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Thread: Color mix (analogue and TTL)

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    Default Color mix (analogue and TTL)

    I got an question for color mixing when combining analogue and TTL modulation. Didnt find any info in here by searching...
    Green and red has analogue modulation and blue has TTL
    Will I still get 7 colors (8 count black)
    Because I am going to replace my TTL red and green in my RGB laser with analogue.

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    You can get more than 7 colors if you have analog modulation.

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    Lightbulb

    I have a blue TTL and green and red analog. I can get...

    1. red (100%R)
    2. orange (100%r+50%g)
    3. yellow (100%r+100%g)
    4. pea green (50%r+100%g)
    5. green (100%g)
    6. cyan (100%g+100%b)
    7. green blue (50%g+100%b)
    8. blue (100%b)
    9. blue-magenta (100b%+50%R)
    10. magenta (100%r+100%b)
    11. white (100%rgb)
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    allthatwhichis: Thanks, was guessing this. But was not sure!
    What power is youre blue, green and red?

    Hahah...Im blind! It is in youre sig..
    Last edited by cruch; 08-05-2007 at 00:45. Reason: Im blind

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    Lightbulb

    Well, the sig is a little off... My blue is measuring 70 to 75mW, the red is, well a Maxy, so it is doing 200 to 220, and the green is a 150mW but I have been dialing is way down to 50 or so...

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