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    Wink My new RGB is on the way <cantwait>

    My new RGB projector is on the way and I am like a kid waiting for Christmas morning.

    CHEK LAP KOK,
    HK 05/03/2008 6:05 P.M. EXPORT SCAN
    05/03/2008 6:05 P.M. ORIGIN SCAN


    It's 1.5w RGB (650nm 1100mW + 532nm 250mW + 473nm 150mW) and 30k scanners.

    This is the centerpiece to go with my two 300mw greenies on the sides.

    As soon as my eBay auction closes on the iShow software and interface I am selling (what a limited deal that is) I am ordering the FB3 eval kit and my sickness will have fully taken hold.

    Thanks, guys Thanks a whole lot... the wife thanks you too
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    Can you post some more information about the red laser used? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by uncleworm View Post
    Can you post some more information about the red laser used? Thanks
    I thought that seemed a little out of whack as well, but the manufacturer assures me it is the proper balance. All are CNI diodes.

    The manufacturer is SpaceLas:
    http://www.spacelas.com/English/Pro-Lasers.html

    My two green projectors came from an alternate source, and I was searching for an english language manual to determine dmx mapping. In the process, I found these guys, who actually manufactured them. I was very happy with the quality of those, and they offered some spectacular pricing, so I decided to purchase my rgb unit direct.
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    Hi Fearfair

    hope your projector meets your expectations, if the diodes are analog modulation, you should be able to change the colour ballance in the software to give a good white

    are you planning on using these projectors in your comercial ventures ?

    if so you may need a variance , not something that we know much about here in the uk .... but pleanty of people on this forum that are US based will be able to help you with that.

    all the best .... Karl

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