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  1. I use my display at my business and get the annual BMI license. Problem solved for only $250. I will say they were not sure what to charge as it was not their normal usage. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  2. I use two different directories with the sound files. Then I adjust both with MP3 Gain. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  3. Is there room for one more please. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  4. I had a similar issue. In my case I had a 120 volt extension cord running from the outlet to a "T" and then 2 controllers plugged directly into the "T". I removed the "T" and ran extension cords to both controllers and the issue went away.
  5. I was having some issues with bugs and stuffed lightweight foam into the cord entry voids. No more bugs. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  6. I was referring to the traditional big box.
  7. Looking at converting some cheap store bought 6 ft spiral trees to RGB. Wondering if anyone has done it and how many feet of lights it will take.
  8. Does anyone have a sequece for Maddison Rising Star Spangled Banner that they are willing to share?
  9. This was my second year using the LOR Hardware and software and managed to put together a show that lasted 30 minutes. I would love to have 3 times the lights but that will take time. I have attached a link to Stars and Stripes Forever. Last years show featured a 9 foot long 5 string guitar. This year I added a firework element featuring 4 colors with 4 different shapes. http://vimeo.com/44663531
  10. You may experience with power strips. I was having weird issues then I removed the T and pluged directly to the outlet and problem solved. This was discussed in an earlier thread from2007. The led lights have a frequency they generate that can back feed through the power cord of the controller through the t and into the other controller causing very weired triggers. You could try putting a long extension cord between the contollers and the t.
  11. I just want to clarify: 1. You have LED's 2. You are getting wierd flickering Do you have multiple controllers runing off from a T plug where the random issues are occuring. I had a similar problem with a frequency backfeeding from one box to the other and then trigering lights.
  12. I had some ghosting on off chanels on an off controller. The problem was that I had 2 controlers running off from one extension cord with a T at the end. The signal was backfeeding through the power cord from the on unit to the off unit. Added a designated power cord and it went away completely.
  13. I have found the led's corrode very easily. Go through all of the bulbs in the string and double check the led wires and make sure they are not corroded or are missing. If you cannot get them to work I would suggest removing the dead section and using what still works.
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