I know a bit about a lot of stuff, but one thing I know nowt about is xenon bulbs and the different numbers used.
Some internet research on the subject has revealed much conflicting info and I'm trying to make sense of it all.
I'm specifically referring to the 'K' value of the bulbs and what it relates to in real terms. I understand it to be the colour temperature but some say the higher the number the brighter the bulbs are, but others say the higher the number the bluer they are and therefore lower brightness; if you want bright bulbs (more white) then you need bulbs with a lower number.
What gives? Anyone actually clued up on this stuff please, rather than hear'say and "as I understand it" type opinions?