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    "we began to use new optics in our green and blue diodes at that time, using the new optics waste some output power of the diodes, however it makes much better beam quality(much more tight beam), and we always believe that a tighter beam is much powerful(penetrating), better than getting higher output figures."
    In simple words: we now use anamorphic prisms to correct the beam......


    "Before we use the old optics, all red, green and blues output higher than its specification, that is why we write them as 3watt green and 2.5watt blue, and now, we write them as 2.7watt and 2.5watt, and we offer 2 choices, one is bigger beam divergence, and good output power figures, 2.7watt green is 3watt output, 2.5watt blue is 2.5watt output."
    Cool, lets keep an eye on that so we are sure they actually do it


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    Quote Originally Posted by edison View Post
    In simple words: we now use anamorphic prisms to correct the beam......




    Cool, lets keep an eye on that so we are sure they actually do it

    100% correct! ,
    for once , I agree with you :P

    anyways, I just had a chance to try these out last Friday, and am satisfied with the beam characteristics,
    the scanner performance are o.k. , but then, I'm used to comparing all other systems to my Cambridge 6215hp's...

    the Pastel colors with the 520 and 462 are ridiculous though!

    will have some pics up asap.
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    Few picture from mine 6W version

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    And I love that unit

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    Also a few video :


    With Pangolin Discoscan :


    Live use at a gig, with Akai Mini APC and Quickshow ( safe zone is use to, it's awesome that the modulation is so good and don't affect the color ! )


    And timecoded show, the 6W is the center projector, side are 3W.

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    Djem, did you buy that projector off of Joost? Only that picture with the open modules appeared on his FB page last night. I was wondering what the projector was actually.. query answered!
    http://www.facebook.com/SubsonicSystems
    http://www.frikkinlazors.co.uk

    You are using Bonetti's defense against me, ah?

    I thought it fitting, considering the rocky terrain.

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    Well it's easy to see witch are my picture, since there is a little black line coming from my camera dead sensor

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    Looks like yours to me

    https://www.facebook.com/rgblaserver...type=1&theater

    Interesting that he posted that before your post here, did you have it up on your FB page previously?
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    You are using Bonetti's defense against me, ah?

    I thought it fitting, considering the rocky terrain.

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    Yes I did, under my real name : Emile Chauvin

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    I'm really impressed with the colours in this unit Djem, beautiful.

    As observed elsewhere, it appears 462 is the antidote to 520 green, so far as restoring yellows are concerned. Could seriously buy 1 or 3 of these, if I had any money of course!

    Just out of interest, what's you're verdict on the discoscan 2.0? Good for just discos or great for general scanning?

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    Humm... it appears these may now be being resold by other manufactures. That's definitely a Lightspace Ascent-X but, it sounds like Joost and now Song also have them available for sale. It looks like Emile also had his laser etched to read ECS 6000.

    I know there is a dealer here in the US that has the Pluto's and I believe one other Lightspace model listed on his web site.

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