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Old 11-07-2012, 07:00 PM   #14
jswinden
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Originally Posted by booklover6 View Post
Am I imagining things, or did the update change the color temperature? Mine is different now.
Other than possibly altering the brightness levels, a FW update cannot change the LEDs temperature. You get what you got. The temperature of an LED is based on the LED itself and whatever coating gets applied to it.
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