- Oct 18, 2009
Does anyone know, or have any evidence showing whether the diodes from these two units are actually any different from one another, or are they the exact same thing, and the A140 just drives them harder?
-We should settle this BUMP-
I'd like to know this too but I find it hard to believe. I don't think they'd manufacture two different diodes only to have them run at a slightly different wattage. HAs anyone torture tested both side by side?
I don't know of anyone who has yet. However, even testing a couple of them side-by-side will NOT tell us this. Diodes vary in their efficiency from diode to diode. How can you know which you got from which projector?
Did you get a high efficiency diode from the A130? Did you get a low efficiency diode from the A140? Did you get two low or two high efficiency diodes from the different projectors? Only after testing MANY, MANY diodes will we be able to answer this question with any degree of confidence
Laser cooked chicken!! Never thought of it! Thanks Hak.
LaserWave Oven coming soon from Halo Technologies & Hakzaw Inc. kasio projectors are so useful. Well unless you want to watch a movie with a quality picture :na:.
Only time and testing will tell--in the meantime--someone selling the A-140 MIGHT say--A-140s-- HEFTY HEFTY HEFTY !!!---A-130s?? Wimpy Wimpy Wimpy!! J/K lol
I offer the A-130s & I am not convinced the extra $$ are worth it--but what do I know?? :shhh:
One thing for sure--130 or 140--laserglow can no longer say the offer the most powerful (Herc) laser in the World--still the brightest tho.
Ya'll be careful--either 445 will injury someone equally--:gun:
btw anyone try to set a piece of raw chicken 'on fire instantly' ...as in 'sets flesh on fire instantly'??
make mine well done please,,,,:na:
I heard that diodes from the 130 have better beam profile than ones from the 140... can anyone confirm this?