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Eric6767 Eric6767
Published on 02/09/09 at 06:57
I use this material for two years
its special software very simple and logical
mounts the stage and sequence simplistic
on the other hand no image freestyler as text only
window trackball yes
macros installed jas yes and then they can create a hand up
libraries (or fixture) is downloaded from the site Monacor
and it can be created for any brands or download exclusively on the site Monacor English or German
I use vista for the updates against the firwaire are found exclusively
site Monacor English or German and to follow the procedure at risk of malfunction
the number of channels and 510
the number of sequence and simultaneous operation of 4
the number of macro and simultaneous operation of 8
my only regret is no 3D view but hey you can not have everything for the price
I try to Enttec with tables and freestyler dmx
the unbeatable value for money prices for Sunlite or other type
if this choice was a remake yes without hesitation
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