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    Default (Video) I need more red

    http://www.vimeo.com/2385923 you all should know where some of the loops are from.... I really do need a better red......I'll have more videos soon....
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    Quote Originally Posted by LaserGuy216 View Post
    http://www.vimeo.com/2385923 you all should know where some of the loops are from.... I really do need a better red......I'll have more videos soon....
    Great video/show must get myself Pango'd
    I do like a nice red ...what about 650nm - 450mw perhaps?
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    ive recently seen a home made a 1watt 635nm setup.

    very fooking nice i tell ya
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    Quote Originally Posted by andy_con View Post
    ive recently seen a home made a 1watt 635nm setup.

    very fooking nice i tell ya
    I bet that is awesome a lone 635nm at 1 watt
    ....with a green I likes a 650nm , just my preference
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    you may see it at the meet im not sure
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    I am not an expert, but If you wanna use a red @671nm I think you need at least 800-900 mw (maybe 1 W).
    As you know 671nm is a wavelenght enought difficult to menage because human eye doesn't perceive it as good as 635 or 650nm.


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    Dude! I LOVE the soundtrack!

    I see you chose the same style of music as I did for my laser demo videos.

    ROCK ON!!!

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    yeah, i love this sound track,, the hummmmm of the fans really does it for me..... I really need a 635nm or 650nm in the higher mW to make me happy,,,,
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    Wow.... Those are some loud fans!

    Yeah, 671 nm is really far down on the response curve for the human eye. You need a *lot* more red if you're going to stick with 671nm...

    A hundred mw 635nm would be more than enough. Or around 400 mw of 658nm would do just as well. (You've got lots of extra green - your limiting factor is red, then blue.)

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