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  • chapssigoncechapssigonce

    Eurolite kls-400Published on 05/31/10 at 08:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have two ramps kls-400 equipped with 4 projo each. Until now, I used traditional 56 pars. I've been tempted by the LED technology in order to save time at the establishment, no longer have to change bulbs or gelatin and be less dependent on electricity.

    To my formula of two musicians, the power of the two bars is ample and kls create an atmosphere quite nice.

    The assembly should take me 3 minutes: two feet, and above kls. Dmx a cable between the two and a footswitch to control the two bars, one in master and one slave.

    The manual is provided in English and does not tell us everything. (Especially if like me you are far from being an expert DMX) For example when using the footswitch,…
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    I have two ramps kls-400 equipped with 4 projo each. Until now, I used traditional 56 pars. I've been tempted by the LED technology in order to save time at the establishment, no longer have to change bulbs or gelatin and be less dependent on electricity.

    To my formula of two musicians, the power of the two bars is ample and kls create an atmosphere quite nice.

    The assembly should take me 3 minutes: two feet, and above kls. Dmx a cable between the two and a footswitch to control the two bars, one in master and one slave.

    The manual is provided in English and does not tell us everything. (Especially if like me you are far from being an expert DMX) For example when using the footswitch, you must first put the two bars DMX program before connecting the cable 5-pin of the pedal, otherwise the slave will be allowed by the master.

    This same cable is also a bit short and use an extension cord is necessary for me (23 € more)

    In short, I am very satisfied with the product and carrying cases are a definite plus for once again saving time (at 4 o'clock in the morning it counts) and maintain the status bar.

    A few days later .....
    After some benefits with this material, I am always satisfied.

    However, today I try to connect my two ramps on a console type mac mah dmx scan control 12, and here I am confused because between the user manual in English from the console, the little tiny mode Employment eurolite and my poor knowledge dmx, galley and I am to read web pages on the subject does not have always advanced. In short, if anyone has some tips to give me, I'm interested and already I thank the good kind soul.

    A few days later ....
    The connection of two ramps on KLS DMX was tedious for me, but after many vicissitudes, the Eurolite offer many more possibilities than using the footswitch, both in terms of color and programs.

    In small configuration (like myself) are perfect and the Eurolite sufficiently bright.

    The + +: very reduced consumption compared to my traditional pars
    implementing ultrafast
    more bulb changing over gelatin change
    fly the transport

    The -: whites are bof
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