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Eurolite TS 150

Moving mirror from Eurolite .

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" Very good RoboScan affordable"

Eurolite TS 150Published on 03/08/11 at 04:45
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
It's been 10 months since I use my two Eurolite TS 150. Both work very well, no problems were reported. I use them in addition to my other RoboScan.

Buy at Thomann (excellent service, good description, sends fast, very good quality / price)

Short Description: plastic box (quite thick so should withstand the weather) reinforced with metal parts (ETRI + "support bars" of the mirror system) at the rear of the unit. Inside, the assembly seems good despite a Chinese-made (and therefore everything that goes with it, such as slightly excessive use of glue on some components).

In use: easy to use, 5 DMX CHANNELS (pan, tilt, color, gobo, strobe) light beam, well defined. The colors are......
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It's been 10 months since I use my two Eurolite TS 150. Both work very well, no problems were reported. I use them in addition to my other RoboScan.

Buy at Thomann (excellent service, good description, sends fast, very good quality / price)

Short Description: plastic box (quite thick so should withstand the weather) reinforced with metal parts (ETRI + "support bars" of the mirror system) at the rear of the unit. Inside, the assembly seems good despite a Chinese-made (and therefore everything that goes with it, such as slightly excessive use of glue on some components).

In use: easy to use, 5 DMX CHANNELS (pan, tilt, color, gobo, strobe) light beam, well defined. The colors are pleasant and well chosen, only downside to this level, bi-colors 2 colors that are bad qualities. The gobos are also nice. The strobe (which is independent of the lamp and which is generated by a moving part controlled by stepper motor) is effective. The luminositée is excellent, certainly the TS 250 is definitely brighter but this model is quite sufficient for a village hall.

The quality / price seems good, I recommend it to any DJ working in mobile disco and wanting a nice effect, good, and especially wanting a camera not too expensive.

Of course, it suffers in comparison with RoboScan Eurolite upscale but not released this model to make these big brothers shadow.

Well that is all I have to say, I hope it help you in your choice of purchase!
Good mix and good fun (and you'll have with this model)
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  • Manufacturer: Eurolite
  • Model: TS 150
  • Category: Moving mirrors
  • Added in our database on: 09/22/2010

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