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Posted by BobF on October 12th, 1999 08:27 AM
In reply to basement lighting by Mike G on October 11th, 1999 07:56 AM [Go to top of thread]

Halogen lights are brighter than incandescent. But, they have a smaller degree angle (cone). ie) halogens have a smaller "footprint".

Also - you can use either halogen or incandescent or the new fluorescent bulbs in the cans. If you don't like the halogen, replace the bulb. If you use a dmiier, I don't know that you can switch to the fluorescent bulbs.

I used a mix in my basement. The warm fluorescent bulbs are really nice. My 4-bulb fixture is bright!. I usually just use the halogens, and have those dimmed. Put them on a dimmer.

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