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Martin ZR 12 DMX

Smoke Machine from Martin .

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" Very good machine"

Martin ZR 12 DMXPublished on 08/30/11 at 02:05
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Hello,

I bought this machine used two months ago, she is really good. I only used once, at a concert outdoors with little wind.
The DMX control lets you control the intensity of the smoke in real time. She consumed less than 0.5 L for 2 hours together (batch operation).
It is quite expensive but worth it. I tried a machine first prize and it was really bad.
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Martin ZR 12 DMXPublished on 05/13/06 at 02:19
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I use it for some months now.

What I love most in this machine is the power it develops, the control of its flow in DMX, the quality of the effect output ... It is difficult to regulate against for having a small stream to a mist ... I was still groping about it.

I tried a ANTARI before, as powerful, but not DMX.

It is a bit expensive, yes, but the JEM-Martin, with all it acts as service, quality of finish, components used, products made with JEM (Personal Studio Haze).

I'm not disappointed with the machine, but I had to make a techno haze, for the use I have ... more expensive, but better suited to a beautiful mist.

But nothing to say about the quality of the smoke machine. ...
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I use it for some months now.

What I love most in this machine is the power it develops, the control of its flow in DMX, the quality of the effect output ... It is difficult to regulate against for having a small stream to a mist ... I was still groping about it.

I tried a ANTARI before, as powerful, but not DMX.

It is a bit expensive, yes, but the JEM-Martin, with all it acts as service, quality of finish, components used, products made with JEM (Personal Studio Haze).

I'm not disappointed with the machine, but I had to make a techno haze, for the use I have ... more expensive, but better suited to a beautiful mist.

But nothing to say about the quality of the smoke machine.
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  • Manufacturer: Martin
  • Model: ZR 12 DMX
  • Category: Smoke Machines
  • Added in our database on: 03/24/2006

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