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kero30 kero30
Published on 08/14/06 at 05:10
Hello, this is two months I gained 2 polaris lyres.
First of all we should already see the description of the lyre:

- It is not a lyre Wash
- There is no iris but a knife
- 7 gobos
- No change of the color temperature
- HTI lamp 150 and especially not because it burns 152 HTI lack of enough space between them and the reflextion dome.

If not what to say, personally I think fast enough to make good prog. and quite light too. Gobos are not crisp enough but the strobe it is not extremely fast (7 Hz max.) One of the negative is what are very noisy and to my regret there is no cooling cycle once the lamp off. But frankly rendering is still pretty good especially when you see the degree of care and finishing make to manufacture. And Black out is instant which is not the case for all DMX effects. They are as small and light which is a benefit for the Discos Mobile.

There are no pictures this is not the martin or other large brands, but can the assets at bargain prices all concurences I am very satisfied.

For more info: antony.cairoli@wanadoo.fr
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