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FM Radio Frequency "Tune To" Sign - For RGB Dumb and Pixel Node Lights
FM Radio Frequency "Tune To" Sign - For RGB Dumb and Pixel Node Lights
Lights optional


Our Price: $27.97

Availability/Ships: Same Day, Sporadically up to 3 days (Delivery Time Information)
Product Code: 350

The following items are included with this product:

RGB Node Radio Sign Frequency

 87.5 to 99.9 FM (xx.x FM) - RGB Dumb / Smart 12mm Nodes

[Product Description Page]
RGB Radio Sign Overview
Assembly Recommendations
Bob's RGB Radio Sign with Pixels
Product Features
The HolidayCoro radio sign makes adding a clear and easy to read radio frequency sign super easy and inexpensive.
  • Overview
    • Super visible, even from off-angle.
    • Allows you to dim the light during the show, then flash it during voice overs so viewers know to tune into your broadcast audio.
    • A good starting point or selecting your radio frequency is http://www.radio-locator.com/ - though we always recommend checking the frequency prior to use to ensure it isn't used. The most "ideal" frequency is 87.9FM as it is only assigned to two stations in the country and that lower frequencies generally have better quality
    • Comes ready to install with RGB pixel nodes or RGB dumb nodes
    • Produced from three sheets of black coro, 4mm thick that is UV and weather resistant. Coro holds bulbs without any additional glue or fasteners. The black coro doesn't reflect light and produces a nice clean output without halos.
  • Bulb Population
    • "TUNE TO" Letters = 54 Nodes
    • "Period" = 2 Nodes
    • 1 = 13 Nodes
    • 2 = 19 Nodes
    • 3 = 18 Nodes
    • 4 = 14 Nodes
    • 5 = 19 Nodes
    • 6 = 21 Nodes
    • 7 = 11 Nodes
    • 8 = 23 Nodes
    • 9 = 21 Nodes
    • 0 = 20 Nodes
    • Examples:
      • 97.3 Frequency is 54 (TUNE TO) + 21 (9) + 11 (7) + 2 (PERIOD) + 18 (3) = 106 Nodes

Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Solid Quality w/ a Catch November 24, 2017
Reviewer: Cory Dorning from Covington, KY United States  
The quality seems legit especially for the price, but I wrongly assumed I could use square WS2811 pixels for this. Unfortunately, the coro is too thick. This helps with the quality but I don't have bullet pixels on hand so it will require an additional purchase.

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Led radio sign August 21, 2017
Reviewer: Walt Stewart from West Hills, CA United States  
I ordered an led radio sign even though the holiday Coro sign only accommodates up to 99.9 frequency...my frequency is 101.5.  I figured I could modify the sign.  Turns out I was able to using the predrilled holes and a few additional holes That i added.  Looks great.  Very happy with this product.
The reason what we have never produced a 1xx.x radio sign in the RGB node version is because 85.1% of regular radio signs purchased are in the xx.x format and this seems logical given that most of the frequency range is from 88.1 to 99.9 FM.  Glad to see that it worked out for a modification.

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Great Sign November 4, 2016
Reviewer: jonathan arendt from Hemet, CA United States  
I bought this sign because I wanted something with just a little bit more flare than the other tune to sign. I purchased it and bought a dumb RGB strand of lights from GE with remote and got the affect I wanted with the sign. Thanks HolidayCoro for making this sign available

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