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bigstott last won the day on January 28 2017

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About bigstott

  • Birthday 08/30/1983

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  • My favorite Christmas story
    I don't have one
  • Location
    Denver CO
  • Biography
    I love Christmas lights ever since I was young.
  • Interests
    Coaching football landscaping and holiday lights
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  • About my display
    33k LED lights about 12k RGB set to music

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  1. This is the greatest show!! Had some fun with this one. Some fire, sparks and stage lights to go along with it.
  2. One of our 2018 Songs. Some fire, sparks and stage lights to go along with it.
  3. Facebook.com/onstottchristmasextravaganza
  4. go to holidaycoro.com/RGB-Coro-Candle-p/423/htm You can see how they made the flame on the top of the candle get yourself a couple of pixel nodes and a little controller make your flame then program the controller to loop that effect.
  5. Well i think a c9 net light would be overkill but i guess try this: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Tenax-3-ft-x-25-ft-Green-Poultry-Fence-090786/100384027# Buy something like that and zip tie in offsetting horizontal patterns like a net light is designed. Make sure your lights are 6-8 or even 12 inches apart or you will have some color wash. Also you will have some major power demands if those c9's are inans. Each c9 incan bulb is 7 watts... now if you have 8 strands and they usually come in 25 per strand then you are looking at 1400 watts at about 12.8 amps to run those strings... So basically you need a empty 15 amp minimum circuit to run just those. Remember you don't want to draw more that about 80% max amperage on a single breaker for safety purposes. A net light probably wouldn't be the best use for that much power. I mean that's 200 c9 lights at 1400 watts vs. a normal net light is 4X6 at 150 lights at 63 watts a piece on average. You would be able to power 22 sets of net lights for the power consumption for what you are looking to do. But there is some info for ya to mull over.
  6. Sean I am having issues opening up one of your marked songs. It is all greyed out.
  7. Crap! I missed it.... I will just have to come down to your house Sean for a one on one... I didn't get a chance to come by and see your setup this year with having a new kid and all
  8. I am sure you can... I am making a metal wire frame for it already so that it is still strong yet doesn't catch the wind as much.
  9. Here is a video of the star bursts. If you have a question let me know. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6NUWhe9tU1A&feature=youtu.be
  10. Yes clear lights but no stakes.
  11. I have one set of these. Two of the trees the lights stopped working but i am sure its just a bulb. I don't have the original box for them though.
  12. You could use a couple of RGB lasers and point them at the tree. The lasers will hit different parts of the tree and give it a cool look.
  13. Yep. I got it all down in about 3 days. I had put most of it in the garage so I could work on organizing it down in the basement which I have finished about 95%. Glad I brought it all in... it is snowing and I probably would not have gotten to it for a couple of weeks.
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