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Light bulbs to use in a studio

nicholas-g, modified 5 Years ago.

Light bulbs to use in a studio

Padawan Posts: 29 Join Date: 11/4/15 Recent Posts

I remember reading something on the intenet about certain types of bulbs (prehaps compact fluorescent lamps) are not good for use in rooms with audio equipment as they add "noise" to the mains circuits.

Is there any truth to this? Can anyone recommend the best lighting technology for an audio room?