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  • img Stage Line DMX-120Publié le 11/25/05 à 12:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    99 euro on Casing pack DMX + software I wanted to see was !!!
    Not missing not a zero, this is the well 99Euro 60 DMX channels and 149euro the model 120 channels.
    While this quest has quon for that price l: the watch case DMX, block dalim the parallle cable and a CD containing the prog.
    The watch case is all aluminum, a lair solid, it plugs into the parallle outlet.
    The software provided is fairly simplistic but complete. It works a bit like a console and programming is done by scene.
    But this is SECOND peculiarity of the watch case that is compatible with the Freestyler software that is much more comprehensive: running in multi window, pre-recorded dplacement mouse device......
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    99 euro on Casing pack DMX + software I wanted to see was !!!
    Not missing not a zero, this is the well 99Euro 60 DMX channels and 149euro the model 120 channels.
    While this quest has quon for that price l: the watch case DMX, block dalim the parallle cable and a CD containing the prog.
    The watch case is all aluminum, a lair solid, it plugs into the parallle outlet.
    The software provided is fairly simplistic but complete. It works a bit like a console and programming is done by scene.
    But this is SECOND peculiarity of the watch case that is compatible with the Freestyler software that is much more comprehensive: running in multi window, pre-recorded dplacement mouse device registration of scenes, dclenchement the keyboard.
    This software is free and easily found on the net.
    This is clear that the product is not as complete and efficient as Sunlight or LightJockey but this price, it will be perfect for contrler some scans or lyres for the console of a small Chinese prices.

    DMX 120 (http://www.loisonsono.com/product_info.php?cPath=28&products_id=401/)
    DMX 60 (http://www.loisonsono.com/product_info.php?cPath=28&products_id=400/)
    Software freestyler (http://www.loisonsono.info/setup28.exe/)
    Internship program line (https://www.monacor.com/global_img/DMXDEMO.exe/)
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  • img Stage Line DMX-120Publié le 02/17/07 à 02:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I used the last 3 years and I have no problems with any.
    There are ways to find dll files on the site of line placement and include them in programs of the type pro LJ Martin, Sunlite Daslight or allowing to use this interface with a lot of worthwhile program. only flaw is that it is a DB25 port and then ... we can not find it on every laptop.
    I prefer the most is the ease of power to a multitude of soft behind the interface and the game dmx is like any other ... with 120 channels lol.
    it is a good value for money ... PC interface / dmx for an average of 100 € is cheap.
    with the experience I think I walked over to a USB model more "catch-all" but with the désaventage that does......
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    I used the last 3 years and I have no problems with any.
    There are ways to find dll files on the site of line placement and include them in programs of the type pro LJ Martin, Sunlite Daslight or allowing to use this interface with a lot of worthwhile program. only flaw is that it is a DB25 port and then ... we can not find it on every laptop.
    I prefer the most is the ease of power to a multitude of soft behind the interface and the game dmx is like any other ... with 120 channels lol.
    it is a good value for money ... PC interface / dmx for an average of 100 € is cheap.
    with the experience I think I walked over to a USB model more "catch-all" but with the désaventage that does not what we want as soft. dll files to the USB interfaces are harder to find.
    I counsel those who want to start ... it is very simple to put on and cheap.
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