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  • johanregiejohanregie

    DTS Theatro Spot PC650/1000Published on 05/13/06 at 02:47
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I used this "product" 2 years
    TLEs poor, SETTING THE FOCAL random image! bad light output 650w or 1000 w! with a 1200 w why not!
    no comparison with adb, rve, julia. to buy stuff is the top Italian LDR
    report quality / price for Bozo the clown animation little child be-
    for work srieux think something else (LDR suono or note)
  • JujumixJujumix

    DTS Theatro Spot PC650/1000Published on 10/31/06 at 09:32
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use it for 1 year, they work by other brands without being ridiculous
    Tolerance seems small but is well shot,
    Nothing to say for the price / quality ratio
  • à Chaudà Chaud

    DTS Theatro Spot PC650/1000Published on 01/27/07 at 07:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I've been using a PC equipped with an 8 1000W lighting from the front in concert.

    The cheapest PC in the category of 1000W (75 € in Thomann.de)

    A little more light because IRONMONGER plates with fairly thin, but very usable.
    Lyre and good tightness. Open to replace the lamp on top of correct size.
    Attaching the lens a little summary (many had not endured the shock of transport and the lens was out of the slot. Easy Repair.

    One of them was redétaché after falling to the ground.

    Please note that the lens is hammered after the Italian fashion and gives a light beam in the center with progressive deterioration to the edge so that there are just the edge of the beam (in contrast …
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    I've been using a PC equipped with an 8 1000W lighting from the front in concert.

    The cheapest PC in the category of 1000W (75 € in Thomann.de)

    A little more light because IRONMONGER plates with fairly thin, but very usable.
    Lyre and good tightness. Open to replace the lamp on top of correct size.
    Attaching the lens a little summary (many had not endured the shock of transport and the lens was out of the slot. Easy Repair.

    One of them was redétaché after falling to the ground.

    Please note that the lens is hammered after the Italian fashion and gives a light beam in the center with progressive deterioration to the edge so that there are just the edge of the beam (in contrast to the French CP projecting a round homogeneous on board net).
    Practice to connect several faisceaus lighting from the front.
    Embarrassing when you should avoid drooling on a projection screen in the neighborhood.

    Lower light output to PCs from major manufacturers, especially compared with a PC giving a clear lens Orodes net.

    Setting the Magnification knob and screw fairly accurate and convenient.

    Note: smoked for 3 hours before the paint is completely cooked and dry!
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