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  1. I am loving the new LED C9's that are flexible filament lights. These have finally excited me after all the many quality LED offerings. They finally look like the true incandescent that I use. I've seen the Wintergreen options: https://wintergreencorp.com/p/c9-shatterproof-warm-white-flexfilament-led-bulbs-15522.htm#F23V396 And the Holiday Bright Lights options: https://www.hblonlinestore.com/category-s/208.htm Are there any other vendors selling these?
  2. I'm wondering how durable this type of LED light is? We've not seen much or them or used them. They seem very delicate and look near impossible to replace. We also don't know if it works like other lights, where if one goes out-you lose a strand or portion of a strand. Anyone have more knowledgeable about these kinds of lights? We liked the way the whole tree looked and that it twinkles, but not sure it's worth investing. 20191013_161213.mp4
  3. 80 channel LOR system. Sequenced by me 10300ish lighs
  4. De Virgin Mary had a baby boy by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. 80 channel LOR system. Sequenced by me.10300ish lights
  5. Installed WS2811 C9 RGB lights on my house this year. Controlled with a Raspberry Pi and a Pixlite 4 controller. Sequences done with Xlights and Falcon Player
  6. hotrod1965

    RGB Fun

    Installed WS2811 C9 RGB lights on my house this year. Controlled with a Raspberry Pi and a Pixlite 4 controller. Sequences done with Xlights and Falcon Player.
  7. Hey folks! The holiday parties got someone a little too cheerful and tomorrow that cheer is spreading to you ! Now through January 15th, 2012 we are slashing our already ridiculously low prices by 15%! Be sure to check out store.lightsmusicmagic.com to see the eggnog filled deals available to you! Oh, and we're offering free shipping on all orders over $100! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
  8. I swapped my Bethlehem star this year for a wire frame version. I also replaced the incandescent lights with LED lights. The cost was nearly identical (purchased from Lowes if it matters). Aside from my RGB LEDs, these are the ONLY LEDs in my display. I noticed when I came home last night, I had a VERY noticeable flicker when the LEDs were dimming on my star. It also seemed to be slightly worse on some sets than others (7 sets used for the star). The differences between sets was minimal however, and a casual observer would probably say the strands flickered at the same time, rate, etc.
  9. Hi all, I know this subject is talked about a lot, but I'm trying to convince myself to take the plunge into the world of LEDs. I work at a large lighting company where we have been using LEDs to light products for 10 years. My current needs are 150ft of icicle lights and 5 artificial trees each containing 6 - 100 bulb light strings. To convert my small display to LEDs would cost me about a grand (figuring full-wave, sealed strings from online vendors). When I analyze it, the payback on LEDs just doesn't seem worth it. The lights would have to last more than 5 years to make it cost-e
  10. multi color Icicle lights that twinkle or chase or with a program box that is affordable and good quality. I have a 40 foot span to cover maybe a little over 40 will work too. I have been scouring the web all night and cannot find anything I am interested in. Maybe you all can help. The cheaper the price the better!
  11. I am looking for a reasonable LED strand with removable bulbs (Full Wave) to replace my existing minis on my frames. I have 60+ frames that I will do over time. Any suggestions on vendors for this. They all seem pretty expensive or i can not find them with removable bulbs
  12. Hello all, just wondering what the best way to restring leds on a sprial tree is. The previous lights have the clips mounted on them already, and I can get the leds to go on the spiral itself, but what coulod I use to hold them since the sockets ont he incan string had the clips mounted and the other normal replacement clips wont work. Is there any thin gauge wire or ornamant hook wire I could use? Thanks for any ideas.
  13. .First Energy Corp. is providing ways for people to save energy around their homes, with this they are providing energy saving flyers at stores in PA. I walked into Lowe's today and the guy was there handing out these flyers and I talked to him for a bit. He said that he knows PA First Energy Companies are doing it, not sure about other states like Ohio. The companies covering this is Met-Ed, Penelec, Penn Power. You can receive 10.00 off Energy saving surge protectors, and Torchiere floor lamps and 3.33 off LED holiday light sets. (limit 6 holiday light sets per person). I have attached the e
  14. So I got assigned to decorate the community Christmas Tree at work (we project plan at least 90 days out so that's why this is coming up now). We annually do a lighting ceremony, etc etc. We're transitioning back to LEDs after switching back to incandescent after our first use of LEDs three years ago failed due to problems like half wave lights that always seemed flickering and plastic covers that kept blowing off. After the complaints, we switched back for two years. Now we are ready to go to LEDs again in order to green and cut energy consumption. We've picked the LEDs we're going with (abou
  15. Does anyone know of a reliable vendor who carries dimmable green C9 led's? Thanks
  16. This weekend Target stores (So. Calif) stocked the seasonal shelves with holiday lighting. Seems to be a bit more LED's than incandescent. Had some 15" snowflakes(white plastic) with 35 WW LED's for $7.99. Same idea in a snowman shape. Lowe's just started loading the shelves, nothing at Home Depot or Michaels yet. Local Big Lot's has had holiday lights for about 2 weeks. (1/2 wave LED, C6- 60 for $8.50 in WW, Cool W, red, blue) (did somebody loose the formula for green?)
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