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  • Birthday 09/08/1970

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    http://www.HolidayCoro.com

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    Spring (Houston) TX
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    All things manly.
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    Software Engineer
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  1. The controllers used in the HolidayCoro units have the ability to display a static red or green - so no "controller" or DMX is required if you just want a static flood. Just set the mode (they are listed on this page at the bottom: http://www.holidaycoro.com/3-Channel-DMX-RGB-Controller-p/26.htm) and apply power. You are set now and in the future if you want to go with full control, just plug them up to your DMX output and you are set.
  2. Million Color RGB MiniTree RGB CoroTree (watch assembly video at end for sample) We at HolidayCoro are also working on a version of our mini light coro tree that holes 12mm RGB nodes also.
  3. I'm sorry but we no longer sell this product.
  4. At the request of a number of customers, we are now selling a coro snowman: http://www.holidaycoro.com/Singing-Snowman-p/105.htm It can be setup as a plain snow man or with optional hat and scarf. Thanks, David HolidayCoro.com
  5. Here is the Ad-Tech glue with UV protection that we've recommended: http://www.holidaycoro.com/product-p/hotglue-24-10in.htm
  6. What I don't think most people know is that hot glue (or more technically, hot melt adheasive) isn't all the same - there are litterally hundreds of different hot glues for just about every type of use.
  7. This is due to the output in LOR S3 when using the HolidayCoro programmer as a DMX output device. If you take the same sequence and play it using xLights, you'll find that it works fine. I'd recommend using one of the LOR S3 "supported" DMX output dongles if you are not using an application like xLights for sequence scheduling (though I would): http://forums.lightorama.com/index.php?/topic/16319-supported-dmx-adapters/
  8. Looks like this was a correct statement after all.
  9. 9ga rods: http://www.holidaycoro.com/product-p/misc-24instake.htm
  10. Using a USB hub, powered or not, will make no difference. The only solution is to create additional LOR networks with addtiional 485 adapters. Ideally, you could switch to DMX running over E1.31.
  11. No - it doesn't matter what type of adapter you use - they are all still just RS485 adapters. This is a function of the speed at which the LOR protocol runs and the overall design of the protcol. The solution for excessive commands can only be solved with a faster network speed (not possible that I know of) or a method within the LOR software to warn you when there are too many commands for a given period of time.
  12. We've moved a few items around and the link has changed to: http://www.holidaycoro.com/kb_results.asp?RefineBy_Category=&s=animated&Submit=Search
  13. I'm afraid that I don't. I'm not sure how much it differs from the current versions we have (I'm sure it differs a lot from the Glee version) but you might listen to both songs at the same time (on youtube) and see how much they differ and if they don't differ that much, you could just nudge around the timings to get it to match up. Thanks, David
  14. It looks slightly off because the screen capture program I use is only able to capture about 10-15 FPS instead of the ~30 FPS that the sequence can generate. So yes, it looks slightly "off" but when you view the actual sequence, it looks fine. Thans, David
  15. We have Thriller for both the Singing Pumpkin and two Thriller Glee edition for the Singing Monster Quartet. Let me know if you have any other questions I can answer! David HolidayCoro.com
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