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I have two LOR1602W controllers. $150 each plus shipping. One of the controllers has a loose cat5 cable jack connection, but if you use this one in the last of your series, it doesnt matter about the outgoing jack. The other controller has 3 channels that stick sometimes, so that gives you 13 channels instead of 16. Price has already been reduced to account for these issues.
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Peachtree City, GA
Hey Everyone, I'm getting started with some sequencing and mapping and all things Christmas Lights, and found some 27 Channel RGB Controllers in my garage. Some of them are new in box. Anyone interested in making an offer ? They go for 28 bucks on one of the Holiday Sites. I'll ship to California for free, anywhere else, you can pay for what ever shipping speed you want. No crazy low ball numbers like 5 dollars please.
Hello all! I am starting my display over in a new location. At my previous house I had 128 LOR channels with close to 50k lights. When I sold the house, the new homeowner wanted my complete system so I sold it to him - EVERYTHING! So now I am in a new home and in a new state and looking to start over. i am looking to dive into the world of smart pixels and DMX. I have 1 16ch LOR controller. So now you know my life story here is my question: What is the best way to go with smart pixels? Where do you recommend purchasing them from? What controller will I need? How will I power them and how much power will I need to have? How do you mount these? Do I stay with LOR software? As you see I have a lot of questions and I know I still have many more to ask. So please help with any and all information that you may have. It is greatly appreciated. I have also included a picture of the front of my current house. Some old nasty videos can be found here - "https://vimeo.com/3099146" Thanks in advance for any and all help. I received a lot of help from here in the past and I know I will get the same.
Hi guys. I’m planning on changing my usual static display into a music synchronised controller based light display ready for Christmas 2018. I’m a complete rookie on this subject and wondered if anyone had some pointers on where to start. Obviously we use a different voltage over here 240v so I don’t know how much kit in the US will work over here. Any feedback would be great. Thanks and Merry Christmas:-)