Bronze MemberUsername: Ledmyplace
Louisville, KY United States
Post Number: 16
Gold MemberUsername: Magfan
Post Number: 3529
Warm light is low on the scale, like maybe 2800k.
You should aim higher, maybe 5000k which I see as very bright, almost daylight balanced.
As an aside, the color temperature of your TELEVISION is measured also in degrees 'K'.
For more information, look up any test of a television where they measure the performance.
You'll see that TV should be some specific value and capable of emitting a wide range of colors.
This isn't quite the same as a bulb, but the take-away is the color temp specification of a set.