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Stairville  MH-X25 LED
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Stairville MH-X25 LED

Moving Head from Stairville .

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dj charle jeandj charle jean

Stairville MH-X25 LED Published on 04/27/10 at 06:12
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hi I use it for whatever day.

The most easy to use hyper knowing that this is my first: the engine speed, colors, gobos and a powerful rendering xcllent light !! (In the dark blue beam fixed with a rotating gobo happiness)

Less noise ventillo and consumption.

No this is my whole lyre First I wanted to start with a lyre Led because I know at the beginning it will not arrter after walking can be a halo too but more for: s.

The price is correct poour what it is.

I think so, the finish is well done
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vicmanimationvicmanimation

Very well

Stairville MH-X25 LED Published on 10/24/14 at 22:54
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I use it for about 1 year

It's my first 2 lyre purchased

Pros: Cheap for a lyre led, good quality / price ratio
Small and lightweight
good music program and automatic master / slave
beautiful colors, gobos are nice
beautiful light for the 25w led (I use it often in a room of 300m2 6m tall and are visible to the ceiling)

The -: they emit slightly ultrasound (surely engines) that could disrupt the sound engineer but not disruptive to the DJ or the public

Finally, very good quality / price ratio, I would do without hesitation that choice!
To advise for new in the world of mobile disco (like me at the time of purchase) and small budgets. …
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I use it for about 1 year

It's my first 2 lyre purchased

Pros: Cheap for a lyre led, good quality / price ratio
Small and lightweight
good music program and automatic master / slave
beautiful colors, gobos are nice
beautiful light for the 25w led (I use it often in a room of 300m2 6m tall and are visible to the ceiling)

The -: they emit slightly ultrasound (surely engines) that could disrupt the sound engineer but not disruptive to the DJ or the public

Finally, very good quality / price ratio, I would do without hesitation that choice!
To advise for new in the world of mobile disco (like me at the time of purchase) and small budgets.
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ouijaouija

Yes but ....

Stairville MH-X25 LED Published on 11/18/11 at 15:00
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- How long have you use it?
Since their release.

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
No, I bcp pilot scan DIFFERENT but no lyres. Since then, I work also with GLP, Martin and Showtec diverse and varied.

-What is the particular feature you like best and least?
The +: tiny electric consumption, low weight and size, almost no interviews, the rotating gobos.
The -: Noisy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! slowness of movement, lack of precision, power limit for really scne same medium.

- How do you report qualitprix?
The report quality price, despite the ngatifs points, following the excellent use you want to do. The price is really drisoire for this kind of hardware and...…
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- How long have you use it?
Since their release.

- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
No, I bcp pilot scan DIFFERENT but no lyres. Since then, I work also with GLP, Martin and Showtec diverse and varied.

-What is the particular feature you like best and least?
The +: tiny electric consumption, low weight and size, almost no interviews, the rotating gobos.
The -: Noisy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! slowness of movement, lack of precision, power limit for really scne same medium.

- How do you report qualitprix?
The report quality price, despite the ngatifs points, following the excellent use you want to do. The price is really drisoire for this kind of hardware and for now, they do not default me ​​a single time!

-With the exprience, you do again this choice?
Well ...... no! : D They are really bcp too limited for my use only for small / medium scne. The light beams do not show up in the middle of the rest of the lighting of scne. In addition, the noise they tend gnrent really take my head (ventilation) and the engines are an acute frquence gnent that the sound technician.

For an amateur DJ mobile is a must for cons! To take your eyes closed!
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dj charle jeandj charle jean

Good =)

Stairville MH-X25 LED Published on 05/03/10 at 13:53
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For how long have you been using it? for 1 week

What thing do you like most/least about it?
The Record + Excellent LED light has very powerful (in the black exterior, light easy 100 to 150 m with rotating gobo) very simple to use and consumption.

The - Its weight, the sound of ventilators, and finishing (well above the digital display for DMX) soft plastic!

Did you try many other models before getting this one? No it's my first lyre.

What is your opinion about the value for the price? pretty good LED very powerful!

Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice? ... I think one more yes's it.
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  • Manufacturer: Stairville
  • Model: MH-X25 LED
  • Category: Moving Heads
  • Added in our database on: 03/31/2010

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