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Audiofanzine FR's review (SX Lighting - Goboprism)

By Audiofanzine FR, 09/03/2009
(Originally written by critrangerjuju/translated from Audiofanzine FR)
- How long have you been using it?

Almost every weekend for three years.

- Which feature do you like the most / the least?

Nice colors, nice and different gobos, good dance floor covering, wonderful floods... I can't get enough of it! I've changed the lamp only once time because of the reflector!

- Did you try any other models before buying it?

No, I only used a Contest zapper with different (quite useless) settings and the Goboprism provides a better lighting power and nicer gobos.

- How would you rate its value for money?

Very good.

- Based on your experience, would you buy this product again?

I wouldn't hesitate it... but how long will I have to wait for a HMI version?

Audiofanzine FR's review (Ghost - Green 30)

By Audiofanzine FR, 30/12/2010
December, 2007

I like:
* Power (it seems more powerful than other 30mw because it has no protection pane)
* Nice forms
* Basic DMX control but it's fun still
* Very compact size and light weight
* Very affordable
* Nice visual effect

I don't like:
* Seems to be fragile
* One or two additional DMX channels would be useful

Among the affordable 30-mw lasers, I also tried out the Dune, which has a better finish but creates less impressive effects.

Excellent value for money.
With the same budget, I would buy it again, but I would choose another brand if I had more money.

It seems that the production quality is not always the same, because I've read in forums that users have faulty units. That's not my case. Mine works very well and I'm very satisfied with the visual results. But it's true that the housing and the mirrors are very cheap. I don't really know if the product will withstand the test of time.

Originally written by davv on Audiofanzine FR.

very affordable and tons of lighting (ADJ (American DJ) - Micro Galaxian)

By JimboSpins, 26/10/2012
The American Dj Micro Galaxian is a laser lighting effects machine. It comes with a wireless remote and should be added to your set immediately. It only cost 99 USD, it is probably about the best lighting investment you can make when you are first starting out. It is very easy to start using with your set up. It can stand on its own and does not need to be mounted to anything to work, you can have it sitting where your booth is and it will shock your crowd. The sound active mode is very good, it will allow you to have everything synced up, so basically it is a set it and forget it type of unit.

The Galaxian is well built; it is not real heavy and can be taken with you from place to place easy. The Galaxian has a built in internal fan that will not allow it to get over heated so it does not get damaged. Having a remote with it is a huge bonus, you will be able to just sit it there or mount it up with the brackets and easily change stuff with the remote and not even have to go near the unit. The Galaxian has over 200 beams of red and/or green laser lighting patterns.

For the 99 dollars that it cost, you will get some really cool lighting. You have nothing to lose when purchasing this unit. This should be one of the first lighting units that you purchase if you are getting into being a DJ. It will last you a long time, and it is easy to set up. The Galaxian will add some flavor to your sets and energy to the club. Some clubs may have lighting already set up, but either way it is always good to have your own lighting set up so you will have it wherever you are just in case.

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