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Old 11-20-2012, 10:49 PM   #1
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I posted some pics and comments in this thread showing my first attempt at ambient lighting on a budget:
http://www.f150forum.com/f38/led-amb...ghting-161382/

Well, for my birthday I received my replacement lights and finally got around to installing them....

For this setup I went with LEDGLOW's Million Mini Set that is expandable and uses usb cables for power connectors.

This kit also has sound activation that responds to music playing. I have a short example of that here, I'm still working out the buttons on the remote as some functions are activated with sound and some aren't: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hcxmJ...ature=youtu.be

My hope with this kit is to use the expansions to get presence in the cupholders....I still haven't found a good cheap alternative to the OEM option yet.

As you can see in the pictures below, I mounted the control module in the center console and ran the usb cord to the bottom of the chairs where I mounted the LED strips with double sided tape. Very painless install. :-)
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Old 11-20-2012, 10:56 PM   #2
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Great job on the ambient lighting.
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Going to install mine this week. Had it sitting in the box for months now.
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smunczen, are you installing the same kit?

KILOFINAL, thanks!
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these look good! on my list lol
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Great job looks nice I'd like to install a single LED in my non-flow-through console cupholder so I can See my ashtray night...
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Cool, I'm thinking about using the plasmaglow hyper leds but they dont change color
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plasma glow has some cool stuff I wish they offered more product pictures on their site though.....helps me visualize

I came across this thread on a nissan site where the guy's idea for led's in the cup holders looked pretty good. it's a clean look atleast

http://www.jukeforums.com/forum/niss...p-holders.html

or something like this in the EL wire/tape world....I just wish this would do multicolor

http://www.ebay.com/itm/motorcycle-c...item416d7c9711
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plasma glow has some cool stuff I wish they offered more product pictures on their site though.....helps me visualize

I came across this thread on a nissan site where the guy's idea for led's in the cup holders looked pretty good. it's a clean look atleast

http://www.jukeforums.com/forum/niss...p-holders.html

or something like this in the EL wire/tape world....I just wish this would do multicolor

http://www.ebay.com/itm/motorcycle-c...item416d7c9711
Kmaximus, Your Lighting looks really good !!!

I used Plasma Glow.....but I wanted only blue, I was going to get the remote set up from neon lights but they wouldn't ship to canada...
I still have to add my last light to the inside of my console yet...

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As you can see in the pictures below, I mounted the control module in the glovebox and ran the usb cord to the bottom of the chairs where I mounted the LED strips with double sided tape. Very painless install. :-)
You mentioned mounting the module in the glovebox. In the first pic you posted it looks like a pic of the console and not the glovebox. Can you elaborate a little on this? Are my old eyes interpreting the picture wrong or is there another pic that goes along with the install?

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