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«  Pros, go your way »

Published on 01/13/13 at 10:51
I used 4 of these machines on a benefit-type nightclub is not folichon ....

Already aspect is the thin sheet which gives an overall air of fragility, just the same kind as the clubscan starway, the machine is equipped with 4 carrying handles, that's fine, but they are not correctly positioned to allow a perfect handling.

At start its been a ruckus monster, silent for an application that is simply impossible.

Then in operation, it is average. The colors are average (good and bad), like for gobos, prism is classic, the focus do its job.
The dimmer is not too bad, but the reactivity leaves something to be desired, it is a little soft ... and do not like chasers too fast.
Default for my taste is that this machine does not open enough. Power is typical for the 575, nothing Pharaohs.

Then ben reliability level is Russian roulette on 4 machines that I had, I could only use 3, you should know that the electronics will not start if the lamp fails to start, and If one of my 3 scan've never wanted to start his mail. The person possessing them told me that it never happened ...
You should also know that if cut DMX, the scan does not stay on the latest news sent ... mossieur not, it switches to musical ... horror, and with this, it swings in the DMX random information, so that even pro machines located after them begin to do anything (ie RoboScan Martin) ..

Note 2, corresponding to "bad."
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