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Been happy with my other (Home Depot) cree bulbs. Will give these a try. BTW - seems to only allow 2 bulbs per order.

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The 450 is only available in store

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limit of two online. lame.

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My only concern is the color temp is stated as 3000K, where most all bulbs marketed now are either 2700K or 4100K (2700K for the Home Depot A19 Cree). So in 2 years if you loose a bulb in a fixture, it may be hard to match the bulb temp with the others. I stick with home depo's 2700K A19--seems to be the 'native' for warm colors.

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its a limit of 6 now

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xpolarx said:   The 450 is only available in store
 Now its available for shipping

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Agree. In my limited experience, 2700k simulates natural sunlight the best. 

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I got a B+ in the course "Science of light and sound" in college, so I consider myself the worlds greatest expert in these things: 2700K is more of a warm yellow light, similar to what you find outside in the fall. the higher 5000-6500K lights are more remiscent of the bright blue-almost-white light you find in early spring/summer. Personally, i prefer the latter. I like nice white light, and i'll adjust the room to my color preference.

If anyone wants to know what the sound wave of a violin looks like, please let me know.

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Wish they had them in cool white.

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Darrone said:   I got a B+ in the course "Science of light and sound" in college...If anyone wants to know what the sound wave of a violin looks like, please let me know.
 

  Was the acid good in college too?  Sound waves are not visible...to most people.
But if I had to guess, I'd say sinusoidal.

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dazviking said:   
Darrone said:   I got a B+ in the course "Science of light and sound" in college...If anyone wants to know what the sound wave of a violin looks like, please let me know.
  Was the acid good in college too?  Sound waves are not visible...to most people.
But if I had to guess, I'd say sinusoidal.
 

FYI: soundwaves are measured by oscilloscopes and described in such terms as wavelength, frequency and amplitude:
http://www.fi.edu/fellows/fellow2/apr99/soundvib.html

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got 10 at my store, this brand emmits the RF so these are "no go"s around anything with a remote, but great otherwise

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They emit the RF, or the IR? Most consumer electronics remotes are IR, so if it emits RF most people won't care. But if it interferes with changing the channel to the next "reality" show, then people (including my wife) are going to throw a fit.

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