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For the LP4, what would be the difference in light output, actual or perceived, with the difference in LEDs? How would this affect the light output/color with the amber lens?

Can the LP4 be run with the background/accent lighting and the main light at the same time or does the accent light need to be turned off before the main lights turned on?

Any photos showing the difference between the color temps?

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For the LP4, what would be the difference in light output, actual or perceived, with the difference in LEDs? How would this affect the light output/color with the amber lens?

Can the LP4 be run with the background/accent lighting and the main light at the same time or does the accent light need to be turned off before the main lights turned on?

Any photos showing the difference between the color temps?

Thanks!
There should not be any perceived difference in output. The only change you might notice is the color range, which should not be too drastic either.

The LP4 has 4 different style LEDs on the circuit board. Only two of those are impacted by the LED change, and as such the blend will be pretty close to the original 5000k. Through an amber lens, the change will be even less noticeable.

The amber backlight can operate simultaneously to the forward projecting light, but it will be completely washed out and not visible.
 

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There should not be any perceived difference in output. The only change you might notice is the color range, which should not be too drastic either.

The LP4 has 4 different style LEDs on the circuit board. Only two of those are impacted by the LED change, and as such the blend will be pretty close to the original 5000k. Through an amber lens, the change will be even less noticeable.

The amber backlight can operate simultaneously to the forward projecting light, but it will be completely washed out and not visible.
Just saw this post. Bailey you still work at BD? Damn brother small world, from the fjcforums!
 

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