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Stairville Mini Stage Par 7 x 3W TRI
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  • cricri59114cricri59114

    good projector

    Stairville Mini Stage Par 7 x 3W TRIPublished on 11/27/13 at 13:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    How would you rate the quality / price?
    very well
  • basso_sebbasso_seb

    Very good projector

    Stairville Mini Stage Par 7 x 3W TRIPublished on 08/29/12 at 15:26
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    I bought two of these devices to inform banners (kakémonos) that serve advertising on the deck lights of my band.

    I am simply amazed by the brightness of this unit.
    I have so far made only one evening, and some test at home in the garage and outdoors, but I think the brightness is impressive.

    In my opinion, the opening angle is not 45 ° (as shown in the manual). I think rather than 20 ° to the hot spot.

    The brightness is equivalent to 300W by 56.

    Manufacturing air robust.

    It is a very good product, and I think I will buy more here shortly.
  • lio1606lio1606

    Light and solid: ROYAL

    Stairville Mini Stage Par 7 x 3W TRIPublished on 05/04/12 at 13:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for a year.

    I also use go flat 7 x 3 W triled Stairville. Those are the same LED. Y has the form that changes.

    I tried the RGB led by separate, it is horrible to go alongside these.

    + Solid, lightweight, finishing, color REPORT
    - I see it, it's a little expensive but well worth it

    Very good value for money

    I would do without hesitation that choice!
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