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Geni Mojo Scan 2 (MJC2X)
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  • CedjayCedjay

    Geni Mojo Scan 2 (MJC2X)Published on 05/22/04 at 05:31
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - I use it for about 3 years
    - The particular feature I like in the mojo scan II: powerful, fast
    What I like least: a little but Bruille night we did not hear! (Normal: x)
    Qualitprix-report: excellent
    -Discomobile: not to be missed!
  • decibel78decibel78

    Geni Mojo Scan 2 (MJC2X)Published on 04/08/05 at 00:58
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Discomobile uses for 3 years.
    very good value for money, works in standalone or dmx.
    for the price, the gobos and colors are very correct.
    good reliability.
    Indeed it is a very nice considering the price, I recommend
    I would do the same choice
  • tony on-linetony on-line

    Geni Mojo Scan 2 (MJC2X)Published on 04/11/05 at 08:59
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - Rather RTISS dpart to the quality of articles Geni ... Finally, I am rather satisfied with the rsultat.
    - Intgr park since our ds + or-3 years. They are reliable and robust enough. Be careful though the mirrors (they are quite fragile during transport, a rack prvoir ddi.
    - I recommend using them with a DMX console packs of 4, the result is quite enjoyable eye.
    Control of gobos, colors, excutive speed fast enough.
    - For a first purchase, fulfill their role MojoScan ds this range of px.
    - Good qualitprix, monitors promo resellers, this can be very interresting!
  • algaualgau

    Geni Mojo Scan 2 (MJC2X)Published on 11/24/08 at 08:16
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    I bought 4 there are about 4 ans.Ils are easy to use, not very heavy, gobos and colors are nice, easy to change the lamp-tip: take the most valuable brand-Small: switch Termination avoiding a DMX. I find the mirrors a bit slow and stands tend to loosen. For use in small rooms for a good record.
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