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Publié le 11/03/06 à 11:39
I acquired this material at an exhibition (in a pub) at a price of 15 euros. I am satisfied because the specifications are true to life:
- A hole to let the head extended
- Two holes to allow more than the arms (symmetric connections)
- A hole down to the trunk
He must think to do well beyond the head of the T-shirt, if you do not see anything and it bumps into walls. With a little practice, you get used quickly to get it right in the holes in the skin.
No user manual, but it can be done without, if you have already used to this type of material.

To moderate the previous opinion of Sol Carlus, I will say that the yellow of the transfer is actually quite discreet, even if only because I wore the T-shirt under a sweater so far. Anyway, I'm colorblind, so ....
Finally, in response to the remark of Sol, it is advisable to fight against perspiration by the use of deodorants. In addition it extends the life of the T-shirt, the use of such products prevents the fairer sex does not flee before the hostility olfactory usual musician's restless.
I will say also that all who saw me asked the same question: "What audiofanzine.com?". I did not know what to say in front of such ingenuity.

XXXXXL the size I requested was not available, I had to resign myself to the XL size, a little light for my needs. The latency of the T-shirt that I often belly up when I get arms to the sky (which happens often when I made the air-guitar on pieces of Hendrix).

<span style="text-decoration: underline;">Most of the product:</span>
- I noticed that I was playing better when I wore
- It is flattering
- It provides better tests in stores
- Good latency: 2.5 seconds to put on, without hitting the buffers
- Consistent with the use of VST-i market standards (softening Steinberg, Native Instruments sound laundry etc ...)

<span style="text-decoration: underline;">Cons:</span>
- My girlfriend does not like . She tried to shine shoes with the top of the left arm and only a defensive reflex on my part allowed me to avoid the worst (a crack family)
- My son does not like it. He has already cleaned twice furniture and equipment with Hi-fi .
- When you put it, we need to repaint
- Not customizable. Only one preset: head up, arms at the sides, legs down. We can try to reverse the routing but it becomes impractical
I tested the machine passage several times already, no damage can be reported so far.
I may remake this choice, especially if the next version brings more to the level of the display (including customization)
I do not give top marks because of the origin of this material, the finish is good for that matter.

November 2006 Edition
I always use this product that continues to give me satisfaction.
I do not put it in the office because of jealousy might try to harm my career so promising, but I wear it on weekends.
My main setup to see stores zik at Pigalle, a denim shirt open casually on the T-shirt, like I'm an insider.
Fort foutage power of face.
<strong>December 2009 Edition
</strong> This t-shirt is really True-Bypass.
No detectable presence when you do not wear it. It's rare enough to be clarified here.

Advice on other goodies available on the AF site? => https://fr.audiofanzine.com/acessoire-isolation/audio-fanzine/avis/
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