Translite lighting

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By JWS64

3 years ago

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JWS64

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3 years ago

If you have a backbox with a translite with a single flourescent light bulb that runs the length of the box from left to right, is this the only lighting option you have?


3 years ago

No flipper fidelity sells a back box kits. Then you can remove the flourescent tube


JWS64

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3 years ago

Thanks for the info. Much appreciated!


NM

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3 years ago

Cointaker sells their own creations as well.

You might compare demo videos to determine which lighting sequence you like better.


3 years ago

Does anyone have feedback for these conversions? What sort of advantages do they offer. It seems that the huge single light may cause a bit more glare on the PF glass, but I'm not sure.


3 years ago

I have seen it in LOTR and I think it looked good. I think it has less glare.



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