remote Mk2 (70027)



  • Simple to connect: Simply connect using the included DB9 cable to the DMX Streamer or DMX Playback Mk2. And that’s it. Get instant control on first 12 shows. No power supply needed.
  • Easy to use: There are no settings to change, just press the button and the show starts. Pressing another button will stop the current show and start the selected one, it’s that easy.
  • Which show is active? Each button has a LED that turns on, as long as the button is active. Label each button to the name of the show, and its easy to know which show is active.
  • How many buttons? 6 Show buttons and 1 shift key button. Press the shift key to control shows 6 to 12.  And it also has 6 opto- isolated screw terminal switch inputs at rear