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xmasguy1960

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About xmasguy1960

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  • Birthday 03/20/1965

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    Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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    renovating, RVing
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    Professional Driver
  1. I am wanting to control my inflatables lights seprately. I found the the cord which the lights run on, I was going to seperate them from the fan and add a male plug end to it, will that be good enough or am I missing anything all cut ends will be sealed and taped Thanks
  2. Besides the obvious can you make a non dimmable led dim effectivley. I tried running some ND retros on a string with my LOR controller, Will this damage the bulbs? I am only using a couple of bulbs to experiment with. Is there anything I can do other than just buying dimmable bulbs. Thanks
  3. I have a daunting task to decorate a car for our local parade. anyone have some qick tips on how I attach the lights to the cars exterior. Thanks
  4. I am using LOR 2 0.16 version but my sequence editor is not opening up. I tried reinstalling it but the same result. I am using an older machine which does not have an internet connection and I have to do an offline registration with the s2 upgrade. The registration key is not coming up been working with Brian from LOA. So I woud like to use the last upgrade before s2 any suggestions. Thanks
  5. I bought a patch cord usb to serial your saying they don't work as good as the LOR I had an issue disdabeling the show.
  6. I am using a new computer which does not have a com port like my old computer (using the old LOR adapter it looks like I need the usb one....How can I make this work with out the usb adapter IAM DISPERATE big light up tomorrow arrrrrrrrrg
  7. I hope I am in the right forum. Does anyone know if Travis at Seasonal impressions is still in business. Iam waiting on a large order and he's not responding to any emails. Thanks
  8. Anyone out there know of any wholsesale suppliers of LED light strings in Canada???? Thanks
  9. Can anyone recommend a high quality outdoor speaker for a parade float???Must be loud Thanks
  10. Hi I thought s2 was not compatible with win 98??
  11. Hey gang Just a quick question. I am using the latest LOR to sequence my light show. I've two new songs this year plenty of hours in. Question I copied the new songs on to a Kingston memory stick and transferred them to an older laptop with win 98. I wanted to use the laptop for a light show in this years christmas parade, problem is the win 98 is running the older version of LOR and it won't allow me to open comes up error. Any thoughts on this. I really hate to spend many long nights redoing it all. The newer version of LOR is great and a lot quicker. Thanks
  12. I want to run LOR with LEDs on a vehicle in our local parade. I am looking at inverters, there are modified sin wave and pure sin wave inverters. Of coarse the pure sin wave are very pricey but they provide clean voltage for electronic eguipment including LEDs. Has anyone used modified sin wave inverters with success or I'am I going to have to buy the pricey pure sin wave and not have to worry about damage. Thanks
  13. I want to run LOR with LEDs on a vehicle in our local parade. I am looking at inverters, there are modified sin wave and pure sin wave inverters. Of coarse the pure sin wave are very pricey but they provide clean voltage for electronic eguipment including LEDs. Has anyone used modified sin wave inverters with success or I'am I going to have to buy the pricey pure sin wave and not have to worry about damage. Thanks
  14. How do identify a full wave set over a half wave one.
  15. These lights are at Home Hardware they are c9 with 8" spacing 16 1/2 foot cord with 25 bulbs. And according to the box you can connect 180 strings together using a standard plug. I thought the commercial Led's had a full wave circuit or something to that effect. Which made the LED a lot brighter.
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