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Thread: Need some advice on an RGB purchase

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    Default Need some advice on an RGB purchase

    I currently have two 300mw green projectors.


    The iShow package is reasonably lame, but I am only interested in beam show with them at the moment anyway. Otherwise, I am quite pleased with them. Here are a couple of pictures from my garage to show relative brightness.







    My goal is to use these two lasers as side pieces and an RGB unit as a centerpiece. I have been offered, from the same manufacturer, a RGB1000mw unit for $2200 USD! It uses the same scanner set as my current units, which I am pretty happy with. Do you think this unit would complement the green units well or get completely overpowered by them.

    The power is broken down as follows:
    RGB1000mW: 650nmRED 800mW, 532nmGREEN 100mW, 473nmBLUE 100mW.
    (he also offers a 635nm RED, but it's out of my price range right now:
    RGB500: RED635nm 300mW + Green532nm 100mW + Blue473nm 100mW)

    Here's the manufacturer page on the units, RGB is on the bottom.

    http://www.spacelas.com/English/Pro-Lasers.html

    Any advice is appreciated.
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    The 500mw is quite nicely balanced, but 100mw of blue in a 1w? No way.... you need way more!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave View Post
    The 500mw is quite nicely balanced, but 100mw of blue in a 1w? No way.... you need way more!
    Well, I asked about that. Actually, I thought the Red was way out of whack, but that's before I understood the difference between 635 and 650...

    This is the answer I was given:
    800mW RED 650nm is not very bright. The multi-color is perfect. I will offer our best suggestion to you. Don't worry.
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    Default 635nm red diode is pretty.

    I suggest you use 635nm red diode module. Its price is down now.

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