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Thread: Black vs White Coro, Strips and Mesh

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    Default Black vs White Coro, Strips and Mesh

    Hello everyone,

    I'm getting ready to purchase all of the above. I like the looks of white during the day. However, I wonder if there is a big difference between the two colors at showtime. I understand the theoretical differences, but would like to see a true comparison to understand how much it affects the show. Are there any videos or pictures showing a side by side at night?

    Thanks!
    Danny


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    Default Re: Black vs White Coro, Strips and Mesh

    The only image I have of a side by side installation of black vs white resides inside of my brain!!

    I have white on my white eaves and white for my small trees in the yard. My MEGA tree in the yard has black. I would prefer black in the yard. The white sticks out too much for me both during the day and at night.
    Kevin

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    Default Re: Black vs White Coro, Strips and Mesh

    I don't have any pics right now, but IMO, the white seems brighter.

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    I don't have any pics right now, but IMO, the white seems brighter. That being said, it also depends on the color of the background. If the background is dark, go black, if light - you get it..........

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    Default Re: Black vs White Coro, Strips and Mesh

    Quote Originally Posted by rstehle View Post
    I don't have any pics right now, but IMO, the white seems brighter. That being said, it also depends on the color of the background. If the background is dark, go black, if light - you get it..........
    That was my first thought. Match the background. Thanks for the feedback!


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