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    Hi
    Info Need on the Kvant Spectrum 2.5 watt laser
    Can anyone give me an idea of when this model first came into production
    I have a chance of buying one ex demo model like new complete with case and cables for 1,500
    Or would i be better off buying a new 1800 watt Clubmax

    Paul

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    Buy the Clubmax and give me the sellers info on the Spectrum 2.5.
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    Hi

    Im gonna give the Spectrum a miss its on Ebay UK
    Found out they were made in 2012 so getting on a bit
    The seller says its had 20 hours use

    Im guessing the clubmax might be a better option

    Paul

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    I believe it's all diode so, you're actually probably right. The Spectrums are nice units though. I have a couple of the 1.6's. I really don't need another projector in the 2.5 to 3 watt range though but, it's a good price for what it is. Especially for someone in the UK.
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    20 hours is essentially brand new. I have several that arrived with 12-16 hours of burn-in on them (not Kvants, but still...)

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    Well its on Ebay UK
    Please have a look and let me know what you think

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1718219134...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

    Paul

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    From the listing: "all measurements are actual output out of the Projector after optics so an equivalent Chinese Projector would need to be 4 or 5 watt to produce the same output"

    LULZ, right. It does say Kvant on it after all... that must be good for some mw right there.

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