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About hotrods

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  • Birthday 05/19/1949

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  • My favorite Christmas story
    started decorating my parents house when I was 12 years old and won 3rd place in a local contest
  • Location
    Burbank il
  • Biography
    i am 68 years old
  • Interests
    hotrods
  • Occupation
    machinist/ retired/
  • About my display
    currently running about 90% pixels 4 E6804 1 E682 1 Jousha P12 20 ccr's and 1 falcon

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  1. Thinking about it

    I've been running pixels for about 5 years you can't beat the quality of either. Sandevices. E682 or the falcon controllers I use no other controllers for pixels
  2. coro snowflakes!

    Good to know thanks .
  3. coro snowflakes!

    I have all the snowflakes also but I believe there only made for pixels not LEDs check with Boysco studios .
  4. Denni Laff

    I won Light O Rama 2016 Christmas contest category 7
  5. Pixel power injection issue

    Trying turning the lights off in the last few cells before song ends
  6. Connectivity Issues

    First thing you should do is connect each controller one at at time directly to the LOR USB -rs485 adapter and check to see if it is seen in hardware utility than switch cat-5 cable to verify both ports work .
  7. Tree repair help

    Hi send me a picture of what you need I'm a retired machinist might be able to help you. Dennis. Email. lafffamily@comcast.net
  8. LOR connection question

    The order should matter when you go to sequence the tree
  9. Help with Unit Ids

    just put a new unit number on the new controller and add it anywhere in line it doesn't have to be in order.
  10. Newby

    After you download open the sequence in the sequence editor and click on the channels and make sure the controller I D. is the same as yours if not change the ID of sequence to match yours
  11. Newby

    where did you get the sequence from and how many channels does it have and is it for pixels or regular lights what controllers are you using.
  12. Newby

    When you buy or get sequences online from anyone you have to make sure you channel layout matches the sequences
  13. Just goggle E6804 manual
  14. You can run 340 pixels per output but your going to have to inject power downstream put in the start universe and start channel and it will show the end universe and channel on that output example output 1 340 pixels universe 1 start channel 1 end universe 2 output 2 will start with universe3 and end with universe 4 output 3 will start with universe 5 and end with universe 6 hope this helps
  15. Help with CCR -II 16 Ribbon Super Star kit

    Light o rama sells 2 ccr clone type of trees and Holiday Coro Sells one that is cheaper, none come with a star Holiday Coro sells a 6 channel star for the top you would have to buy a sequence and see how the channels are layed out to see if you can run the star off the controller
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