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About eagle5

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  • Birthday 06/24/1967

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  • Location
    Wichita,Ks
  • Biography
    Buisness owner and one of the biggest Christmas fanatics in town.
  • Interests
    Furniture restoration, carpentry and classic cars. And did I mention Christmas.
  • Occupation
    Wood Specialties by Mark
  • About my display
    It's new this year, I recently purchased 3 16 channel controllers. We'll have a modified mega tree and mini trees in the yard. I have 4-30" bells with 1000 lights on each that will be on a wire between 2 trees.
    I have a 10/12 pich on my roof which gives me a good pallet for my new stars I purchased from 3G Lighting Creation.

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  1. Since I have a smart guy replying i'll tell you the rest of the story. I built a 10' spiral tree this year and you wouldn't believe how many local people want me to make them one for next year. They don't want to spend the money on a LOR set-up so I figured just put it on a chase loop.
  2. I'm looking for a simple 8 or 16 channel chaser controller. 8 will work but 16 is preferred. Having trouble finding what I want.
  3. I bought it from a guy on Craigslist. It's a Members Mark brand which I think Sam's distributes. The tallest king is 34" tall and made out of cast plaster material.
  4. I purchased a Ramsey 100B this summer with a FMA200 5/8 tunable broadcast antenna that mounts on my roof. I have it on it's lowest level and I can pick up a clean static free broadcast 3 miles from my house. Overkill? Maybe, but I'm not having fm transmitter issues anymore.
  5. I think you forgot one 9. In 2006 they cost 99.95 before Christmas. It might of been a different price after Christmas but I don't think they discounted them 90.00 unless it was a trerrible product. As hot as these are I'm not sure that was the case. Anyway you look at it, it was worth the 200.00 I spent on them. Thanks again Brandon
  6. That's all I need to know, thanks everybody.
  7. I ordered it from Show me Cables. Thanks On a related subject, my transmitter will be outside with all the other electronics, will the cold hurt it at all. Are they as durable as the LOR controllers?
  8. For those FM transmitter guru, I purchased the Ramsey FMA200 5/8 wave FM antenna and the Ramsey 100B transmitter. In detail, can somebody tell me which cable and connectors to buy to connect the 2 together. I have to go 75 feet. Thanks
  9. Do you have a price for the unit and the evaporating snow bottles?
  10. Does anyone have one of these? What are the pro's and con's? I'd love to get one for my display but the websites that sell it don't have any outside feedback.
  11. Try Bobby Tully. He did alot of sequencing for LOR this year and he might have some time. He's very good. [email protected]
  12. First question: If they are hollow, what are they made of. Plaster, plastic or concrete? Mine are 36" at the tallest figurine but they're solid plaster and each one weighs about 40 or 50 lbs. It would have to be an F3 tornado to move these. If they are hollow I would try to find a way to fill them with sand or maybe even buckshot. Sand is cheeper and a smaller particle and as big as they are I'm sure that would add 15 possibly 20 ils to each one.
  13. I got mine at Sam's in 2006 and it was 800.00. It was a one time buy for Sam's who labeled it as a Members Mark product so there is no mfg name on it. It must be very popular because a lady in Rode Island offered me 2500.00 for it plus was willing to pay 400.00 for the shipping cost. It was tempting, but I had to decline. I've seen one a Hobby Lobby with a few more pieces and only 30" tall for 1000.00, and I believe it was made out of the same casting material.
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