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What is the first element of your display you have changed to RGB?

I picked up 16 sets of the GE pixels after Christmas. At first I was thinking a mega tree was what I was going to use them on. Yestreday I got thinking I would get more bang for my buck if I used them for arches. Last night I made an arch out of one them and it looked pretty good. I wanted to try putting dryer vent over it but apperently you can no longer get anything but the foil type around here. I might have to order a different type of pixel string for arches what is anybody using for arches besides CCR's?

Anyways, just trying to get this coming years display finalized. I am up to version 20 on my channel config in the sequencer and version 15 of my visualizer.

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I plan on making frames for my 6 windows and 4 edges of the house using 5050 rgb strips. I also plan to make a Merry Christmas sign made of 3d coro letters about a foot tall each with rgb strips inside.
I have 20 boxes of the GECE's also. I am not sure what they will be used for other than lining the entire roof for sure.

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Well I guess it will be back to lowes again today, I didnt look in the exhaust fan area the other day, maybe they will have it there. Guess for now I will continue down the arch/pole route for my RGB stuff. I see most people use the RGB on there house. My house is not the back drop for my display, so I do very little on the house any more.

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I haven't started yet but plan on replacing my arches, 4 ft tomato cage trees, window trip and house trip with RGB, been working on the order just waiting for the ok from the wife.

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