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Moving Head from Glp

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Clément BallyClément Bally

Glp MaxPublished on 05/05/05 at 09:09
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21 gobos 22 colors continuous pan tilt and rotate bulb 24v 250w
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Weaknesses: price, weight (24v 250w transformer)

Strengths: colors, gobos, rotating, continuous adjustable speed and combined with dmx, while sheet metal (very solid mobile disco)
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megahertz59megahertz59

Glp MaxPublished on 02/28/07 at 01:32
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I use GLP Max250 for over 4 years.
These are really bright lyres with a source ELC 250watts (Please note, the new MODEL bulb of a lifetime of 500 1000heures for less than 20 euros)
J'apprcie particulirement versatility.
In addition, rare, they have a continuous rotation of the pan and tilt and are very fast.
Point ngliger not, they have over 20 colors, 20 gobos more.

Something really tough, but metal has nothing do with the product "plastic" that is found on the market today.
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BZH-LightingBZH-Lighting

model robust but noisy

Glp MaxPublished on 06/21/11 at 11:56
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I utlise 4 months since I find it quite arrowroot for its infinite rotation is rare indeed for lyres but expect a more maintenance and for at least 10 years it works well

I tried this model before the birdy etc but it has less and less color gobos off quickly after shutter and electronic cables are more fragile because the electronics of the max function infra-red and the lamp coal in the lamp goes off about 2 minutes or be extinguished immediately if desired by setting speed pan and tilt speed is 0 (because the speed of movement is adjustable and the lyre + 2 to move indefinitely sense can move like a lyre it also has the classic half postion color it has a 21 color wheel (2 to...…
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I utlise 4 months since I find it quite arrowroot for its infinite rotation is rare indeed for lyres but expect a more maintenance and for at least 10 years it works well

I tried this model before the birdy etc but it has less and less color gobos off quickly after shutter and electronic cables are more fragile because the electronics of the max function infra-red and the lamp coal in the lamp goes off about 2 minutes or be extinguished immediately if desired by setting speed pan and tilt speed is 0 (because the speed of movement is adjustable and the lyre + 2 to move indefinitely sense can move like a lyre it also has the classic half postion color it has a 21 color wheel (2 to choose white and shades of color, but the primary colors are fortunately) 20 gobos and rainbow effect can be blocked any time has the effect be nice if between two blocking figure. the shutter is independent which allows a flash and not net draft (such as flash gobo wheel) and can flash with infinite rotation of gobos and so on ... scrolling speed between two same for gobos adjustable speed in color in one channel and not one for one for color gobos

rapid movement infinite rotation possible (in case of loss of position (which happens often tilt) the channel has infinite rotation has 255 mode reset all the engines wide range of color and gobo small head lamp 250W ELC

13.5 kgs heavy system acrochage hole rotation by tilt noise (we can not do anything that has unfortunately)

prices can be variable € 100 is a good price before it costs 800 € or frank I know more ...

I would take a 2nd
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  • Manufacturer: Glp
  • Model: Max
  • Category: Moving Heads
  • Added in our database on: 05/05/2005

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