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  • janclodejanclode

    Ghost Green 120Published on 09/15/07 at 10:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It's a Chinese product of poor quality.
    The power is not there you, not dcalent stepper motors.
    The figures look like anything.
    The sort of setting too "lightweight"
    Adjustable microphone sensitivity and non ncessitant too much pressure!
    total lack of finishing, but bad plastic

    I bought 350 euros, I should have to pay me one disco type effect or other scan ...

    Especially do VTRE wasting money! ! !
  • dj teddj ted

    Ghost Green 120Published on 03/04/08 at 14:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    This laser is a good trs laser power of 120 mw is rel, rev it a good RAPORT
    quality awards, the only thing it does ngatif possde only 4 DMX channels, and the figure are not many but other than that the impact is, and c is the most important
  • djxavekinoxdjxavekinox

    a powerful laser 120mW

    Ghost Green 120Published on 07/28/10 at 14:16
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    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It had been three years that we use in mobile disco.

    This is our first laser, but a friend lent us a hyper dragon120mw boost. Well the ghost is much more powerful rendering!

    Pros: very powerful and fast

    Cons: few figures and the regularity of various approximations

    The price is good value given the power of the beam relative to the price.

    I do it again this election easily seen that this laser did we ever been a problem.
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