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Looking to trade or sell my Light-O-Rama CTB-08 w/heat-sink and a Mini Director. Both in excellent working condition. To my knowledge they both will work with the current LOR ecosystem. They just do not work for my needs anymore. Both have been stored inside, not in a hot garage. Controller purchased in 2005, only used twice in a show outside. The CTB-08 is listed on the Light-O-Rama store website at $109. (However, it is marked as obsolete) The Mini Director is listed at $123 (as a Gen 3, I believe what I have is a Gen 1) I want to trade for or purchase a CTB-04, or a ctb-16. If a trade is to happen, I'll pay shipping both ways, if these items are something you want to purchase, make me a offer including shipping. If there are any questions or additional pictures requested, please feel free to reach out.
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, Florida - 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!
My neighbor and I do a large Christmas display each year using Light-o-Rama. We are planning on using some of our RGB's to do a small Halloween display this year. Does anyone out there have the beat track or sequence for Metallica - For Whom the Bell Tolls or Enter Sandman? Thanks in advance!
The Reinken Family in North East Township, PA enjoys holiday decorating and spreading Christmas cheer with illuminated seasonal displays synched to favorite musical arrangements... Halloween display ends October 31st and annual Christmas musical light show runs nightly each December from 7 til 9 PM on FM 87.9... Reinken Holiday Highlights on facebook
I'm looking for some help with updating my sequence files for 2017. I added a few new elements (8 channels of blue LEDs to my mega tree; two more snowflakes on the house; a second color of lights to a tree) and I am looking for someone to sequence these elements into the display. Unfortunately, time got away from me and the person I originally hired is MIA. All of the sequence files are updated with the new channels - they just need to be filled in. If your interested, please PM me with your rates and we can go from there.
I have a ctb16 pc that has been in use for several years and has worked wonderfully - last night ran for several hours without problem - today I turned on all circuits to check some lamps that needed to be replaced - all came on (very low load maybe 500 minis at most) I shut down the test mode and enabled the show about an hour before it was scheduled to start. To my dismay when the show started - that controller was not working at all. I opened up the lid and I have no status light at all and the box smells hot - When I went to check the breakers - I discovered that my son had plugged both power cables into outlets on the same 20 amp breaker. The breaker had not blown but I thought that might have something to do with it. Any suggestions as to what might be the problem - possible solutions? Help - my house looks lopsided tonight!