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tomsusie last won the day on November 12 2015

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    Saw videos of your displays and searched LOR on the web
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  1. If you are extending your display out into your yard I would also suggest dedicating some circuits that would be run underground to specific areas so you could easily connect your power in outlying areas without running extension cords.
  2. It's not as complicated as you think John. Port 1 is the regular speed network and Port 2 (aux) can be run at as a normal or high speed network. High speed can be good when running RGB lights. You can run your program from one sequence. You specify which network each channel runs in the channel configuration where you indicate it if it is running on the regular network or aux network. So in your case you could run the left side on the regular network and the right side on the aux network. And then when you get to the HU you select 2 networks (4 is for future Directors). Hope that helps. Tom
  3. I agree with Mr. P -- I use them and they are great. Easy to use and reliable. Have not had any pop off and they stay up year round.
  4. WE all start with baby steps, but you'd be surprised how fast that baby grows up and all of a sudden those steps are so much bigger!! Enjoy!
  5. I had a problem in that it would not finish installing. Stopped and restarted install and selected repair. Program installed completely after that. Have not used it yet but all seems to be working -- program shows latest update as being active.
  6. Make sure all rows are together and you are on the 1st column, then click on the 1st row you want to delete, hold the mouse button down and drag down until you've selected the rows desired. then right click and select "select rows" and then right click and select delete.
  7. Well done. I too would like to know about those large balls.
  8. I use both as well. I don't have the standard type of singing faces but I have created faces on my roof matrix that I use for the kids songs (Jingle Bells by Tigger & Pooh). On songs like Pentatonic I don't use any type of faces and just utilize effects to create a feeling for the vocals. Have never felt or had anyone say they didn't like the songs with vocals. They usually help stir the crowd up a little because adults & kids alike will start singing along (especially with the "fun" songs).
  9. Is it connected to a power source?
  10. Are the sequences you are trying to put on your SD card using both networks? I recently created a card to do a test run on a series of lights that will run on my aux network. there was nothing in the sequence list that was on the regular network. I told HU that I had 2 ports on my director but when I got to the next screen only port 1 (aux) was active. The 2nd port was grayed out. However when I put sequences that are set to run on both networks than port 1 shows up as my regular ad port 2 is my aux and both are active and selectable.
  11. My soft date is alwyas Thanksgiving Weekend; but last year was Dec 4th and planning on Dec 1 this year. Thanksgiving coming early this year made it feel ok to light up a week later. Most years I light up sometime between Fri & Sun after Thanksgiving Day.
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