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Mega Tree Light Type - M6 Or C6


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Hi,

 

Im planning on building my first Mega tree this yr. I will be using LED, what type of bulb do you typically use? I thought C6 would fill the tree out but maybe they are a bit too big.

 

I thought i would open it up for discussion to see what you all thought.

 

Thanks for your time,

 

Chad

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I started mine 4 years ago with c thinking that it would disperse the light better. Last year I had 2 strands go out and replaced them with me strings. I can't tell the difference when it is up but the me strands story easier. Mike Sent from my SCH-I605 using Tapatalk

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I started mine 4 years ago with c thinking that it would disperse the light better. Last year I had 2 strands go out and replaced them with me strings. I can't tell the difference when it is up but the me strands story easier. Mike Sent from my SCH-I605 using Tapatalk

I agree with Mike, My first Mega I worried about what to use and finally went with C6's. Love them, however, Over the years I have added five more fifteen foot midi mega's and spirals and used M6's. I went with M6's primarily because they take up less storage and are lighter. Anyhow, twenty feet away I can't tell the difference between the two. I think you will be happy with ether.

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Well, here's my opinion for what it's worth.....I used the c6's on my 20' tree and spaced them approx 5" apart  at the base and it looks great I think if you use M6 you might have to space them more closer at the base to get a full looking tree which means more strands of lights.

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