Model # TY622-1315

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Spectacular Light and Sound Show Kit

  • Plays audio from a computer, smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth
  • Detects pulse of music and triggers lights to match the beat
  • Meets or exceeds UL Listing safety standards
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Product Overview

Create a professional-looking, one-of-a-kind holiday light show with this Spectacular Light and Sound Show Kit. Hook up your outdoor display, add your favorite music via Bluetooth from your computer or mobile device and watch the lights dance to the beat. Then, change it up whenever you want with a single remote control. The kit comes with a base controller, remote control, three satellite receivers, five yard stakes and a speaker, offering endless entertainment options.

  • Kit includes 1 base controller, 1 remote control, 3 satellite receivers, 5 yard stakes and 1 music speaker
  • 16 spectacular light show functions for custom display
  • Plays music via Bluetooth or music card with mobile device, PC or Mac computer
  • Versatile design works with both LED and incandescent lights
  • View The Home Depot's Holiday Lighting Buying Guide



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Customer Questions & Answers

How many strands can I get out of this unit?

I have strands that use 41 watts of power. This unit is rated for only 900 for the complete unit and all 3 receivers is that right? So i can only use 20 strands and then it'll blow? Or is it 900 per each receiver?
Asked by: aleksei
when you say 41 watts, is that total or each? If you are going to do this with the most effect, consider LEDs. I have 1 music box, 1 sensor, and 12 remotes. Using LEDs, I have 300 C9 lights around my front walks, 500 C9s on the house roof line, 5 sets of net lights in front bushes, and 20 christmas trees, of which have appx. 80% LEDs with multiple strands ie white/red, white/green, red/green, etc. Therefore with your lights, I would keep it at 20> strands to prevent problems. LEDs are brighter and can withstand a lot more abuse than conventional lights
Answered by: cavblaz
Date published: 2017-01-17

Will the system automatically start up in the "Music Sensor" mode if your lights are on a timer?

Asked by: Rick
no, you will have to start the bluetooth function manually each time. my system is on timers and I have to start them each night. major down fall, but at the same time gives me a chance to check everything. this can be done from inside your house, you do not have to go to the device each time.
Answered by: cavblaz
Date published: 2017-01-17

I have the "SPECTACULAR LIGHT AND SOUND SHOW" and also can't find my manual is there a download for the manual?

Asked by: lites
I found one, here's a link:
Answered by: JeffG
Date published: 2016-12-24

Anyone else having problem with the "music sensor" not working.

When I put it on the music sensor setting on the phone app it just does the combination lighting effect and has nothing to do with the music that's playing.
Asked by: chris
on your remote set lights to steady, enable your bluetooth device and sync to music box, press music sensor once on remote and lights should go out, press again and lights should be set to music.
Answered by: cavblaz
Date published: 2017-01-17
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Customer Reviews

Spectacular Light and Sound Show Kit is rated 2.3 out of 5 by 69.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Our relatives, neighbors, and friends all thought it was Spectacular! I bought this in Dec 2015, but waited until now to finally leave a review to make sure everything still worked as well as it did last year. And from what I can tell after doing some testing today, everything still works fine! I was hesitant about buying this due to some of the previous bad reviews, but I figured that if I had a problem with it, at least I could return it to HD as long as I had the receipt. And I didn't want to take a chance on ordering something else online and having problems with it, since it'd be more of a hassle to return it. I guess I must've been one of the lucky ones, because I had no problems whatsoever in the setup and operation of this kit. Once it was setup, it was easy to use it with or without the music. We got lots of compliments from everyone who walked or drove by and saw it. People walking their dog, or driving by, would walk/drive slower as they passed in front of our house, and some even stopped for a few minutes to watch as the lights faded in and out, and blinked, depending on which preset pattern I used. If I was playing music, they would sometimes watch the lights and listen to a full song or two before continuing their walk/drive. I bought an SD card and loaded several Christmas songs onto it, and the main unit/sensor responded to the music from the speaker as it was supposed to. I had to put the sensor really close to the speaker in order for the lights to respond to the music because I didn't want to turn the music up too loud and disturb the neighbors lol. But from having to put the sensor less than an inch away from the speaker, the sound was muffled a little bit. So this year I'll zip-tie the main unit/sensor to the SIDE of the speaker. One suggestion....before you stick the stakes too deeply into the ground, make sure you do some testing first to make sure the lights are responding to the volume setting that you plan on using. And be careful if you have to pull a stake out of the ground, because it might break. (If the ground is frozen after Christmas, you might have to wait until the spring thaw to pull everything out of the ground.) Here are some some of the videos that I took of our lights (the first is linked to this review). One thing I noticed is that if it snowed enough and the direct path from the main unit to a satellite receiver was blocked by snow, the lights hooked up to that satellite receiver would not respond (they would just stay on solid while other lights hooked up to other receivers blinked and flashed). I had to shovel a path in the yard so the main unit and satellite receiver could "see each other". To avoid this problem this year, I will actually stake all 3 satellite receivers within a foot or less of the main unit, so that even if it snows a lot, they will be close enough to the main unit to respond. Then from each satellite receiver, I will just run long 3-outlet extension cords to the areas that have the lights that should be controlled by each satellite receiver. Christmas was a lot more fun last year because of the excitement caused by this kit. My father-in-law bought one on clearance after Christmas after seeing ours in action. He'll finally get a chance to use it soon and he's really excited. My wife and kids posted some of our videos on Facebook and some relatives asked what we were using and where they could buy it. Many of our relatives posted pics of their house & yard lights and decor on Facebook, but because of this kit, those pics paled in comparison to the videos of our lights. I hope this review helps! This kit might be "quirky" and might not work as desired for everyone, but I have no complaints. When I get my next paycheck I'll be going to Home Depot and buying more outdoor Christmas decor and another Spectacular Light & Sound Show kit for our back yard!
Date published: 2016-10-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy light display! I converted my semi large display of Halloween lights to this system with an expansion pack. I just plugged in the base near where the speaker would be. Everything can be inline to existing lights, but the speaker needs constant power and cannot be attached to the base or receivers. No buttons to sync on the receivers either, they just worked! I had no problem going over 50 ft from the base to a receiver and using the handheld remote. I was able to pair my android phone via Bluetooth and stream YouTube audio easily, but couldn't get the music sensor with speaker working. I had the base next to the speaker within 1 ft as the manual says. Remote is quick to change all the lights and plenty of built-in functions for everyone to enjoy.
Date published: 2013-10-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great item for the money I bought this set right after thanksgiving. We downloaded 35 Christmas songs in MP# format as it stated. I put those in a mini sd card and in it went. Just to make sure it worked i plugged in 9 different sets of lights into each plus and turned it on. With the transmitter right next to the speaker as indicated in the directions and u tube videos i watched , they all worked perfectly. I currently have 35000 yes 35000 LED bulbs on this system. I have bought another expansion pack to try next year as id like my blow molds on it as well. I don't know what the issue is with some of these reviews but if the unit doesn't work swap it out. If it does in fact work and you cant figure out how to use it. Google this on u tube as i did to make sure i had it set up right. One day i will buy the light o Rama controller sets. Until then,this will do just fine.Nothing like seeing 20 cars out front of your house at a time watching your light show.
Date published: 2014-12-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from ok Really cool product easy to put together and simple to use although it seems to have 6 separate channels it is really only 3 and two operate at the same time one on the main unit and one of the satellite units. The speaker has to be basically touching the main unit to get the music effect in the lights and its not a very good representation of the song it just flashes when there is vibration. Remote speaker is the best part just it connects through blue tooth and you can stream music to it right off your phone it doesn't need the rest if the system which is something you can use year round
Date published: 2013-10-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from In order to turn the unit on you need to physically press the on/off switch on the main box. My ... In order to turn the unit on you need to physically press the on/off switch on the main box. My light display is on a timer so the power gets turned off every night. When it comes on each day I need to go outside and push the button on box to turn it on. Yes it does have Bluetooth control but that does not work until the button on the box is physically pressed. What good is a remote function if you need to turn the box on everyday before it will work? I ended up returning the unit after a week.
Date published: 2016-12-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does what it says and is affordable fun It worked the way I expected and I'm happy with it. It's an affordable way to have a fun light show without spending thousands. I gave it 4 stars because the speaker operates independently of the remote. More about that in a bit. . . I'd like to explain how this set works, because it's not obvious from the box or the instructions. Anyway, there's a base and 3 satellites. You spread out the satellite boxes in your decor. The satellite boxes get plugged into cords/outlets and your lights/display items get plugged into the satellite boxes. The base sends different signals to each of the satellites. You can also plug lights or other items into the base. The base works with the remote, so you can set or change it from inside your house. You use the remote to operate the lighting options: turn your lights on or off, set one of 15 or 16 lighting options (fade, flash combinations), dim them, or turn on the sync with music option. The base sends different signals to the various satellites, so items plugged into the different satellites do things at different times. The speaker is a separate box. It has buttons on top to control it - on/off, go ahead or go back a song, and volume. I gave this product 4 stars because I have to go outside to operate the speaker box - it is not controlled with the remote and that's inconvenient. Once the speaker box is turned on (and it has to be next to the base), you use the remote to turn on the sync-lights-to-music option, then your lights will flash based on the vibration or pitch of the speaker. I'm using an SD card (not micro size). The speaker will play all songs on the card and go automatically from one to the next (this wasn't clear from the manual - only once I actually tried it). You can choose your own music, whatever you want. I think it might shuffle them - I'm not actually sure if that can be controlled or not. If you turn on the music option but there's no music coming out of the speaker, your lights will be dark. This was confusing to me at first, I thought that the music option on the remote would turn on the speaker as well. I figured out that the speaker does not operate with the remote and is totally separate. You can actually use any speaker to play the music, as long as it's near the base and you turn on the music option button on the remote. You could even just put a radio out next to the base (mine are all under the porch roof, so no weather concerns) and just have that operate with the music option of the base. This set worked right out of the box. With the way things are made these days, I'm hoping that it lasts through this season, and maybe even works when I get it out next year. This set will not make your light show look as amazing as the ones you see on YouTube or make people drive out of their way to see your display, but it is fun and entertaining.
Date published: 2013-12-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The phone number they give you in the instruction book is a joke, the mail box is always full so ... The phone number they give you in the instruction book is a joke, the mail box is always full so you can not get any help with the unit. Although the paper work says you can use 1 of 3 different music formats on the SD card the only one that worked is MP3. it never starts from the last song played but starts with the first song on the card. You have to go out & turn on the unit every night as apposed to being able to turn it on with the app, a real pain if it's snowing or raining out.
Date published: 2016-11-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Learn how to use this and it works just fine Look folks, this is NOT what you see on the Budweiser commercials with a home playing music and 20,000 lights. This is a $100.00 unit that does what it promises. I hooked up 18 strings of 100 each standard (non LED) lights, and 10 other decorations. Works just fine. Does the music sensor feature move exactly to the beat? No. Does the sensor need to be practically touching the main unit and volume up high to really move to the beat? Yes. This is an entry level light show unit, all sensors work great, I have experienced 50+ feet distance from my iPod to the unit via Blue Tooth and it is waterproof. If you want a fun ENTRY level light show that will play YOUR music via blue tooth? This unit is just fine. If you want some grand display that will be seen from airliners up above? Get ready to spend hundreds or thousands more.
Date published: 2013-11-29
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