...the LunaSol Centauri.
...no really, it is special, keep scrolling...
...why yes, I did give my LS27 a GDuP brain transplant. The new name is a reference to the Centauri solar system, which is comprised of three stars of varying brightness, much like the three brightness levels my LS-C is now equipped with. Now it's not only a flooder and a thrower in one package, but I can also choose how much throw I want to have. The man behind the curtains is Wayne Yamaguchi, who graciously agreed to accept money in exchange for a pair of custom-programmed GDuP drivers, one of which has replaced my LS27's high-mode driver board. Levels are set to 90mA, 300mA, and 1000mA. I tell you what, this thing is cookin' with gas on the brightest setting.