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Spent a few hours the other day scouring the internet looking for choices for lights that will do waht I want... I've always had a desire to use the correct liturgical colors on my Christmas tree: Purple for the first two weeks of Advent, pink for the third week, back to purple the fourth week, and finally multicolor for Christmas. I was looking for lights that you could control the color, but the cheaper ones I found don't include pink or purple, which leaves RGB lights, which can cost upwards of $75 for a set of 25 lights. Without having to change the lights 3 times or having to put 3 times the appropriate amount of lights on the tree, are there any options that don't cost an exporbitant amount of money?
Hello all, Long time member, out of loop for couple of years. Good to be back. I am wondering if this is possible. I have LED strings that have multifunction controllers (9 functions: Solid Blue, Green, Red, White, Orange, Multicolor, and some 2 color alternating options) Each "bulb (plastic cover)" has 5 LED's (Blue, Green, Red, White and Orange) I have dissected a string and learned a lot but still not sure if I can do this... is there a way to modify the string such that when energized (with LOR, for example) Just one color (the one being energized) will light up? Thanks