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«  Nice, but Chinese »

Published on 07/27/13 at 08:12
Value For Money : Excellent
Used on several plane benefit I do not own these machines, I know very well the machines they seek to copy

Let's be honest good for the price it is a good machine, it shines like a Robin 600 LED, the color mixing is not yucky but parcontre has nothing to do with Robin 600, it is reactive, and manufacturing remains in good brief Chinese standards is what is good for the price.
But do not expect miracles and we are quickly overtaken by Starway not a builder!
First big problem teasers evil thoughts that do not put the right machines (read the front face of the control), so basically you will always have your home machine with a 90 ° tilt ....
The second problem is the reliability required to make soft or hard reset several times on several machines ... briefly see what it will give in time, may be an update of the internal soft shod good.
Otherwise, frankly cheap WiFi antenna, not for 16bit RGB, no artnet ... short machine cheap.
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