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  1. RBG Newbie - Trianing or RBG sequence

    Sent him a couple of examples last night.
  2. RBG Newbie - Trianing or RBG sequence

    Correct. Takes a little bit of work to setup but it makes it soo much easier. PM me your e-mail and I'll send you something.
  3. RBG Newbie - Trianing or RBG sequence

    Here's a tip - when you set up your controllers in SE, I'm assuming you'll add them as RGB channels. Make a copy of each RGB channel and then un-group it into it's three color channels. You can then arrange all of the Red channels together, etc. That way you can sequence by the combined RGB channel or by a specific color. Because you made a copy of the original channel, anything you do in one spot will automatically appear in the other. This made a world of difference for me when trying to sequence RGB channels.
  4. I Think I'm Adding this to My Display Next Year

    Wow! Reminds me of ELO and their spaceship stage sets.
  5. 2016 Holiday Show

    Wow! Very impressive. I love all of the detail!
  6. Anyone have a good source for replacement 12v mini bulbs at this time of year? I'm trying to rehab some 10 bulb (incan) strings that were in some candy canes, but I can't seem to find any replacement bulbs at a 'reasonable' price. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!
  7. For sale

    PM sent.
  8. Oldest Sequencer Here?

    I guess I'm just a whipper-snapper then. Only 49 (at least until November).
  9. yard sale finds

    Sweet! I guess it's your lucky day!
  10. What did you MAD GRAB?

    I'm getting mine delivered today (and I ordered within the first 5 min or so of the sale). Two CMB16's, two CMB24's and 1000' of cable. Woo hoo!
  11. Building pixel tree

    I'm working on a video showing how I rewire a 10w RGB flood for use in a computer-controlled show.
  12. So how and when did you get started?

    I swear that I was bit from birth. I always loved untangling light strings and hanging them up when I was a kid. From there I convinced my parents to let me start decorating my very own 'Charlie Brown' Christmas tree in our font yard. Flash forward to the mid 90's when I finally got my own house and put up ever larger static displays. Imagine how excited I was when purchased a Mr. Christmas controller and added some blinky/flashy effects to music! I even went out and built a relay system so that I could switch higher loads than the Mr. Christmas could handle on it's own! In 2014 I hit the holy grail - my first fully synchronized show via LOR. Each year since I've added something to the show and (hopefully) made it a little better.
  13. Are these connectors waterproof?

    I've use the JST connectors on my RGB floods for a couple of years now. So far, so good. No rusting or broken connectors (and I get plenty of rain, freezing rain, snow, ice, etc.) I actually like that there not waterproof. As it's been said on the forums before, its not that water isn't going to get in, it's how do you let it get back out again.
  14. You're very welcome. Maybe this year I'll get around to updating it to use the polyphonic inputs for Audacity.
  15. How is your display take-down coming along?

    I haven't even started yet. With this week's highs projected to be 8-10 degrees and a layer of ice from rain on Christmas, it will be early spring before I can get everything down.