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Starway Aquila

Moving mirror from Starway .

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Audiofanzine FRAudiofanzine FR

Starway AquilaPublished on 12/11/08 at 07:22
(Originally written by djtnt25/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
I just got two Acquila Starway scans.

Very good value for money.

Good lighting power, clean gobo effects (considering the price). The mirror doesn't respond very precisely to the pan and tilt controls, but they do their job ok considering the price.

The unit has two wheels, one for gobos and one for colors.

Gobo and color effects are quite clean.

As a summary, it's a very good small scan for people on a limited budget!!!!

And you get two years warranty.
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Starway AquilaPublished on 12/02/08 at 13:44
(Originally written by breton91/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
- Two weeks

- Imprecise Tilt and pan settings.

- I compared them with the Ghost Tec-scan I own and there is a huge difference.

Ghost has a much better manufacturing quality, the gobos look nicer, the lighting intensity is also higher.

Good value for money for mobile DJ applications if you don't have much money, but bad value for money if you want a good-quality product.

I wouldn't buy it again.

Buy a higher-range product, you won't regret it.
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evenmaxevenmax

Starway AquilaPublished on 06/29/05 at 03:56
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it for about 2 years and I think I never change the bulb and then just one time. I use it throughout the night.
This scanner is simple but it works well trs, he has a good brightness.
I never tried other model before I just saw the other scanner that can be more prcis the beam.
Trs Qualitprix good value! It is really cheap and work well with trs in addition it has 4 channels DMX is not often that price!
I would, no problem STARWAY products (I test the lyre which are well-trs)
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WitjejeWitjeje

Starway AquilaPublished on 11/20/05 at 12:31
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I use four scans Aquila 3 years controlled by the console Shamman starway home. I am delighted with the result, except that a small temperature offset of the color of a scan, despite a change in the lamp. In short, to summarize, c a scan light, little emcombrant, that is right for mobile use. For a scan with two wheels discociées and less than € 200, do not hesitate. Today I would like to complete my fleet by acquiring four new Aquila.
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  • Manufacturer: Starway
  • Model: Aquila
  • Category: Moving mirrors
  • Added in our database on: 06/27/2006

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