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~DOC~ last won the day on December 21 2018

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    Mechanicsburg, OH
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    Cars, woodwork, sports shooting, hunting, building things
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  1. Thanks exactly what I was look for. Got RGB for new home. But square nodes.
  2. Just a curious question where does everyone hang their lights on their homes outline. Under soffit, top of gutter, bottom of gutter or other. Also like to know why you choose this particular option. What’s the good and bad of each position. I bought a old home and the second floor gutters will be problematic to hang as I get older. Just looking at the future. I wonder what it would look like If I installed under soffit next to house wall specifically.
  3. Looks like I am late in the game (149 responses) so I will watch your video. Will you paste it here or start a new thread so I know where to look. Anyway this is awesome your doing this. Hope it goes well and more are offered.
  4. Thanks k6ccc. I missed out last year due to us moving long story I am not going into. Actually really missed this forum and the helpful people here. I believe I have more lights than I need. I had pixels and controller already, but then I saw the sale and over indulged. (With the wife’s blessing of course) I will be hitting it hard the next few months. I think the easiest solution would be best. I am still an amateur. So by getting the large 80 CCR will make it simpler? My goal is to get a basic house outline, tree and singer face complete. Not going all out bells and whistles. May even tap in
  5. Just moved to new home and of course I am behind. Lots to do. Anyway trying to control 3200 pixels. Which superstar version would be best. I search for a thread related to this could not find. Hoping for good input on which one to get and why. Superstar is not the cheapest thing. Thank you in advanced.....
  6. I like to apologize to everyone I have ignored request on. I been really out of it with me moving and all. Once I am unpacked I will get this out too you all.
  7. You’ll need to give me sometime. Recently sold and bought a home and everything is in unknown locations at the moment. But I will get it too you.
  8. Love to have a copy glivingston.doc@gmail.com thank you
  9. Mr. P Ok I remember this where do I go to see this. It was if I recall 5. Something
  10. Ok so my show PC has S4 my new laptop I did S5. I was going to try and learn S5 but that didn’t happen. Life! Anyway if I revert this back to S4 will I be able to go back to S5 latter without having to pay the cash out?
  11. Hello all not been on lately. Been sorta a bumpy year. Not sure I will be able to incorprate RGB’s I bought for this year. We’ll see. Anyway who decides this song of the year. I am interested, never did last years but maybe this years got a lot of sequencing to do. Anyway never heard the HU song until now. Scratching my head about that one. But old time road was sorta cool. Should be able to hit the beats with the bells.
  12. It is not problem if it’s not a problem. I just hate using power when there is no need for it. I should reword my question. Do all you have fans on or is this really just a cheap PSU? I will check the wires, but like you say if the circuit is in the board it likely will only have two wires regardless. Regardless it will work for now. Just want to know how your PSU work.
  13. With all that being said should I be worried about the fan on. Obviously with me I am changing it out I would rather have one that turns on and off as needed. But is this correct or me being a newbie? Oh one other thing should or should it not be fused between the PSU and the control board. My thinking with automotive any time a circuit is added a fuse is added between the batt and the device. The PSU in this case is the batt so I added fuses to each side of the board.
  14. I saw only one that said that. Bought this as a recommendation. Is it normal for them to run all the time. Even on the stamped steel it says “This power supply is built in fan on/off control circuit. Fan automatically works according to working temperature” everything else seems fine it’s putting out 12.2 volts. Just the fan is always on. “
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