I realize I'm old-fashioned, but I like the amber effect of dimming traditional incandescent bulbs. For this reason, I have equipped every BR30 and A19 bulb in my house with Philips Warm Glow bulbs and they are controlled by switches and cassette modules. Wherever there is a Hue bulb, it's just the white version, with no ambiance. Strangely, it seems to be approaching this warm glow effect or it may simply start warmer than average. My problem is with colored light bulbs or white ambiance. I can never make them approximate any color temperature of the other bulbs to ANY other level. I don't know if it's a problem with the extremely inaccurate color controls in these apps or what, but nothing works. I'd like to call it "2700K" and make it look like their regular light bulbs. I missed something? Right now, I have a single white Hue light bulb in an Ikea lamp that I just got as close to as I could and just ignore it now. Please tell me what I'm doing wrong! In the meantime, I was following an ebay seller who had warm-shining GU10 bulbs that Philips apparently made at one point, so I'll finally be able to turn off my halogen kitchen lighting.
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