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Martin Acrobat

DMX Effect from Martin .

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fredptsg31fredptsg31

Martin AcrobatPublished on 11/10/04 at 12:50
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I use the acrobat now for about a year and no problems.
I am surprised by the quality of optical smoke without proof we distinguish the beams while the acrobat has only a 250W halogen lamp.
I recommend use with a DMX controller that permettrra to use all opportunities
the machine. In standalone mode, the dfile gobo is too fast.
The fan noise is low.
An investment of just over lv dpart a scan equivalent in competition (dress contest ...) but with a luminous quality suprieure.
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RadiumsRadiums

Martin AcrobatPublished on 12/26/04 at 08:47
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The acrobat is a projector Polivalente quite expensive but quality. No worries for five years that I use is a good machine. I deprecated use in automatic mode because it lacks rgularit (once it goes too fast, too slow a shot ...) in Ralite rpond not rev it much on the music. Other than that, the brightness options, the diversity of colors and gobos, excellent rponse to make DMX scan almost perfect for multiple uses, but for medium sized spaces. Advised by two in Master / Slave DMX pilot.
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weetosweetos

Martin AcrobatPublished on 02/15/05 at 06:57
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I have 2 acrobat 6 years
never a worry, two lamps chang in 6 years because they have fallen by intensity.
the trs is robust and acrobat in the words of Martin to be done "trabahutquot, without bubble wrap.

no need of cooling time.
2 by the effect carrment gnial, a cot for each of the portico.

Trs plain good product as the full range DJ Martin.
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Thierry45Thierry45

Super material

Martin AcrobatPublished on 10/06/11 at 11:38
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I use it for 4 years bought used.

I love the gobos projected onto the runway to the beat of the music, and the overall effect is truly impeccable.

No complaints noted.

Exellent value for money on occasion, but rare

Eyes closed I remake that choice! This effect Martin is a MUST. Essential to my evenings.
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  • Manufacturer: Martin
  • Model: Acrobat
  • Category: DMX Effects
  • Added in our database on: 10/09/2008

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