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mjs805

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About mjs805

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  • Birthday 03/05/1968

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  • Location
    Carmel, NY
  • Biography
    Newbie
  • Interests
    Home Improvement
  • Occupation
    Government
  • About my display
    Lots of Blowmolds

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  1. I agree with the others. My Wal-Mart lights seem to last just as long, if not longer than, lights I've purchased from the online retailers and they fade just as well. It was nice to see lots of green LED mini lights this year at War-Mart. Usually I have to purchase green lights on line. At the Wal-Mart prices, I don't even try to repair lights anymore. If a set doesn't light, I throw it in the trash and break out a new set. It takes me long enough to assemble my show, I don't have time for repairs.
  2. I use red/green/white/blue in my animated display. I think it adds something to the sequencing when one color is shown at any given time. That being said, I don't think your multi show in the video looked cheap. I enjoyed it. It is also the less expensive route for sure. Maybe you could leave the bulk of the display multi and do individual colors on the mega tree. Just a thought. Mike
  3. 25,000+ lights on 68 LOR channels. We are located in Lake Carmel, NY.
  4. Wow! Great Song. Amazing show!
  5. Thanks for the compliment. I buy my programming from Animated Lighting, so what you see is what I get from them. I just don't have the time to do my own programming. Maybe someday, when I retire. Happy New Year.
  6. This year we have over 23,000 lights synchronized on 64 channels. Merry Christmas!
  7. This year we have over 23,000 lights synchronized on 64 channels. Merry Christmas!
  8. I go live on Thanksgiving night. I've had people tell me that they come by every year on their way home from Thanksgiving dinner, so I can't change it now. I try to have the show complete the Saturday before, allowing for last minute tweaking and shooting some video without any cars out front. The neighbors give me some funny looks on that weekend, but I don't care. I know I've got a screw loose.
  9. A couple of years back, just after Christmas, a guy came to our door and told my wife he had a bunch of wire frames that he got from his sister's estate and he wanted to donate them to our display. A couple of days later, I came home from work and a bunch of boxes were leaning against the house. There were 8 reindeer and a santa sleigh. They were very old, but still in the original boxes. The wire frames were better made than anything you can get these days, but the light sets were in really bad shape. Over the summer that year, I took them out and harvested enough working lights to get t
  10. mjs805

    Green Lights

    I have been wondering the same thing. I use the Philips c6 LED strings in my display. I got a bunch of them in red, green and cool white at Target on 12/26 a couple of years ago. As my display has grown, I have been able to get the red and white at target, but have had to order green c6s online. Does anyone know if this is a demand issue? Or is it more expensive to make green LEDs? I'm just curious as to the reason. Mike
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