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Marty Belisle

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  1. Great work Jay, I'm sure your place is a holiday tourist hot spot.
  2. Couple of links to this years display. Happy Halloween.
  3. Great display, I can see why your getting lots of visitors, definitely worth the drive, thanks for sharing.
  4. Sorry I cannot see that I received a copy of the faces or sequencing. Would love a copy if your still sharing, thanks. mbelisle@eastlink.ca
  5. Thanks for the help, I put a request in to purchase a digital copy. Marty
  6. Looking to purchase Christmas Rhapsody by Pledge Drive for this sequence. Did some searching with no luck. Anyone have any suggestions?
  7. Suggest you consider running two networks. Regular for your CTB16 and High speed (enhanced) for your CCBs. It will require you to purchase an additional adaptor and some extra Cat5/6 wire but will give you more expansion opportunity.
  8. I took the chance and extended a couple of older CCB strings with 4 conductor wire to allow easier access to the controller on the roof. Both were extended approximately 10' with no issue and have been running in my show for a number of years. Just spliced in a length of 4 conductor wire between the connector and the bulbs. My thought was if it doesn't work I will just remove the extension. Remember any modifications will void your warranty.
  9. Definitely rocker tune that would get the new generation dancing at Halloween. James I would love a copy if your still sharing, thanks. mbelisle@eastlink.ca
  10. Would love a copy if your still sharing, thanks. mbelisle@eastlink.ca
  11. Great rocker tune, James if your sharing would love a copy, please and thanks mbelisle@eastlink.ca
  12. Sorry BluMan just caught your question. Sails are 450 pixels each 18 x 25. 7' steel 3/4" tubing with 4 x 3/8 steel rod bent in a half moon shape. I used the 1/2 moon for viewing either way when parked down the street. 1/2 inch steel rod drove into the ground and the sail tube slides over. I did add a piece of angle iron as a rear support as they moved a little too much in the wind. Shockingly they managed a couple of huge windstorms that I was sure would have bent them up. For the upcoming season I hope to install some permanent footings in the ground to eliminate the angle iron.
  13. Matt any idea when the new version might be released? This was similar to my issue last year when I attempted to convert to S5 but I could not recover even when I closed and reopened. The change over would have required a ton of rework. Little apprehensive to try the conversion again, thanks. Marty
  14. Awesome, way too close to home. Great post season reality check, love it.
  15. Wow great job on your first go with sequencing, welcome to the addiction.
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