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Rust Temple Lighting Discussion
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<t>This thread is for posting any research or options for lighting rust temple.</t>
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<r>I have no personal experience with these, but it might be cool to try out a few of them:<br/>
<URL url="https://www.1000bulbs.com/category/plug-and-play-led-tube-lights-under-1800-lumens/"><LINK_TEXT text="https://www.1000bulbs.com/category/plug ... 00-lumens/">https://www.1000bulbs.com/category/plug-and-play-led-tube-lights-under-1800-lumens/</LINK_TEXT></URL></r>
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<t>Awesome, those look like they'll provide a ton of light, do you know if those are the right size?</t>
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<t>I'm not entirely sure, but the lights look like they're about 4 feet long, and T8 is a very standard kind of bulb. But that's all I know...<br/>
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I think it'd be fun to try out some of the different color temperatures. 3000 will be the warmest. There's also 3500, 4000, and 5000 (cold, colder, and coldest). Mixed lighting (different color temps in the same space) is always nice, so I'd suggest that they not all be the same.</t>
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<r><QUOTE author="loglow" post_id="12" time="1517617951" user_id="50"><s>
loglow post_id=12 time=1517617951 user_id=50 Wrote:</s>
I'm not entirely sure, but the lights look like they're about 4 feet long, and T8 is a very standard kind of bulb. But that's all I know...<br/>
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I think it'd be fun to try out some of the different color temperatures. 3000 will be the warmest. There's also 3500, 4000, and 5000 (cold, colder, and coldest). Mixed lighting (different color temps in the same space) is always nice, so I'd suggest that they not all be the same.
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Wow, ya id be happy to buy some. I just want to be sure they're the right size. And ya the different color temps would look awesome.</r>
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