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    Awesome!

    Thanks for the info.
    Can't wait to se a video.

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    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1417016543.315756.jpgImageUploadedByTapatalk1417016578.596295.jpg
    Pics of the eves that were a little loose. Turned a piece of soffet upside down cut it and made a spacer that keeps the light channel from coming out. Also blends in nice.
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    Finally got around to getting a video. Love the RGB change for this year.
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    added matrix to columns this year
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    Quote Originally Posted by PIC View Post

    added matrix to columns this year
    Nice was eyeing my 18' columns today but doing 27 p10 panels on each would be a bit much But it would be neat. I need to find another stealthier solution . But like what you added!
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    Thats one sexy install. I really appreciate the clean looking install.

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    What LEDS did you use and what is your spacing. I love the look and am hoping to do something similar for next year.

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    Thanks worked to have it blend in. Here is pic of columns in daylight. Used 12mm bullet nodes from Ray Wu. Spacing on Eves 3.5". Columns are 3" used holiday Coro pixnode net.ImageUploadedByTapatalk1450406794.183831.jpg
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    I am amazed at how it looks solid in the roof outline. What distance are you viewing that at in the night video? I really like the look of it being solid on the outline and want to make sure that I use a spacing that can achieve that look. Is there a reason you went with the bullets as opposed to a strip?

    Love the look

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    Thanks for all the great comments on my display. I have really enjoyed this forum for ideas and am glad to pass mine on to others.
    Took video 75 feet from road to front of house. The nodes do start to blend together at that distance. But in person u can still see individual pixels. Liked the bullets be caused they looked more like regularly xmas lights. Also...strips cost much more and appears much more difficult to solder connectors to the ends.
    2008 (16 Channels) Toyopuc PLC

    2009 (64 Channels)
    1 Renard x64c, 6 SSRoz, 10 SSRez
    1 - 12Channel Mega Tree

    2010 (168 Channels)
    2 Renard 64xc (100%)
    1 Renard SS24 (100%)
    1 Renard SS16 (100%)
    6 SSRoz (100%)
    26 SSRez (100%)
    1 - 24 Channel Mega Tree (100%)

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