Quoted from DudeRegular:
pinballinreno Any pics of your playfield with the sunlight bulbs? I have sunlight and warm white coming soon.
Warm white is a bit yellow. I bought a few for test and didnt like them.
I test them on my work station powered outlet at 6v. I compared the LEDs to new bulbs for color differences.
My thinking was the original lighting team balanced the artwork around d the #44 bulbs.
2smd frosted Sunlight looks very much like brand new #44 bulbs. Really perfect.
I put then in my backbox. That picture is posted above.
I'm attempting to go 100% LEDs in the game. So, 5smd cool white towers for the #906 bulbs also, as well as flex heads and dual flex heads for larger inserts.
I'll take a pic when I plug it in for testing in a couple days.
In also curious!
I might add a couple colored ones due to a couple faded inserts. But then again I might not.
As we have seen, "Color Flooding" the game with too many colors creates a brown hue to everything and mutes all of the playfield color.
Basically if to take a bunch of colors and mix them in a can, you always get brown. Regardless of the colors used.
Casting brown light looks tertible.
Buying a "kit" with all color matched bulbs sounds good on paper, but ends up looking brown with bits of color.
Going all 2smd frosted brightens the game and preserves the colors around them. It's a great choice.
We'll see about adding a couple colored ones lol.