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LOR 32 Channel showtime package with extras for sale

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$850 takes it all including shipping. I will only accept paypal for payment, unless you are local in AZ and I will take cash.

I am selling the following and would like to sell it as a set. This is very similar to the 32 channel package sold on the LOR website, except I am adding a fm transmitter, several extension cords, and 30+ sequences. Everything is kept in boxes and in excellent shape. The only marks on anythign is I did write the number 1 and 2 on the controller cases with a sharpie to tell them apart when hooking them up.

2 - LOR1602Ws - 16 Channel 30 Amp Controllers - both about a year old work fine. Used in AZ, and stored indoors

1 - SC485 - Connector to connect to your pc

LOR Software - The original 1.50 release and the 1.61 update

1 - 50 ft Cat 5 cable to connect from PC to Controlers

1 - Ramsey FM25B Wireless FM Transmitter

30 - 15 ft brown extension cords

* I will also throw in the sequences I have used for the last two year. I have approx 20 (32 channel) Christmas sequences and about 10 (16 channel)Halloween sequences.

This is a perfect begginner package as you have everything you need except for a pc to get started.

Here is a link of a short clip of my house using these controllers last year so you can see it in action. Sorry no audio, just video.


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