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    Default Holiday Projector

    Has anyone seen (or used) one of these ? It looks kinda neat for showing a kid movie on a garage door. I am also interested in the ones the moke the snow effects on the dark sides of my house.

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    http://cgi.ebay.com/New-Outdoor-Anim...item35a4fd1bfc
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    I bought a couple outdoor holiday projectors. They work pretty good. They use a bunch of mirrors on a ball to put holiday images on the house. They use a 55 watt M16 bulb which is 12 volts. And I have noticed that these M16s are made with LEDs also. I am going to try a pair of LED bulbs in them. The motors are a little noisy but not as loud as my blowups. The projectors would easily be manipulated on and off with a DC controller. I have a slowflake in one and a shooting star in the other.
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    I bought the Ultra Projector and loaded the Santa's Symphony video on it. Works great and it weatherproof. Connect to your computer and upload what you want to project and when you power up it starts on its on and is a continuous loop.

    http://www.ultraprojector.com/
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    That is a neat projector. And it also answered the mystery of my neighbor. He had that eyeball showing through from inside his garage this past Haloween. He used a mesh screen across the doorway, with the door up. And that giant eyeball was looking at everyone who had to walk past to get to the porch. We never knew what that unit was, until now ..

    Very nice. I might like something like that myself one day soon ..
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    Default Re: Holiday Projector

    Quote Originally Posted by duke View Post
    I bought the Ultra Projector and loaded the Santa's Symphony video on it. Works great and it weatherproof. Connect to your computer and upload what you want to project and when you power up it starts on its on and is a continuous loop.

    UltraProjector.com - Weather-tight, Stand-Alone Video Projector - Home
    This is an older post that should come back up. This is a cool projector for the people that want to put Santa in the window.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Donnie Kings Mtn View Post
    This is an older post that should come back up. This is a cool projector for the people that want to put Santa in the window.
    Yeah I run Santa in the window too. Everybody loves it!
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