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pjones

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About pjones

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  • My favorite Christmas story
    This one year it snowed!
  • Location
    Vancouver Canada BC
  • Biography
    I have a dream, and it is bright!
  • Interests
    Mountain biking
  • Occupation
    Refrigeration
  • About my display
    Just starting up

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  1. The F16 is a very dependable controller. Last I looked into it I found you need to mount it into an enclosure. If that makes you nervous or is more work with tools than you want to do them go with the light-o-Rama. I believe the light o rama is much more expensive in the long run because you need to purchase all their equipment (or something like that) but they are a plug and play solution, or as close to that as you can get. I use Renard Plus TR24 controllers to control 120VAC lights. I haven't moved over to Pixels yet which is why I'm a little vague on the details. When I move to pixel I p
  2. I see a lot of people using the color shifting lights now. They were getting more traction last year. I don't expect to see a boom in them unless the price drops dramatically. Most people don't want to spend a lot of money or time on lights which I'm guessing is why the lasers took off so quick, they are Fast and cheep, that fits the bill for them. The lasers are also easy for elderly and mobility restricted people so they opened up that part of the market also which was previously untapped. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. I think more and more will be doing the Really Big Lights and the RGB color shifting strands. I appreciate every effort people put in to decorating their house. Some people just don't have the time to dedicate hours upon hours for months on end to put together a show. Other people have accessibility issues that make decorating impossible for them. I was able to get a show going for a couple years now but unfortunately with the addition of another joy to the family and the mahout landscaping that has occurred in our front yard that now completely changes our display setup, this year I may fal
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