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MrMatt

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About MrMatt

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  • My favorite Christmas story Just always love the magic of Christmas
  • Location Utah
  • Biography Mechanical engineering student, with family of 6 wife, 2 girls, 2 boys all within 5 years. So Christmas is important around here
  • Interests Working on my cars, making them faster/ better
  • Occupation Student
  • About my display Just a beginner, looking to improve my static display
  1. thanks i was considering that, is there a specific feature that the standard doesn't have that you like? from your sig with 240 channels i see you need it for that just curious if there are any other useful features you use. Thanks again!
  2. Dang I wish I was rich. Good luck with selling it, it looks like a good setup
  3. I bought 2 16 channel controllers and have stuff to build a mega tree to add to my house this year. My starting questions are What level of sequence software should I get as a minimum, meaning is there or are there things that make it worth upgrading from the basic plus, such as save time sequencing or something else. Secondly I plan to make a mega tree about 15.5' tall thinking about 7. 5 diameter. I want to have it full looking, and be able to sequence spinning and such with only one color. I know many use 16 channels, but are there other smaller numbers I could use that would work well like 8 or 12 channels? I look forward to suggestions Here is what I have to work with
  4. Maybe a close up picture of the frosting would help us give suggestions. Are they heavy? If not they sell siding clips that slide behind them
  5. These are awesome I like #2,how or where do you get these made?
  6. Not mine remove if not allowed but i thought i would share what seems like a good deal. I bought some residential controllers from him for $160 shipped and seems like a good guy. click here->ebay
  7. I and I think others have messaged him over a week ago with no response. Makes me worry about giving him money if he is MIA
  8. Sounds more like a rectifier is a diode blocking out the negative wave of the AC but I'm not sure
  9. I think some C9s on the roof would add a good dimension. Looks good so far!
  10. Cool that's great
  11. Last comment I will bug you with today but I had to say I think your Snoopy and the Red Baron is Awesome!
  12. Thanks that definitely is a good deal, how do you set them up? Rebar or stake in the ground? Zip tie the lights to it?
  13. Can you please tell me what you use your your posts that hold the lights? I want to make a light fence and get posts at a reasonable price.
  14. You don't want to push the limit. Lines heat up and lead to fires when overloaded