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SEALIGHT H11 H8 H9 LED Headlight Bulbs Conversion Kit, 6000lm 6000k Cool White, Low Beam/Fog Light Bulb(pack of 2)
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- S1 series universal version, used for dim halogen replacement, fit H11/H8/H9 low beam or fog light, replace yellow light, upgrade modern led white, make a new look
- Better visibility, 40W 6000lm/pair, super focused and max light output with a wider and farther lighting area, 6000K for drivers who want to increase visibility during the day
- Safe beam, same as halogen filament design, no glare oncoming traffic, no dark spots or shadowed areas, adapted for all environment, like snowy day, foggy day, rainy day, haze weather
- Mini design, plug and play, no tool required, sized to perfectly fit your housing and plug directly into your factory sockets, no more modification on housing or cover
- All-in-one durable design structure enhances heat dissipation function and extend lifespan, over 30000 hours lifespan, IP67 waterproof
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This one is. And my application will probably be of relevance to those seeking answers of certain key questions.
These bulbs were purchased to replace the halogen H11 bulbs in the fog lights of my 2012 Lincoln MKZ. I have a fairly stout subwoofer system in this car as well, so high-end audio users rejoice, you're included here. My head unit is stock but to my stock THX sound system I have added 2 12" Alpine Type R subs, being fed by a Kicker KXA 1600.1, itself being fed a signal from the Audio Control LC2i.
First, the obvious. Are they mind-blowingly brighter than stock? No. They're $40, not $400. I did not use a light meter for actual empirical data, however my slightly aged eyes tell me in terms of overall brightness, the H11 LED bulbs are probably within 10% overall brightness, compared to stock. Maybe a BIT brighter, but has I said, you can't use them as ion engines to propel your car backwards.
Where they make the difference, to me anyway, is in color temperature. They are WORLDS whiter than stock halogens. My car came with the optional HID's, and I have always been kind of "bleh" about the difference in color temp between the headlights and the driving lights. The driving lights always looked horribly yellow to me when compared to the HID's. They now nearly match in light temp, so they provide much more definition to the immediate sides and front of the car than the halogens. This makes them much more useful to my eyes, to the point the SEEM brighter, even if technically they aren't much.
I also did not require any add-on boards or components when connecting everything to my car. The old bulbs came out, the new bulbs went in, and I used the included double sided tape to mount the LED driver boxes. Start the car, lights fire right up, no funky issues, no flickering, no nothing. They worked flawlessly from the moment I plugged them in with no problems whatsoever. Will your application differ, I can not say. But mine worked perfectly.
Car audio fans, rejoice, I haven't forgotten you. Having read the negative reviews regarding engine noise in the radio, I tested for this SPECIFICALLY. Having installed and owned MANY high end car audio systems. I will start out by saying if you have engine noise in your radio, you have a bad ground somewhere. This is 99 times out of 100 the case. But that having been said, I can see where the high frequency switching solid state LED driver could potentially cause feedback if not properly filtered.
I set my radio to bluetooth input while playing no music so the input was silence but then turned up the volume as high as it would go so nothing but that slight "sssss" could be heard. I then drove at varying speeds, turning the now-LED driving lights on and off, listening for any noise. I can absolutely say that, in my application, I heard absolutely ZERO engine noise whatsoever in the radio.
I then did the same test with AM and FM radio stations. All local and in-tune radio stations were clear and without noise. HOWEVER, I DID notice that if I tuned to a station on the FRINGE of reception, I could actually get quite a bit of noise generated into the signal. I would attribute this to the PLL in the radio tuner ramping up the amplitude to pull in a weaker signal and becoming susceptible to the EMI as a result. Or it could have been frequency specific? I could only reproduce it in a few distant stations, and I'm no electrical engineer. But this was the ONLY time I could get any noise.
So, in skipping to the last page of the review article, you want the cliffnote version.
These are an EXCELLENT bang-for-the-buck choice for an LED driving light upgrade. You won't be blown away by the brightness, but you certainly won't be disappointed by it either. The color temp is great, the cost is great, installation was a breeze, and provided you don't live on the fringe of a radio station you can't live without, you'll absolutely love them.
The light is very bright and has a very clean bright white color just shy of being blue. The picture above shows the color difference between the low and high beams. I plan on getting a set for my fog lights if these last. I'm not even going to to attempt the high beams since I was never able to fully remove the headlight assembly. Didn't want to break something.