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  • crossrider02crossrider02

    KoolSound Super Strobe 1000Published on 02/02/09 at 08:54
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I have been a year

    He does that to me is more decorative waiting to buy a real strob

    My lyres in 250 MSD serve until

    l do not buy it serves no purpose
  • Audiofanzine FRAudiofanzine FR

    KoolSound Super Strobe 1000Published on 12/10/08 at 07:48
    (Originally written by merolecho/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    I'll try to give my opinion about this strobe without getting angry...

    I bought it first and foremost for its price... I didn't test it before buying it... Otherwise I wouldn't have bought it! It looks like a good strobe but its quality is lousy! I already owned two strobes, a 1500 watts one and a 75 watts one, both from Starway. And I wanted something in between... My lighting intensity measurements prove that the 75-watt Starway Dance Strobe 2 produces more light than this 1000-watt Kool Light! Does anybody get that?

    Another turnoff is that the unbalanced load stays in the cable. So when you put it away you get …
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    (Originally written by merolecho/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
    I'll try to give my opinion about this strobe without getting angry...

    I bought it first and foremost for its price... I didn't test it before buying it... Otherwise I wouldn't have bought it! It looks like a good strobe but its quality is lousy! I already owned two strobes, a 1500 watts one and a 75 watts one, both from Starway. And I wanted something in between... My lighting intensity measurements prove that the 75-watt Starway Dance Strobe 2 produces more light than this 1000-watt Kool Light! Does anybody get that?

    Another turnoff is that the unbalanced load stays in the cable. So when you put it away you get an electric shock when you touch the plug! This can't be serious!

    I'm not satisfied at all with this strobe and I strongly advise everyone to avoid it! Pay a bit more and you'll get a real strobe!

    Have a nice day
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