Cree CR6 TrueWhite Cans - 2700k vs 3000k
I was wondering if anyone has experience with the TrueWhite CR6, either 2700k and/or 3000k. We're getting white glazed cabinets and I don't want the light to yellow them too much, but I still want warmth (I know, asking for everything!).
Thing is, I just went to the light lab at a local store and the 3000k vs 2700k LEDs was kind of startling. 2700 was much more yellow, and I didn't think 300 was enough to make that much difference. Granted, I didn't make sure the 2700k Cree was the TrueWhite version, not the FD, and the 3000k LED they had was a Solara.