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    Default RGP Laser i.Rose 600mw

    Hi guys,

    This is going to be my first post here in this forum. I always loved lighting and laser equipment so I thought was time to get my first real professional laser. I can't spend much money on it, so I opted for a RGP laser from a chinese manufacture. After many research I beleive I found a nice cost/benefit laser projector:

    Manufacture: Xinyulaser (http://www.xinyulaser.com/)
    Model: i.Rose 600mw
    Red: 300mw 635nm
    Green: 100mw 532nm
    Blue Violet: 200mw 405nm
    Scan angle: 60 degree
    PPS: 30000
    DMX: 16 Channels

    This is the same manufacture of the ishow control system (I know many of you really don't like this control system, but I am more interested in their laser system)

    This laser also has a USB port to directly upload laser gobos to the laser projector.

    The manual of the laser is attached.

    Can any of you give some advices about this laser? Has anyone bought one? Any suggestion is very much appreciated.

    Thanks in advance.Click image for larger version. 

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    Interesting. How about some scan photos or video?

    How much did you pay?
    This space for rent.

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    I don't have any photo, just the manual...

    this one cost US$ 605,00 + shipping, it is not in the very cheap line of chinese products, but I beleive the features are much better.

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    Wow, that is pretty cheap considering. How would you rate the galvos and electronics?
    This space for rent.

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    No idea, that is what I was interested to find out here... But comparing to the other manufactures it seems better.

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    did you order it straight from the xinyulaser url or did you get it from somewhere else? i am wanting a laser in that pricerange and that one looks good. would this laser be very visible in the dark outside? let me know how it turns out.

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    LOL-

    no offense my friend but . . . .

    I thought was time to get my first real professional laser
    and . . .

    this one cost US$ 605,00 + shipping
    do not make sense. a *professional* laser system does not cost $600.

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    Some people have different opinions of professional laser system. That will probably work just as well for an application. It may not do as many things, and it may be lower quality, but it still can work fine.
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    Hence why it isnt "Professional."

    For a garage party....fine.
    for a keg party.....fine
    for a 200 sq. foot dance club that plays the macarena.....fine

    for a "Professional" Laser display....NOT so fine.

    I can buy a car.....but it doesnt make it a professional race car.

    When the lines are crossed between professioanl and not professional, i lose (and so do other PROFESSIONAL companies) alot of money.

    a $600 chinese laser is not professional. Sorry brother....

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    Quote Originally Posted by gottaluvlasers View Post
    LOL-

    no offense my friend but . . . .



    and . . .



    do not make sense. a *professional* laser system does not cost $600.

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