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MR16 LED Rec for Tech Lighting Cable?

Posted by laurat88 (My Page) on
Wed, May 1, 13 at 22:53

I have cable lighting from Tech Lighting with a set up almost exactly as shown in this picture. I have searched the forum and perhaps have missed an answer to this question and am a bit overwhelmed by all the choices. What would you recommend for the bulbs? I would like LED 2700k (GU5.3) and have read about ones from Toshiba, Slyvania and Philips. Wondering which ones are instant on, are quiet (I saw the post about the one with a fan) and that is dimmable. I may want to select narrow beam/spot lights for the two bulbs over the sink, but the rest should be more of a flood light. I've checked 1000bulbs and Toshiba seems to get good reviews, but I didn't see anything by Sylvania. Any advice greatly appreciated. Also, it's new construction in kitchen CA so we are doing all LED to meet title 24. Thanks!!

Here is a link that might be useful: Lighting Set Up

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RE: MR16 LED Rec for Tech Lighting Cable?

Newer LED lamps do not require active cooling.

None of the MR16 LED lights available in HD use fans.

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