If you could only Buy One "Super Thrower"? (Under $400)

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Artiet59
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Thanks!

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Bardo219 wrote:
New version of TN42 would be my choice. I love the original and would love to try it with the SBT.

K1 with Osram is always good for anyone wanting to stay around $100 budget.


does it have the sbt90.2? it is unclear on thrunite’s website, and i know they have used the sst70 line in the past, which is also an uncommon emitter choice. So i hope this TN42 V2 isnt the 1st generation sbt90, although i dont even knwo if there was a first version bc i cannot find any info on Luminus’ website about a first generation sbt90.

Does anyone know about this?

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It is the SBT90.2….On the Thrunite facebook page they say that all their current offerings with SBT90 are the 90.2 versions. I am not even sure they make the first version anymore.

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