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    Default Goldenstar D-RGB4000 - 4W RGB - Does any one have one? Review? Internal photo's?

    Does any one have one of the above please? Has a review on it or maybe some internal photo's of it please?

    They look too good to be true at less that £1000 shipped. If they are OK then I may indulge. I have Beyond sat here without a mate to play with

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    They are great for a beam projector, and not bad graphics, just very bad red for graphics.

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    nothing wrong that you cant sort jim ,just need a little beam correction on the red and blue
    at that price its worth buying just as a green projector

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    Does any one have one of the above please? Has a review on it or maybe some internal photo's of it please?

    They look too good to be true at less that £1000 shipped. If they are OK then I may indulge. I have Beyond sat here without a mate to play with

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    The D is for Disco, so it's their very worst quality modules with just a collimator on the red and blue. Nothing you couldn't fix with some time and prism/cylinders but you might want to work out how much the optics would cost and see what that extra money might buy you from Winni? Maybe ask how much a better red and blue might add to the cost, they will customize for you.
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    I have been looking for a thread about this same projector . I will only be using it for beam displays might buy a couple if it's any good for this purpose.

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    I haven't seen a review of this projector anywhere. If you end up getting one then please post a review.

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    Hi friends !
    I provide D-RGB4W some pics in attachment ,u can have a look .
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    Please contact me if u need more information.
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    D-RGB4W is with flightcase about 13KG,it is with carton package about 8KG .

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    I've not seen the D-RGB, but the N-RGB5000 is a damn good projector. Great beam specs (all Laserwave)
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    Jim, I'm bringing both 5 Watters to the UKLEM. Happy for you to plug your laptop into one
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