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PostPosted: Sat Aug 18, 2007 8:24 pm 
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Greetings, plan a purchase in a few days and am wondering if you have any advice for color choice for moderately limited visual acuity? Have had very limited success with the blue boards available locally but I understand that your backlight is brighter and better distributed so blue is still a consideration. BTW grew up in Chicago and made MANY trips to MARS CHEESE CASTLE in Kenosha, still get a taste for cheese whenever I hear Kenosha!!

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Doug


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Hi Doug,

Blue (Ice) or green (Toxic) would be a good choice if you have vision limitations related to the brightness of light as these two are by far the brightest colors. Red (Fire) and amber (Gold) are much easier on the eyes for long-term usage but will not give off as much light. I think you will find our lighting is much much brighter than any other product on the market - so much so that many Deck owners do not even use their Deck at full brightness, including me.

Hope this helps, and glad to hear you also dig our local cheese castle!

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Thank you Adam, I've got a Legend Ice coming from Performance.

Doug


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Fantastic to hear, enjoy your Deck!

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