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ADJ (American DJ) Mega TRIPAR Profile

Color Changer from ADJ (American DJ) .

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" Very good value for money."

ADJ (American DJ) Mega TRIPAR ProfilePublished on 06/04/14 at 05:35
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I have 12 pieces for decoration room and stage.

Up the side connectors are flat on the ground is perfect. Wired quickly, the remote is small but serves in dmx they are full of possible modes of operation.

Consumption is ridiculous.

The workmanship is good considering the price, I had no trouble when customers walk almost over a few times in weddings ...

The power is good for the 5X3W. Best Pizza made that led, it heats a little but nothing alarming.

COB LED arrive but aesthetically I prefer this beast. It's happening everywhere and the price quality ratio is very good.
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" Good stuff"

ADJ (American DJ) Mega TRIPAR ProfilePublished on 01/07/14 at 10:00
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
How long have you use it?
A year and a half
Have you tried many other models before buying it?
The 56 classic nothing to do for me.
What is the particular feature you like best and least?
Plus: Not too expensive, aesthetic, can make many things with, decoration, lighting track.
Least: nothing, maybe a little lack of power.

How would you rate the quality / price?
With experience, you do again this choice?
Value at the top or close.
With the experience to know what you want, I used to set the mood on the track sound mode, and especially to the color strobe with, but must use 4. With the experience I would take 2 but more powerful 7X8w, I will double the power. ...
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How long have you use it?
A year and a half
Have you tried many other models before buying it?
The 56 classic nothing to do for me.
What is the particular feature you like best and least?
Plus: Not too expensive, aesthetic, can make many things with, decoration, lighting track.
Least: nothing, maybe a little lack of power.

How would you rate the quality / price?
With experience, you do again this choice?
Value at the top or close.
With the experience to know what you want, I used to set the mood on the track sound mode, and especially to the color strobe with, but must use 4. With the experience I would take 2 but more powerful 7X8w, I will double the power.
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" VERY WELL FOR DECO"

ADJ (American DJ) Mega TRIPAR ProfilePublished on 04/19/12 at 22:33
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I am the same opinion as the predecessors except that I have the solution seamlessly integrated WI-DMX Electroconcep in angle connector to 35 € each.
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" The replacing of PAR38!"

ADJ (American DJ) Mega TRIPAR ProfilePublished on 04/19/12 at 08:07
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Hello,

I received a few days ago but I could compare with my traditional PAR 38.
I did not want to led 1/4 watt to avoid the effect pizza and the number of LEDs on projo seemed inadequate: that Neni.

It can be compared to a 120-watt PAR 38 easily.
The colors are well saturated, brighter than a gelatin.

Of course the yellow is not nickel and amber is not very dense but just great for use in deco room.

What I like most is the compactness. 2 times thinner than a traditional PAR 38. It does not heat, consumes 16 watts maximum AC thereby Chainer in 33 on a standard outlet. It has 7 bright colors at your fingertips with the optional remote control.

For my part, the defects......
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Hello,

I received a few days ago but I could compare with my traditional PAR 38.
I did not want to led 1/4 watt to avoid the effect pizza and the number of LEDs on projo seemed inadequate: that Neni.

It can be compared to a 120-watt PAR 38 easily.
The colors are well saturated, brighter than a gelatin.

Of course the yellow is not nickel and amber is not very dense but just great for use in deco room.

What I like most is the compactness. 2 times thinner than a traditional PAR 38. It does not heat, consumes 16 watts maximum AC thereby Chainer in 33 on a standard outlet. It has 7 bright colors at your fingertips with the optional remote control.

For my part, the defects are:
The compact projector is such that the integration of a card wi-dmx (type Electroconcept) is not possible.
Outlets to IEC are compact but still require them to have an AC adapter on hand. Also there should be extensions of IEC male / female in the budget to purchase.
Some colleagues already eyeing the cables in the same conduit containing the power supply and DMX signal. This is convenient when the string is continuous. If it is blocked by a door or a distance away wi dmx plays its role but is not intégrabble.

However, with a tariff of 67 euros for the rest of this sort led a very good deal.
I will ever experience with this choice but to replace PAR 56 and order them wi dmx I will be leading to something else.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: ADJ (American DJ)
  • Model: Mega TRIPAR Profile
  • Category: Color Changers
  • Added in our database on: 01/27/2012

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