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    Default Golden Star w2000 Laser RGB 2W

    Hi, after read a lot on this forum and ask for some advice, i contacted Mimi to buy this laser. It seems to be the best option for me, balanced price and quality.
    Less than a month i received the laser in Argentina. Im DJ here, i work in weddings and birthday.

    Specs: Red> 500MW/638nm
    Green: 500MW/520nm
    Blue : 1W/445nm
    control: DMX, SD and ILDA

    i really like this laser, i attached pictures and videos. colors are great, effect very nice, 30k scanner do a great job with custom .ild files i do using LaserShowGen program.
    thanks again for all the advices and good information.
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    For your use this might be a good price/quality choice. But for more professional use, this little friend wont last long as it has no tec-cooling and limited cooling capacity, diodes and scanners will get hot during use what increases their lifespan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luisdjar View Post
    do a great job with custom .ild files i do using LaserShowGen program.
    thanks again for all the advices and good information.
    So you can save the .ild files to the SD card then recall those using dmx?
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    Quote Originally Posted by KoenD View Post
    ..., diodes and scanners will get hot during use what increases their lifespan.
    Increase lifespan is good, no?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KoenD
    For your use this might be a good price/quality choice. But for more professional use, this little friend wont last long as it has no tec-cooling and limited cooling capacity
    Really, get a grip.
    Those diodes at those powers don't need TEC cooling, they are more than happy with passive cooling.
    I've got bigger diodes running overdriven in projectors with only passive cooling for the last 4 years with no issues in 'professional' environments.
    Adding TEC cooling unnecessarily just increases the amount of heat you have to manage in the unit.
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