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    Hey folks, sorry if i post in the wrong section but does anyone have or could give a review of this piece?
    Would love to see some photos as well if possible, not only internal but also beamshot, graphic, colour balance

    I first wanted to order a couple of D-RGB4000 but i wanted something better for graphics.

    I just ordered one with DT40wide scanners, but waiting for it is not my strong side

    Laserwave
    R>900mw/637nm
    G>1000mw/532nm
    B>2000mw/445nm
    Last edited by db3306; 03-13-2014 at 13:37.
    2x 1W RGB(DT40 PRO)
    1x 4W RGB, Full diode (DT40 WIDE)
    2x 1W, 532nm(DT40 WIDE)
    1x ALC68 ArgonGasser with 8ch, PCAOM
    5xFB3SE, BEYOND

    In progress, 2x 2,5w RGB

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    I'm waiting on a 5000a with wides. Can't fault Goldenstar and Winni is great
    lighting the way since 89

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    Quote Originally Posted by db3306 View Post
    Hey folks, sorry if i post in the wrong section but does anyone have or could give a review of this piece?
    Would love to see some photos as well if possible, not only internal but also beamshot, graphic, colour balance

    I first wanted to order a couple of D-RGB4000 but i wanted something better for graphics.

    I just ordered one with DT40wide scanners, but waiting for it is not my strong side

    Laserwave
    R>900mw/637nm
    G>1000mw/532nm
    B>2000mw/445nm
    Did you ever receive this? Pictures of the projector ?

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    If it's anything like the N-RGB5000's then you're in for a treat. The x and y pots have a mind of their own, but small price to pay for great beam specs and modulation

    As for photo's, check out the ones from the last UKLEM here

    http://www.photonlexicon.com/forums/...243#post290243
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    https://m.facebook.com/story.php?sto...5&id=508090544

    Can post pictures later.
    Got it with the 520nm.

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