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  • Dj tof 68Dj tof 68

    Expelec Mushroom X light 250Published on 03/03/07 at 15:17
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It's been a year since I bought it.
    ben is a good mushroom ... it is not yet fallen to pieces, he never smoked black and I HAVE NOT YET EVEN CHANGE THE LAMP! Besides it's cool to light an average room with a small budjet: I pay € 59 so the value for money is good. I probably do it again this choice because it is a nice effect for the benefits to small budjet.
  • Audiofanzine FRAudiofanzine FR

    Expelec Mushroom X light 250Published on 12/15/08 at 07:34
    (Originally written by fmcmm/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    - I've been using it for 3 years.

    - I like its easy and fast setting as well as the lighting effects achieved (you must try it with a smog machine!). The unit is rugged but its engine makes too much noise... Luckily the music makes it inaudible.

    - I bought it really cheap. It's somewhat old now but the effect is still satisfying. Good value for money.

    - Compared with new products, I think I would choose it again even though it has a higher lamp consumption.
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