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«  versatile but ... »

Published on 01/28/14 at 05:42
Value For Money : Excellent
How long have you use it?
one week for stationary use. a gradation trad 4-way and 4 LED PAR used chacuns 8 channels.

Have you tried many other models before buying it?
yes, all ADB, two Zero88 a starway a behringer and other models.

What is the particular feature you like best and least?
- Accuracy of faders unsatisfactory for controlling LEDs (values ​​pass quickly 5 5 if you are careful.
- A MEMORY AT A TIME! amazing console that does not allow the possibility of using multiple sequences at the same time! it changes absolutely everything level programming ... grrosssse the error of this organ playing.
- Once the first 24 channels A page that is used to save a lot of handling a memory or make a patch with the other 24 page B.
+ Two ancillary relief. in my case, they are used to manage the speed of LED effects, but also very useful for the PAN / TILT and on / off for smoke machines, fog ...
+ As long as you follow the instruction manual is very easy to use.

How would you rate the quality / price?
it all depends if it es to the traditional or LED. I think it's special trad pre configured memory.

With experience, you do again this choice?
not. the biggest problem of non-simultaneous briefs pose big problems in most cases molten traditional and about the Led, plan to spend time making memories that will be fair and flawless.
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