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This Laserworld DS-3000RGB unit was used once for an event and is in like new condition.
The Laserworld Diode Series units come with diode-only laser sources ("Pure Diode") and thus have great beam specifications with beautiful analog color modulation.
The Laserworld DS-3000RGB (ShowNET) units have a built-in network DAC for Showcontroller and Showeditor, but also can be controlled with any ILDA laser control software such as Pangolin Quickshow, Pangolin Beyond, LSX, Lasergraph DSP, etc. via external ILDA interface (e.g. FB3). They also have a built-in memory with pre-set patterns, that can be easily triggered through DMX, automatic and sound-to-light mode.
The Laserworld DS-3000RGB (ShowNET) comes with integrated ShowNET network interface and free laser show software.
(1) Power Cable
(1) Interlock Connector
(1) Road Case
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