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  • Marty49Marty49

    Starway TuteloPublished on 11/10/11 at 00:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This is a block of four DMX output channel, with a maximum output of 1kw per channel. I use it for 5 years now.
    It is easy to use, I used to supplement the existing blocks in my room or ZUNI.
    The value for money is good, it is an entry-level product that does what he can do.
  • ericvda4ericvda4

    Starway TuteloPublished on 03/20/09 at 14:12
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    September / October 2007
    Used for 1 ½ years.
    works well. practice. no worries, and especially cool to be so used everywhere ...
    simple but effective product ...
    will take other routes to reach 48

    here. very positive

    March 2009
    after 3 years of use, I moderate my opinion seriously on Tutelo because now I have 13 blocks Tutelo, 10 BOTEX, and 1 Stairville, and tutelos I could acquire last year, we all dropped the one after the other. Without actually prevent a sudden block is a spotlight on a circuit, and does not respond! So one thing to do is unplug the making careful, because in most circuits in the same coward who put out the switch current flows, so hyper dangerous. So tho…
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    September / October 2007
    Used for 1 ½ years.
    works well. practice. no worries, and especially cool to be so used everywhere ...
    simple but effective product ...
    will take other routes to reach 48

    here. very positive

    March 2009
    after 3 years of use, I moderate my opinion seriously on Tutelo because now I have 13 blocks Tutelo, 10 BOTEX, and 1 Stairville, and tutelos I could acquire last year, we all dropped the one after the other. Without actually prevent a sudden block is a spotlight on a circuit, and does not respond! So one thing to do is unplug the making careful, because in most circuits in the same coward who put out the switch current flows, so hyper dangerous. So those who had dropped during the warranty can be repaired but now I think the risk of repair costs me more than the same block in them!

    So I will go home and Botex Showtec if their block are more reliable, given that I use very reasonable, and besides I never loads the block has to 900/1000 w + channel in the limit 3600W, knowing that much work has opposed 500/600 watts per channel!
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