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    Default neutral tri edc temperature?

    Can anyone tell me the temperature of Mac's tri EDC in neutral?

    I'm new to nice lights, and trying to decide between a tri EDC or putting together a quad 6P. I currently only have two lights which are a McGizmo Sundrop (original 3 speed, not an XRU), and a warm white 4sevens MiNi CR2. I'm looking for something similar to the warm MiNi CR2, closer to the warmth of an incandescent bulb.

    Thanks for the help

    Ben

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    The neutral Tri-EDC is 4000k.

    The Lux-RC board it uses is available with the 3000k High CRI emitters, if you as Mac nicely he might do a custom order for you.

    The Warm MiniCR2 is 3000k.

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    Default Re: neutral tri edc temperature?

    Hum, 4000k isn't too bad. Given that I could convince Mac to make me one with 3000k High CRI emitters, would it have that incandescent yellow tint like my Mini CR2? I have it narrowed down to a tri EDC or one of Van's 4.2 amp 3000k quads.

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    The "normal" 3000k emitters are actually quite pink. The high CRI emitters look much more like an Incan.

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