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    Default Who makes a good 9 watt?

    Anyone have any recommendations for a good balanced 9 watt 638:532:445 3:3:3 ?

    Going to take out a loan haha. 9 should be able to handle outdoors pretty well yea?

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    Must have a variance.. forgot about that part
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    Talk to X-Laser about a Defiant.

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    Marc (*gottaluvlasers* here on PL) is located in New Haven, Connecticut, CT
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    I would love a Luminance, but i'm a one man show and that is a big ass projector he makes haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bradfo69 View Post
    Talk to X-Laser about a Defiant.
    I just watched their video... haha that thing is cool!
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    JD3- if you're getting a variance and going pro, don't forget you have to register in Texas with the state health department and pay an annual fee based on how many units you have. I think mine was about $1100/yr. TX still requires show notification. I don't believe you have to notify the FDA-CDRH for each show anymore, but you have to keep records and file the annual report.

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    Sounds like it has gone up - I thought it was $300 for two years.
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    Kvant!

    For outdoor, as much power as you can afford, I wod be looking at 10w plus
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave View Post
    Kvant!

    For outdoor, as much power as you can afford, I wod be looking at 10w plus
    Haha I do agree.. BUT im trying not to send my self to far into debt :P
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    i can't fault Lightspace and Viasho if you are on a budget.

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