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Anonymous

Velleman vm116Published on 06/07/08 at 04:09
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- How long have you use it?

4 years

- What is the particular feature you like best and least?

Plus: The price, simplicitbr />
The Witness: The USB socket is fragile

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

None in this price range

- How do you report qualitprix?

Pretty good for its capabilities

- With the exprience, you do again this choice?

No, I did pass meantime Daslight Virtual Controller 2 DMX In and Out
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alex-wocalex-woc

Excellent interface!

Velleman vm116Published on 03/19/12 at 15:21
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Really no complaints! This interface I had been recommended by a friend with the past several years, and he had never had any problems with. I recently acquired him, and frankly nothing wrong! For small config certainly, but for 98 €, including postage (Music for Store.de interested), but then it's worth really worth!

Supplied with the interface, a USB cable, user manual and DMX control software. (But I prefer the FreeStyler used as the included software is a bit poor in functionality)

Recommended!
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pierreblc91pierreblc91

Well

Velleman vm116Published on 10/19/11 at 04:35
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Works well with FreeStyler, no worries or bugg (evening or at home) since I (two months).

In usb dmx, I already use Enttec Enttec pro and open without any bugg either, and the martin LightJockey 2 with software that is of course much better and is much more efficient than freestyler.

the most: do what you asked for not very expensive, 3-pin XLR
Cons: very plastic and made of poor quality

The snap time is hard to follow when it is too low (<200ms), but I do not know if it's just the interface or software. it does not come because of my LED PARs works great on console Granma. it's still a little manip I use as my go leds have strobe function on a channel.

I would definitely...…
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Works well with FreeStyler, no worries or bugg (evening or at home) since I (two months).

In usb dmx, I already use Enttec Enttec pro and open without any bugg either, and the martin LightJockey 2 with software that is of course much better and is much more efficient than freestyler.

the most: do what you asked for not very expensive, 3-pin XLR
Cons: very plastic and made of poor quality

The snap time is hard to follow when it is too low (<200ms), but I do not know if it's just the interface or software. it does not come because of my LED PARs works great on console Granma. it's still a little manip I use as my go leds have strobe function on a channel.

I would definitely recommend!
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soundlight1soundlight1

Velleman vm116Published on 03/25/07 at 08:15
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I started the adventure beginning in March 2007,
This device is the first of its kind I use, I chose it for its price simply
I advise everyone to start the ideal c!
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  • Manufacturer: Velleman
  • Model: vm116
  • Category: Computerized Lighting Controlers
  • Added in our database on: 09/04/2006

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