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  1. Pixel Controllers for sale

    Thanks for the replies and posts. Everything is sold.
  2. Hello, I have a 27 channel dmx dumb controller ($25) and a LOR CMB 24 channel dumb controller ($50) for sale. Also, I have 9 sets of 25 dumb pixels with 10-foot extensions I will include very cheaply. The first 2 links below are the 2 controllers. The 3rd link is the pixels except mine are colored wire and in 25-pixel sets w/the 10-foot waterproof connectors (HC). Direct email me or pm if interested. willtamharr@gmail.com $100.00 for all shipping included or separate excluding shipping Regards, William http://www.holidaycoro.com/27-Channel-DMX-Controller-for-RGB-Lights-25-Amps-p/25.htm http://store.lightorama.com/cmdedcca3.html http://www.holidaycoro.com/Dumb-RGB-50-Node-String-With-Waterproof-Connectors-p/58-wp.htm
  3. Preview change not changing.

    I had the same issue and could not figure it out. What did you do bdwillie
  4. RGB Cross

    I copied his design. You can put smart pixels instead of dumb ones. With this design you have an inside cross and an outside cross. Or maybe make one cross and do the inside /outside effect with smart pixels. His pictures explain. Made from coro. http://teamg4.org/gallery/rgb-cross/
  5. Adding RGB in 2018

    ericg2000 I sent you a PM
  6. Hello Everyone, Question #1 - Do Cat6 cables help when you have a few thousand pixels, or Cat5e good enough? On a similar topic, does megabit or gigabit network switch better? Question #2 - When you power inject with an external power supply, exactly what is the best configuration? I remember reading somewhere that the power supplies (initial ps and the external ps) need to be tied together or something. Please explain simply, not in electrician talk. Question #3 - Similarly to question #2, would injecting power 100% be better than using the power supply that powers the controller? I was thinking maybe a small PS for the board and power inject my entire display. Thoughts and maybe a how-to! Thanks, William
  7. Looking for Chrstmas This Year by Toby Mac

    Hello, I would like a copy. willtamharr at gmail dot com
  8. LED Lights

    I use Walmart lights with much success. Used them for years. Yes, when I set up every year there are some that don't work, but cheap and good enough to replace. I have thousands so 2-5 strands a year is nothing. Don't use GE brand from Walmart. They do not react well to fast input.
  9. Good King Joy by TSO

    No one has this song to share? please PM me
  10. Good King Joy by TSO

    Does anyone have Good King Joy by TSO and willing to share with me? PM me, Thanks,
  11. I suggested hot glue for most hanging on brick, and I back that, because I hang my twenty-two 14 inch LED snowflakes that way. I also have RGB wreaths and snowflakes that are much heavier. I did similar to what you are thinking. I drilled a pilot hole into the face of the brick (per instructions) and used masonry screws (the blue ones, Tapcon brand) and hung nylon cable clamps (you need a hammer drill tho). Every year I just zip tie the RGB wreaths and Snowflags the exact same spot as the previous year. Use hot melt for cord management. Easy hang and easy takedown. Hope this helps.
  12. Ditto previous post. I use hot melt for most hanging on brick, cord management, etc. I have never had anything fall off.
  13. Looking for Minions jingle bells

    Mr. Bill P, may I have a copy also. willtamharr at gmail dot com Thank you for your time and willingness to share.
  14. Temptation Silent Night Faces & Pixel

    Hello! I would like a copy. willtamharr at gmail dot com Thank you!
  15. hot glue

    My experience with hot glue is very positive. I use hot glue to put my snowflakes on brick, cord management, 50 strobes everywhere, other misc. circumstances. I use Walmart hot glue. Bought a more commercial gun to do more work faster. At the end of the season I yank, pull, or pry. No holes, cheaper than zip ties (even tho zips aren't much either), pulls of clean. Never had anything come off premature, thru rain and snow. I do zip tie my strips to pvc, then hot glue those to the house also. I can't do my display without hot glue and zip ties. For my C9 strobes I just put a lil hot glue to the base of the holder and stick. Why wouldn't that work on wood! That's what I would do. They won't move, even in a storm. My experience and 2 cents. Not discounting what everyone else says.