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Thread: Pro’s Pro ELECTRONIC TX-500N
02-09-2010, 10:27 PM #1
Pro’s Pro ELECTRONIC TX-500N
I´m considering to buy this mashine.
Please, can anyone tell me how it is or a small review?
08-25-2010, 06:54 AM #2
i do not recommend to buy this machine! the reason - I BOUGHT IT and it's a complete DISASTER.
it is a cheap import from china that ARFAIAN.AT (Pro's Pro) sell - looks great, but the quality is...China-like. I.e. cheap stuff whereever you look.
My TX-500N machine broke down after just 5 weeks...and the complaint process with arfaian was a nightmare. basically, once they sold you this crap stuff, they treat you like an unnecessary and annoying problem, should you have troubles with returning goods.
I have learnt. I would a proper more expensive machine in future rather than cheap Arfaian stuff with no after-sales service whatsoever.
a completely disappointed customer... ARFAIAN Pro's Pro sucks!!!
09-04-2010, 03:50 AM #3
I've using this machine about a year and it's never broken. It works perfect and easy.
I think that "SunJun" has bad luck or I have luck that my machine i's not broken yet.
09-05-2010, 07:30 AM #4
Also been using it for almost a year and no complaints. Works fine here!
09-09-2010, 08:30 AM #5
For this price it is really ok, it does it´s job
But there are 2 points i need to fix...
first: the fixed clamp is destroying my string, bg 65 is ok but not with bg80 with tension like 26 lbs
second: i find that it spins a bit too fast that sometimes my string brakes on the cross
Maybe some advices how i can fix these 2 problems
09-09-2010, 09:43 AM #6
Dont set the fixed clambs to tight?
I've strung BG80 up to 32lbs and no problem with the strngs.
Your second problem i don't got a solution for. Do not really understand what you mean.
09-10-2010, 07:12 AM #7
If i don´t set the clamps tight enough the string slips away... i think new clamps will be the solution -.-
I´ve strung bg80 at 28lbs and on the mains the string just cracked and i checked the gommets. now i think the machine is tensioning too fast. So i want to know if i can slow it down a little bit?
There are 2 screws, the upper is to calibrate the machine but whats the bottom for?
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