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Amazon [amazon.com] has 6000k (5M) LED strip lights with power supply (Daylight White) on sale for $5.69 when you apply the coupon by checking the coupon box on the listing. The discount will be applied at checkout. Free shipping with prime.

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6000 k pass !!!
Is that not daylight enough for you? Also, 6000kbis clearly in the post. This really seems like a nice deal for the lights with power supply.
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Can someone tell me where on the warm/cool spectrum these compare to these MARQ strips? [amazon.com]
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6000 k pass !!!
I'm thinking that you just like saying the word "pass" now because you didn't hear it too much in your reading comprehension class.
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Can someone tell me where on the warm/cool spectrum these compare to these MARQ strips? [amazon.com]
Cool white, kinda blue
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Waterproof for 6.99+ 5% clipped coupon. Listing says warm white but also 6000k.. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MQQS...th=1&psc=1
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Can someone tell me where on the warm/cool spectrum these compare to these MARQ strips? [amazon.com]
That item you linked may have RGBW leds according to some comments on the Amazon page. The item in the OP is white only. Think office fluorescent/bluish light. Depends on the need, but living spaces are usually warm white- 2700k
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Is that not daylight enough for you? Also, 6000kbis clearly in the post. This really seems like a nice deal for the lights with power supply.
6000K is not daylight, it's more like black light, 4200K - 4500K is daylight.

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I'm thinking that you just like saying the word "pass" now because you didn't hear it too much in your reading comprehension class.
What is wrong with not like bluish strip lights? I personally like 3000K strip lights more.
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6000K is not daylight, it's more like black light, 4200K - 4500K is daylight.



What is wrong with not like bluish strip lights? I personally like 3000K strip lights more.
6000k is around the industry definition of daylight, just from what I have seen. I think it is a bit less harsh than cool white is some cases
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6000k is around the industry definition of daylight, just from what I have seen. I think it is a bit less harsh than cool white is some cases
6000K = cloudy daylight, and with these, low CRI.

Needs to be 4500-5000K for daylight, and/or 95+ CRI. Without either of those, you get fluorescent-bulb, horror-movie type lighting quality.

6000K cheap 2x18650 flashlight vs hardwired Cree XM-L EasyWhite LED of roughly 4500K bin:
http://masejoer.com/Images/cri_low.jpg
http://masejoer.com/Images/cri_high.jpg
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6000K is not daylight, it's more like black light, 4200K - 4500K is daylight.
God I love the internet
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Gotta love the Chingrish descriptions: "More Brightter"
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6000K is not daylight, it's more like black light, 4200K - 4500K is daylight.



What is wrong with not like bluish strip lights? I personally like 3000K strip lights more.
That's not daylight, you need at least 5000k-5500k. 6k is bluish and 3000 is dingy yellow
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6000K is the color of those crappy HID bulbs that glare everywhere. As you go higher in the scale, it gets more blue. Above 10,000K and you start getting to the purple part of the spectrum. 4200K is the light typical halogen headlights are, and that is much closer to daylight. 6000K is very harsh and you would not want to be in a room with 6000K lighting for an extended period of time.

http://www.westinghouselighting.c...ature.aspx
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