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    Default FS: 5x new Easylase II

    I can let them go for cheap but not too cheap
    please let me know your offer and i say yes or no
    the packages are 100% new and never used!

    EasyLase ® USB II Box Desktop
    Differences to old EasyLase USB

    EasyLase USB II
    Used Microprocessor: 32 Bit, 48MHz
    Output speed max.: 110000 pps
    Number of colour channels: 6 or 5+Intensity
    Resolution colour channels: 12 Bit
    Signals X/Y: symmetrical +/-5V
    Signals colours: single ended 0-5.2V
    Shutter signal: active controlled
    Output jitter: not visible
    DMX-out at ILDA-connector: Yes
    DMX signal drivers on board: Yes
    Output data protocol: streaming
    Power over USB: Yes

    EasyLase USB (old)
    Used Microprocessor: 16 Bit, 24MHz
    Output speed max.: 65000 pps
    Number of colour channels: 3+Intensity
    Resolution colour channels: 8 Bit
    Signals X/Y: „floating“ differencial 10V max.
    Signals colours: „floating“ differencial 5.2V max.
    Shutter signal: fixed to +5V
    Output jitter: strong >45Kpps
    DMX-out at ILDA-connector: No
    DMX signal drivers on board: No
    Output data protocol: frame by frame
    Power over USB: No

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    How much? AND where are you in the world?
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    He's in the Netherlands.

    Has anyone done any reviews on the Easylase II yet?

    I know the old Easylase USB wasn't superb (but not as bad as the old iShow boxes), and I'd be willing to subject one of these new boxes to a review.

    I'm located pretty close to Laserwinkel so borrowing one for a review isn't such a big problem.

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    I'd be interested, if the price was right. But considering the Riya basic is only $250 and offers stand-alone SD-card playback, Ethernet connectivity, USB power, plus several cool output features (including blanking shift and true differential signaling), I'd say that the price on these Easylase units would have to be *really* right...

    Adam

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    These Easylase units are being sold for '225 euro's with worldwide shipping included'

    225.00 EUR
    =
    275.595 USD


    Rates according to XE.com today.
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    Is the communication protocol with these units open? Is there an API for them like the original Easylase?

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    Please see manual for all details: www.laserwinkel.nl/bestanden/easylase2.pdf

    for the API: "A driver-DLL with open documented API allows to use the board with self-written showsoftware."

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