This stuff is so cool, I'm trying to figure out a place to use it.

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  1. Steve Lucas

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    Maybe near a bar or game room type area.
    I guess if you can put dimmers on them you are good to go.
    I would think it's too bright when the lights go down in a home theater.
    It does look nice!
     
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    I emailed the company to see about whether it can be dimmed and it can. I also got a Dealer pricing sheet and it's pretty expensive because there is a minimum order of $500. I'm going to email them back to see if there is a different pricing scheme for residential end users.

    Tom
     
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    Holy Price CHECK BATMAN!!!! $500 DOLLARS! I don't think so. I'm mad that I think it looks so good and I want some. Hopefully TomK will come back with some good news.[​IMG]
     
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    If we agreed on color, maybe we cold do a group buy. I'm assuming $500 buys a lot of it.
     
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    Here is the reply that I got:

     
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    Here is a less expensive alternative. I emailed this place (lighttape.com)and they gave me a quick response to a few questions. Also gave me a price of $1.50/foot for the 1/4 inch stuff.

    Ben


    1.) The base lamp is natural/blue color when "illuminated" and a white
    color when "off"
    2.) White lamps illuminate white but are "pink" when "off"
    3.) Colors are applied to the two above colors to change to other colors.
    4.) The finished dimension is 18 to 20 mils thick.
    5.) $1.50 foot for the 1/4" format and your will need a ballast for an
    additional $265.00 (The ballast will run over 1,000 feet of 1/4" format.

    Regards,

    ELECTRO-LUMINX LIGHTING CORPORATION

    TEL: 805-445-7750, 866-445-7750
    FAX: 805-445-7754
     

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