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  • posted bybbrriiann on 08/28/2014

    Pros: All leds work good, nice bright colours. easy to install Cons: Sometimes the colours dont blend with eachother very well, normal problem with RGB led strips


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  • posted byausGT on 01/31/2012

    The lights are very bright, and with a controller can be adjusted to obtain a good variety of strong colour. Lights can handle undercurrent but flickering is detectable. I ran these lights with 12v 500mA for many months. Used with controller the lights can be remote controlled and set easily to I... Read more

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  • posted bySlugsie on 01/24/2012

    Nice bright LEDs. Easy to control from an Arduino through some transistors. Individual LEDs are nice and bright. Connecting wires a far too short, and the plastic mount has a very pronounced bow in the middle (over 1cm out of line). Lighting all colours at full intensity does not produce a clean... Read more

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  • posted byericparis on 04/17/2011

    -very good manufacture , but not very easy to fix it , two holes for two sceew are welcome -easy to use -easy to connect directly on the 12v no driver control needed -great light -l like the possibility to mix the colors or to use one color -wire is a little short the best way is to use connector... Read more

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  • posted bytrickster2011 on 01/13/2011

    - Cheap RGB ledstrip - No Ledcontroller needed, directy to 12V - semi-waterproof sealed - Hardplasic cover - Very Bright Good for building Moodlight. Good for Club lightning - Red Less stronger than Green And Blue - Wires do not match color ( not a big Con) - Wires not very long, it's about 5cm -... Read more

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  • posted byRubenJ on 02/28/2010

    Great acrylic cast around the LED's, this makes the strip solid. Spread of the light is quit good for a small LED strip Casing looks to be under a little tension, it's a little curved. Little short wiring, wiring could be a bit longer or with a connector. Great light output trough all LED's, as a... Read more

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  • posted bybabylonfive on 02/27/2010

    This strip is well sealed and tough. I love the mix of colors and the red is a deep-red, not like some other strips and RGBs. The panel is fun to use - I created a camping light. Since the array is fairly long, it doesn't cast many shadows. The efficiency is fairly low, compared to very lights, -... Read more

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  • posted byadlerweb on 01/16/2010

    Cheap, bright for a RGB-strip, cutable every 3x3LED-Group (see other) Its 45cm, not 50cm - The red LEDs are way darker than green and blue (see below) - the epoxy of mine was cracked but it does not affect the functionality and looks more like a fault of the transport company Length: 45cm Width:... Read more

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  • posted bynpd89 on 12/16/2009

    Very bright light, really solid construction. These things are really awesome. The red light is quite a bit dimmer than the red and blue. I'd even go so far as to say it's about half as bright, so to get a true white color, you'll have to turn the intensity of the blue and green way down. When up... Read more

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  • posted byalexengland on 10/01/2009

    This LED strip is quite bright. From DealExtreme these are way cheaper than anywhere in Australia. Cheapest I could find was around $40 for a even shorter one. Easy to wire up since all current limiting resistors are already soldered in. Epoxy is really nice and smooth. Runs on 12 volts, good for... Read more

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