The HolidayCoro radio sign makes adding a clear and easy to read radio frequency sign super easy and inexpensive.
- 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 = 22 Nodes
- 0 = 20 Nodes
- 97.3 Frequency is 54 + 22 + 11 + 2 + 18 = 107 Nodes