you can't easily control colors that aren't already set up as "channels"..
This is the member who built the box.. Currently can't remeber his name her though..
Easier just to add RGB strips to the Beamswork and control those..
Cheap and done by some..
Though def. harder w/ the 5 row ones..
Yeah, curses. Somehow I had the impression that it was easily done. Maybe was thinking of the finnex in your example. I was looking at the RGB strip idea too, but like you said, the rows are pretty tight and I'm not sure if I want to squeeze a strip in between. Furthermore, there seems to be some electronics randomly sprinkled in on the board that I don't want to tape over. Will have to look closer.
For the benefit of my newbie level of electronic dabbling, can you please expand on which PNP mosfet you're using? I noticed you wrote that we need one of correct voltage, but what does correct voltage mean?
Does the specs on something like this P-channel mosfet mean that anything less than the max is okay for it to function correctly in the scenario that you've provided?
Absolute Maximum Ratings TC = 25°C unless otherwise noted
Symbol Parameter FQP27P06 Units
VDSS Drain-Source Voltage -60 V
ID Drain Current - Continuous (TC = 25°C) -27 A
- Continuous (TC = 100°C) -19.1 A
IDM Drain Current - Pulsed (Note 1) -108 A
VGSS Gate-Source Voltage ± 25 V