Eurolights - 100Q
avim at pacbell.net
Fri Dec 1 08:23:08 EST 2000
In most cases anyway, there are always exceptions though, you must be one of
As a rule in most cases the reflector is sized to MATCH the bulb and putting
in a bigger bulb can make it worse not better! As in scattered light etc.
Just because a light "blinds' you does not necessarily mean it illuminate
the rood better.
Of course there are exceptions but as "rule of thumb" see the above
Somehow I always get the feeling that no matter what some of us will say
there is always somebody who is going to "jump" and say, but in my case it
I don't doubt those statements regardless how far fetched that they can
be.............I am not familiar with a lot of details regarding those
comments so it is difficult to reply in specific.
From: quattro-admin at audifans.com [mailto:quattro-admin at audifans.com]On
Behalf Of Paul R Luevano
Sent: Friday, December 01, 2000 7:28 AM
To: quattro at audifans.com
Subject: Re: RE: Eurolights - 100Q
> The new bulbs will not make too much difference, I switched to 80/100 and
> noticed hardly any improvement!
Really? One of my 100/80w just blew out (after about 5 months, which I
hear is about par for the course with hi wattage bulbs) and I had to
replace it with a regular 60/55W from the local parts store.
I noticed a significant difference between the two lights on low beam.
The 80W was much brighter and "fuller".
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