Neon Clock

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  1. CraigMAC

    CraigMAC Auditioning

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    I have a bit of an empty space to the left of and behind my RPTV. I'm using an Ideal-Lume fluorescent light behind the set to provide ambient light which works very well but leaves the empty space on the left side in near darkness. I can't center the setup on the wall due to my room configuration/seating arrangement. I'm looking for opinions as to whether placing a neon clock or decorative neon light in this area would be too distracting or upset the ambient light balance already in place.
     
  2. JawhnM

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    Neon light is always distracting. It's designed to catch your attention.
     
  3. CraigMAC

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    Yes, I know neon is distracting. My question was, is it TOO distracting? I was hoping for input from anyone who had tried it before.
     
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    Yes! It is TOO distracting. I have experienced it at a friends theater (he finally took the neon out).
     
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    Thanks. That's all I needed to know. [​IMG]
     

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