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    rylim
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    Missouri City, Texas

    Some of my LED bulbs have to go back to the store, as they are making buzzing noises.

    Are you sure it’s the LED and not a bug in the lens??

    Yes, it is the LED light bulb from Philips. Other users have the same issue as me : http://www.homedepot.com/p/Philips-SlimStyle-60W-Equivalent-Soft-White-A19-Dimmable-LED-Light-Bulb-E-452978/204730356

    #407502

    That always freaks me out because the whiter light has more blue which is higher energy part of the light spectrum but it is called cooler. It seems like we are conflating light sources versus reflected light.

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    #407504

    This guy does an examination of an LED bulb and you can see why it buzzes.

    "Live not one's life as though one had a 1000 years but live each day as the last." Marcus Aurelius

    #407516

    madman_us
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    Palm Springs, CA

    i have those cree led bulbs in my bathroom. because of the humidity in there they start to flicker. great video, explained why

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    #416473

    Anonymous

    I love led strips this is new 110v remote controlled led I put on my ceiling cuz regular 16ft 5050smd chipped ones loses power in long strips but this is all around same brightness light

    #416474

    Anonymous

    This is my led

    #416475

    Anonymous

    5050 smd

    #416478

    Sorpa
    Pro
    Pierrefonds, Qc

    I just put 5 meters in my truck – I have a 12 foot cube – best $10 I’ve ever spent.

    #416480

    Anonymous

    Yeah but 5 meter one is loses current if you add another strip to it I have on my ceiling 60ft rope and first and last led has the same current

    #416543

    r-ice
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    Durham region, ON

    5050 smd

    that looks pretty awesome, I am trying to convince the wife we need led strips as well as some glow in the dark somewhere in the house or outside.

    #416573

    58Chev
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    Etobicoke, ON

    5050 smd

    That looks sharp, do you know how many LEDs per foot?

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    #416628

    Anonymous

    It’s 30 led per feet and it’s rgb also its 110v no adaptor needed back has a 4 wire that brings the power fully waterproof looks like this

    #416630

    Anonymous

    I pay for 65 ft piece 96 $ on ebay can get and custom lenght till 100 feet and connects straight into the 110v so no adaptor or anykind when I am doing my driveway I wanna put a sidewall that is about 8 inch or so and run a led strip around the whole curb it will be pretty nice

    #416669

    DirtyWhiteBoy
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    Honolulu,, Hi.

    The rope lights have added a lot of dimension to the living space.

    Dirty

    A Working Pro since 1988!

    Member since January 26, 2013.

    #416672

    Anonymous

    Also design does the same thing my first job 12 years ago was finishing my house with these finishes had a rope light in the crown that wasn’t changing color lights where halogen etc but design was there def making the place look bigger then it is and on the backsplash theres see thru marble and 3258smd led behind it 6 years ago that was the technology with led strips

    #416676

    58Chev
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    Etobicoke, ON

    It’s 30 led per feet and it’s rgb also its 110v no adaptor needed back has a 4 wire that brings the power fully waterproof looks like this

    ThanX, No power adapter? HUH…

    I’m not interested in RGB, just White light. I eventually need to replace the set that I have in my kitchen under the cabinets. They have an adapter and switch with High/Low. The Low is starting to flicker, so I have to switch to High setting when I need that light on.
    Only thing is I don’t need 60′ of lighting.

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    #416687

    Anonymous

    You can get whatever lenght you want no adaptor what so ever it comes with remote you can change it to anycolor fade strobe etc it’s made to whatever length you want

    #416729

    madman_us
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    Palm Springs, CA

    those led are coming a long way. i will install those to my man cave as soon as i have one haha

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    #416827

    jponto07
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    Bloomington, IN

    You can get whatever lenght you want no adaptor what so ever it comes with remote you can change it to anycolor fade strobe etc it’s made to whatever length you want

    @ozturkebrahem

    A little punctuation goes a long way….I can barely follow what you are trying to say in this thread.

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    #416846

    Anonymous

    Led strip comes from 1ft to 100 feet. You tell them whatever lenght you want ,it can be 21ft or 68ft depends what you tell them. It’s 110volt or you can get 220v . Also you can choice color temp eigther warm white color or cool white. I hope this helped I know eveyone tells me that I never use it sorry…

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