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  • Product but not all young, which is known proof

    Martin MAC 250Published on 03/02/13 at 03:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    It is now about 3 months I turn with 2 mac 250 and I want to leave my little review occurs.

    The lyre 1950H and 2000H respectively. She belonged to a company event that rents equipment for nightclubs.

    The outer shell traces of white paint in several places (to understand why!). I got into the habit of checking inside the machines and test equipment before buying what I suggest you do.

    On one of the machines was missing a belt and a connector connected to a motor was broken.

    On the other machine there were traces of a lamp explosion at the corole. (The one 2000h)

    Anyway I am not deterred, replacement belt connector, two complete cleaning and lubrication of belt lyre pan and......
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    It is now about 3 months I turn with 2 mac 250 and I want to leave my little review occurs.

    The lyre 1950H and 2000H respectively. She belonged to a company event that rents equipment for nightclubs.

    The outer shell traces of white paint in several places (to understand why!). I got into the habit of checking inside the machines and test equipment before buying what I suggest you do.

    On one of the machines was missing a belt and a connector connected to a motor was broken.

    On the other machine there were traces of a lamp explosion at the corole. (The one 2000h)

    Anyway I am not deterred, replacement belt connector, two complete cleaning and lubrication of belt lyre pan and tilt (Teflon grease) and replacement of small tabs that holds the modules on the frame of the lyre (he spanked move items in the lyre during these trips)

    Result calm almost imperial in use (it is more than 10 years so it's not as good as what comes out silent now)

    Regarding the lyre in her same:

    Color: nice good still the same problem regarding the lack of intensity red

    Gobos: three glass gobos his super I use often provide a reproach it lacks a triangle gobos

    But what I like most know the configuration of the optical 11 ° 14 ° 17.5 ° or 23 °. This is very significant for small rooms I spend 17.5 ° and for large rooms there but I 23 °. it allows you to very nice effect.

    At the moment she did not for a product over Martin, of course it is not comparable with the other models in its range (Krypton, round ...) that are newer and have better optical

    I advise proper assessment has become an affordable product for people who make small benefit and want to pamper themselves with quality materials and rename

    I intend to buy a pair even at the end of the year

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  • Martin MAC 250Published on 10/07/07 at 10:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I been using it for 4 months now, I find them just a little popping, but I knew really worse and the only fault I find them.
    Price level I would not recommend buying it new but there are good computer store that sell a ocaz the argus and in good condition.
    This choice I would do without hesitation I plan to buy four additional
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