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Eurolite TS-5

Moving mirror from Eurolite .

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Eurolite TS-5Published on 07/02/05 at 11:02
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An entry-level scanner in 24V/250W. The gobos are numerous and beautiful, the dichroic colors are many and bright. DMX controllable, either in standalone mode to the rhythm of music, and possibility of operation in master / slave ...
Small flat, the mounting bracket has trouble holding a position ...
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Eurolite TS-5Published on 12/19/05 at 10:03
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I pass over the dtails techniques you will find on the site Eurolite that is very well done. This is an entry level projector, with good potential but I feel a little limited in power, despite its 250W lamp when it is used with other type PAR56 projectors. In this case it is compltement mang, I think it would have to run 3 or 4 in simultanment to enjoy the effects. Otherwise it's not bad as projected on the bottom of scne but do not clear a room or a projector scne unless you want a fairly Lumire tnbreuse. Note once again that with a low price was a little feedback, even when it is normal if the hardware would sell more expensive, do not rvons!
For the same price you can have some PAR......
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I pass over the dtails techniques you will find on the site Eurolite that is very well done. This is an entry level projector, with good potential but I feel a little limited in power, despite its 250W lamp when it is used with other type PAR56 projectors. In this case it is compltement mang, I think it would have to run 3 or 4 in simultanment to enjoy the effects. Otherwise it's not bad as projected on the bottom of scne but do not clear a room or a projector scne unless you want a fairly Lumire tnbreuse. Note once again that with a low price was a little feedback, even when it is normal if the hardware would sell more expensive, do not rvons!
For the same price you can have some PAR 56 and many more power to "fire", but these are personal choices ....
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  • Manufacturer: Eurolite
  • Model: TS-5
  • Category: Moving mirrors
  • Added in our database on: 10/01/2007

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