The Sound-to-Light LED Controller sychronizes your LED strip lighting with music. You can use the built-in microphone or a standard audio coaxial jack on the side of the unit. It also has several functions that do not require audio input, including various steady-burn color selection functions and color fade programs. The hand-held remote control communicates with the controller using infrared light, similar to a TV remote control. The controller’s IR “eye” is on the end of a 20-inch cable, so you can place the controller out of site and have the only the eye in view. The remote requires line-of-site visibility and will not work through walls.
The STL-6A has many upgrades from earlier versions. It is able to handle 6A per channel, much more than previously. There are also a number of new options available, including new pre-programmed scenes and storages. It is compatible with all 5, 12, and 24 volt RGB LED strips and modules.