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    Not sure if this is the right forum but saw these on Ray Wu store and wondering if they are any good. Am going to use Advatek Pixlite16 both plug and play and normal controller together with Hanson Electrics dmx2-18 and dmx36. As this is my first year want to start off easy.
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    Not too sure what you want that controller for?
    If you are using the pixlite 16 then you ,from my understanding, can plug your computer into it via Ethernet, so no need for another box.
    If it is the capability of using an sd card, then I would go down the raspberry Pi path.
    Falcon Christmas have done a lot of work in making it easy for noobs to setup (like myself) and it is VERY powerful and cheap.
    http://falconchristmas.com/forum/index.php?board=8.0
     

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