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Let me say Iam very new to all this. I just bought a used LOR 16 light controller a month a ago. . Then I rushed and bought a Pixcon16 that is so far over my knowledge.. Pixcon16 V1.3 E1.31 16/32 Universe Pixel controller with 4 E1.31 to DMX ports. A good understanding of networking is needed. Its a top of the line board but Iam barley getting used to sequenceing shows. I thought Id save it for another year but decided to sale it and buy lights or props. More info can be found online at LOR http://www1.lightorama.com/pixcon16/.. LOR Store sales for $219.00 as of date. Iam saleing mine for $175.00 and I will cover the shipping by USPS flat rate (reg ground service) and insure it anywere in the USA or ship COD.If you need other methods please contact me.
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Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - US
Hello World! I'm brand new to this and am a bit overwhelmed haha. I have seen the 10w x 8 flood packages at LOR and Holiday Coro, that will probably work for lighting the siding, but haven't been able to find any small up lights with a more narrow angle for two trees that have been planted on both sides of the house since this pic was taken. I want to start with the floods that will be out year round for general landscape "up" lighting, but would like to go Griswald over time. Our house including the garage is about 65' wide. Will either of those packages work? Will the controller (CMB24D) be enough to add smart pixels and other fun stuff or should I go bigger? Looking to spend around $600 this year to get started. I know that isn't much in this world, but hoping to start with the right controller and software and add pixels and more controllers as money becomes available. Will 10w floods work for our house or would 30w-50w be better? Want to be able to show maybe 4-5 unique colors at a time in different sections. Let me know if more detail would help.Thank you all for helping a newbie!
Hello all! I had a display with 128 channels on my old house. When I sold the house, the new buyers really wanted my LOR setup so I used it as a bargaining tool. So now I am starting over. I am looking for ideas on how to make the most of a single 16 channel LOR controller. I am open to moving to DMX, rgb, smart pixels - you name it.
This is the inside version of our Christmas Spectacular 2016. We never get snow, but often get rain in the winter and since this was the first season presenting our display, we wanted to protect our investment. So, I created an inside version to entertain party guests in our home. I hope you'll enjoy. This wasn't the exact set up (so I do apologize). This was from the first tech testing in November 2016. I do not own the music to this video. This is for educational purposes only.
Hello all, I am trying to get into doing the christmas light show and I currently have 24 channels on 6 different dimmer packs, (I use them for par can lights for my band), planning on picking up more if I can, and I am wondering what I need exactly to control the dimmer packs for the lights from the computer? I have done a lot of looking around and people are saying I need a dongle or a $500 USB-DMX converter, or just a cable that goes from USB to DMX. Should I be worried about latency (even though it may not be noticeable (msec/usec) if i just get the cable? One other thing i was worried about is, I was looking at the Enttec open USB-DMX for about $60, it is 5 pin which i know is the original, but my dimmer packs and all of my other intelligent lighting (which i may use) are only 3 pin, should i be worried about the extra 2 data pins or can i just get a 5-3 adapter? Now with all of that being said, if i do get a cable/dongle/converter or whatever i need what can i use for a program? I was playing around with the LOR demo, and that seems pretty straight forward, but will it be compatible with the dongle/converter? Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks! Francis