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    Hi,

    I am a new member to the forums. I am an experienced DJ and Events lighting provider based in South-east England, looking to take our laser show to the next level and have recently bought Quickshow as a method of control.

    I wondered whether anyone had a fairly recent RGB projector with ILDA interface in good condition that they were looking to dispose of. I don't need (or want) anything hugely powerful - I suppose up to about 2W maximum but it must have decent galvos capable of both animation and beam shows. Ideally it would need to be analogue rather than TTL, as well.

    I am not looking for a project here - my technical knowledge and time for tinkering is very limited so it needs to be something that I will be able to run off-the shelf. Ideally it should not be too big or heavy, and would also come with a flightcase as it will be solely used in a mobile environment.

    Please contact me via pm or personal e-mail if you think you have anything suitable:

    james@silverpines.co.uk
    James Skinner
    Silver Pines Sound & Light

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    Many thanks for the link, but those are way above my budget, I am sorry to say. I would be looking to spend around 1,200 to 1,400 max.
    James Skinner
    Silver Pines Sound & Light

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    you can also contact Rob, I believe one of his "shoeboxes" would suit you rather well

    www.stanwax.co.uk


    and then, there is always the chinese, but this can be a mixed bag in terms of what you get and the level of support
    "its called character briggs..."

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    Or...goldenstarlaser.com ?
    2 x DIY RGB projector
    2 FB3
    Pangolin Beyond Ultimate and Pangolin Quickshow
    .

    My some show videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4Q...vDRS2QA/videos

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    Hi James.

    I have a spare 1.5(ish)w rgb unit that might suit.
    No flight case I'm afraid as it's never been out of my workshop.
    It's basic but works ok with quick show and would be ok as a first projector for beam shows.
    I can't remember what scanners are in it but they're definitely not Cambridge, so not great for graphics...

    Pm me if you're interested?
    If in doubt... Give it a clout?

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    Laser system: Pure Diode 400mW & 2W & 5W RGB Laser.



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    Quote Originally Posted by WookieBoy View Post
    Hi James.

    I have a spare 1.5(ish)w rgb unit that might suit.
    No flight case I'm afraid as it's never been out of my workshop.
    It's basic but works ok with quick show and would be ok as a first projector for beam shows.
    I can't remember what scanners are in it but they're definitely not Cambridge, so not great for graphics...
    Thanks for the offer, but I do really need something with the option for graphics.
    James Skinner
    Silver Pines Sound & Light

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaNeK779 View Post
    you can also contact Rob, I believe one of his "shoeboxes" would suit you rather well

    www.stanwax.co.uk
    I have sent Rob an e-mail and will wait for his response.
    James Skinner
    Silver Pines Sound & Light

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