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  • Squale SM 6Published on 01/21/13 at 16:16
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I am ca 8 years that I possesses 4 and frankly nothing to say I just lost a good gobos but this is my fault! beautiful colors and gobo pretty good light. very good value for money. If I had not put a lyre has led gladly I would do this choice!
  • Squale SM 6Published on 11/15/06 at 14:27
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hi,

    then I will make the two years since I use them, the colors and gobos are nice good rev the brightness (that is one of the strengths of this SERIES), I never had a problem Yet he turns with almost every weekend is good scans for professional use, although it's not the dress sr or martin, but it is a good beginners!
    The report quality is truly amazing price only 280 euros, I Do not hesitate the next time I'll also take a tour of ct lyres of the same brand!

    Good luck all those who love the sound!
  • Squale SM 6Published on 06/29/11 at 08:22
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Chinese product aging badly, vulgar copy of the dress ...
  • Squale SM 6Published on 11/24/09 at 03:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    We use these ridiculous little scans for 4 years. I say ridiculous because of the price ...
    In fact, this product is a boon for small providers or large mobile disco.
    It is compact, lightweight and precision as well as its brightness replaces many lyres 250msd heavier and expensive.
    8-channel DMX enough to create beautiful effects, and SM6 can also operate autonomously.

    Currently, we have beautiful machines (lyre & scan) on the park. Whether it's roads or lighteux, they still insist to take these things in benefits.

    Reliability side, only one card worries DMX in 4 years (2 machines out of 12)
    This worries from a dry contact between a "centipede" plug and socket. Solved......
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    We use these ridiculous little scans for 4 years. I say ridiculous because of the price ...
    In fact, this product is a boon for small providers or large mobile disco.
    It is compact, lightweight and precision as well as its brightness replaces many lyres 250msd heavier and expensive.
    8-channel DMX enough to create beautiful effects, and SM6 can also operate autonomously.

    Currently, we have beautiful machines (lyre & scan) on the park. Whether it's roads or lighteux, they still insist to take these things in benefits.

    Reliability side, only one card worries DMX in 4 years (2 machines out of 12)
    This worries from a dry contact between a "centipede" plug and socket. Solved quickly with a little bomb contact. The symptom is a blinking (or extinction) of the display DMX
    You just open the head, gently disconnected processors, spend some bomb (or graphite grease) and voila.
    I would add having this problem on a lyre Martin ...
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