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Contest DMX 300

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parassparass

Contest DMX 300Published on 12/22/04 at 06:01
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It'm two months that I used are a impresionantes I'll reliability to advices and the scanCONTROL of the same mark. And I'll soon redeemed me 2 others. This is a beautiful toy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Go Forgot good evening
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john'musicjohn'music

Contest DMX 300Published on 03/26/05 at 09:32
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Very good report quality price I ais for 6 months and I do not regret my investment there are clearer than RoboScan 812 home martin and also significantly cheaper
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dj rem du22dj rem du22

Good to start scan

Contest DMX 300Published on 03/15/12 at 11:48
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How long you use it?

-Use for 4 years before selling it for martin SCX500

Did you tried many other models before buying it?

Non-these are my first scan and then I buy the martin SCX500
and when I saw the difference I went to martin

What is so special that you love the most, least?

-Most of his his lamp 250w and two wheel for a separate gobo and one for color and then as its price

-Are the least weight, its slow response (the time it was my treat dmx signal), it gives off heat (be careful when handling it to burn well let it cool) and the fact that 4 dmx channels that has

How would you rate the quality / price?

I think to start this sound good scan not too...…
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How long you use it?

-Use for 4 years before selling it for martin SCX500

Did you tried many other models before buying it?

Non-these are my first scan and then I buy the martin SCX500
and when I saw the difference I went to martin

What is so special that you love the most, least?

-Most of his his lamp 250w and two wheel for a separate gobo and one for color and then as its price

-Are the least weight, its slow response (the time it was my treat dmx signal), it gives off heat (be careful when handling it to burn well let it cool) and the fact that 4 dmx channels that has

How would you rate the quality / price?

I think to start this sound good scan not too expensive and still offers two wheel and a 250W lamp for 170 €.
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nicolas1984nicolas1984

Contest DMX 300Published on 09/07/04 at 07:49
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It's been about 6 months I bought two of these scanners and OCCAZ is not to say I am very happy. They are very bright, gobos and colors are very numerous, the two wheels are spares which is rare in this price range (about 200). Only minor complaints as in the opinion Previous: The shutter is very slow and the noise made by the scan but do not ask too much for a scanner of this price. So if I had the choice again, I will do the yx farm, I'll have even taken 4 instead of 2;). But if you have a budget above prfrez even when the scan msd 250, it has nothing to even see when ....
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  • Manufacturer: Contest
  • Model: DMX 300
  • Category: Moving mirrors
  • Added in our database on: 06/06/2006

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