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I've noticed how the wall wash effect enhances the display. What are your recommendations for LED standard base, 110v, Flood and Spot bulbs for use with LOR1602W equipment? Some bulbs listed on vendor sites note "not dimmable". Others are low voltage, or DC, etx.

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Check with Greg, one of the members here and on LOR forums, he's got a store (http://www.christmasonmanor.com/store/) with LED Floods and washes.. A lot of guys are buying the Rainbow Flood kits (54 RGB leds) for less than $15. I ordered 4 of them, just came in but I havent had time to build them yet.. 'told it's abt 30mins to solder it up and the amount of light it puts out is amazing. http://www.christmasonmanor.com/store/product.php?id_product=14. It's powered by either his BrainBoard (with DMX) or just by LOR's DC board (without DMX), (I went without for mine). They come kit form ($14.75) or assembled ($35).

TJ

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Check with Greg, one of the members here and on LOR forums, he's got a store (http://www.christmasonmanor.com/store/) with LED Floods and washes.. A lot of guys are buying the Rainbow Flood kits (54 RGB leds) for less than $15. I ordered 4 of them, just came in but I havent had time to build them yet.. 'told it's abt 30mins to solder it up and the amount of light it puts out is amazing. http://www.christmasonmanor.com/store/product.php?id_product=14. It's powered by either his BrainBoard (with DMX) or just by LOR's DC board (without DMX), (I went without for mine). They come kit form ($14.75) or assembled ($35).

TJ

I have the Rainbow floods and they were easy to put together (They are closer to 45 mins). However, the OP is asking for 110V standard base bulbs, and the rainbow flood (as good as it is) is neither.

As posted, Minionsweb.com is the only place I know of that plainly states that it's bulbs are 110V, dimmable, and ready to use in a show. You can try to call Action Lighting (www.actionlighting.com) and see what they have. But CALL them. They have 110v LEDs, but I do beleive they are NOT dimmable.

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