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  1. #31
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    Lighting a Family Room

    Here is the living room screen ..... it has adjustable RGB LED backlighting

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    Is that a hot tub or a pool table?
    I see he likes chicken wings (fryer). Great man cave for sure.
    You make the lights come on and we make them go off.

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    That's pretty cool. If I'm not mistaken, I think those are all Definitive Tech speakers. Should make for a nice little theater setup. How big is this house anyway?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgookin View Post
    Is that a hot tub or a pool table?
    I see he likes chicken wings (fryer). Great man cave for sure.
    It's a swim spa




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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Duke View Post
    That's pretty cool. If I'm not mistaken, I think those are all Definitive Tech speakers. Should make for a nice little theater setup. How big is this house anyway?
    Yes definitive tech; in every room of the house.

    Smaller than you think; about 2200 sq ft heated and just as much garage space


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    Lighting a Family Room

    Had to go back out to this one today and add power for more shades on the outdoor kitchen area; apparently the neighbors are being creepers.....got a better pic of that door. Oh yeh there's also a 12' panoramic door off the master.




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    Quote Originally Posted by kwired View Post
    This is a job for a lighting design specialist.

    Some installers are maybe closer to being called that then others though.
    I thought all electricians where lighting specialist?

    I could go on and on Untill you do what you should have done,

    At least have the gall to contact me.

    Ronald

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldrc View Post
    I thought all electricians where lighting specialist?

    I could go on and on Untill you do what you should have done,

    At least have the gall to contact me.

    Ronald
    I wouldn't say all electricians are lighting specialists. Many install lighting, but only follow the plans someone else has made for them, many repair lighting, but that is usually just fixing something that doesn't work and not the design of the lighting in a particular location.

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