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  1. I agree totally. It would be much better to have the Lights, Lights, Lights at the top because that is where the majority of the posts are. Thanks for the other changes though! Vote 5
  2. Here's what you do: Get a rope attached to the anchors on the roof. This rope will be long enough to reach all the way to the ground. Then get yourself a harness (like $45 from an outdoor store). Use a belay device (like a gri-gri, atc-xp, or a rack), backed up with a Munter hitch (which is like a tauntline hitch). This hitch is tied onto the rope ABOVE the belay device (and attached to your harness). When you fall, the Munter hitch will catch you (even if you are unconscience, unlike the belay device, except for the gri-gri). And instead of calling the wife to get you down, save the embarassm
  3. Lumens and Footcandles both refer to the intensity of light. They are just differant units of measure. The beam angle refers to how wide the beam is a given distance. This is usually in degrees. I am not positive about Lux, but I think it also refers to the intensity of the light as well. In figuring out which light is better, remember how far the LED's need to throw light. 2-3W are good to about 35 feet, and 5W are good to 75 feet (so the professionals tell me, and from the showfloor) Don't forget though, as in geometry, if Circle A has twice the radius of Circle B, the area of A is 4
  4. Well, Glad you are here! How many channels and lights did you have? Remember to always have fun with it! (and don't let the tangles eat you alive...)
  5. Count another vote! Hope the publicity doesn't get to you!
  6. You could use talcum powder or old comforters... maybe even packing peanuts :laughing:(please don't)
  7. it would be great if you could post some pics of them...maybe even in action??? or is that too much too ask Brian
  8. I am a little wary about Solar Lights in December due to the lack of sunlight like in the rest of the year, but it should work in theory. How much more expensive are they? I might consider then for next year's display...
  9. Already bought the lights - incandescent minis, so no LEDs for me this year. with it being a second year, the budget/bulk trumps efficency/longevity
  10. The lights will put off more than enough heat. Do not add a heater, rather ventilation. Too much heat is very bad!! From experience, I have burned myself on similar DMX lights many, many times.
  11. The lights will put off more than enough heat. Do not add a heater, rather ventilation. Too much heat is very bad!! From experience, I have burned myself on similar DMX lights many, many times.
  12. Or when you keep watching the 10th page of a thread, proving the thread's topic
  13. Or when you keep watching the 10th page of a thread, proving the thread's topic
  14. http://www.tempestlighting.com/ Hope this helps
  15. http://www.tempestlighting.com/ Hope this helps
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