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post #11371 of 11376 Old 07-24-2015, 04:30 AM
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Do you know if it's possible to use the new Spyder5Elite or Pro with the JVC AutoCal function? I'd rather get the latest version if at all possible. I guess I could just try it and if it doesn't work send it back and order the older one.
Everything I've read in the Autocal thread says it has to be a Spyder 4.

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Everything I've read in the Autocal thread says it has to be a Spyder 4.
Yeah, that figures...thanks.

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If anyone is interested, Amazon has a deal going until 8/15 for two Philips Hue bulbs for $99.99. You're welcome

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Or you can go this route which I have had great success with. I have two behind my screen that I absolutely love:

http://www.amazon.com/ThorFire-Color...rfire+LED+bulb

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The Philips Hue lights have been very reliable so far, I have 28 of the lights in my HT room and several kits in my office as well. This month marks a several year journey to replacing every single light in my house with LED's. that includes all outside lighting, landscape lighting, flood lights, etc. It's nice not to have the extra heat the incandescent lights generate + the energy savings.

even my daily use projector is LED. I knew those little LED's we'd play with in the 70-80's at Radio Shack were going to amount to something one day.
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The Philips Hue lights have been very reliable so far, I have 28 of the lights in my HT room and several kits in my office as well. This month marks a several year journey to replacing every single light in my house with LED's. that includes all outside lighting, landscape lighting, flood lights, etc. It's nice not to have the extra heat the incandescent lights generate + the energy savings.

even my daily use projector is LED. I knew those little LED's we'd play with in the 70-80's at Radio Shack were going to amount to something one day.

I use LED lights to grow peppers and tomatoes during the winter.

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