Led Floodlight “too Warm”?

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Hi guys, so after reading around the internet for a bit I decided to try floodlight for my new 10gallon aquarium. I went with a cheap 15 watt. . The Kelvin scale is supposedly 5500k-6500k but it’s looking a lot warmer than I expected. Unlike the other flood lights people are using over their aquarium. Is it still usable?
 

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It should still be fine for low light plants. How long have you had it? Amazon customer service is great, so if you're unhappy with it, I would exchange it.
 
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TexasDomer said:
It should still be fine for low light plants. How long have you had it? Amazon customer service is great, so if you're unhappy with it, I would exchange it.
Lol it’s turns out the light was the right color spectrum. It looked brown Bc of the tannins the spiderwood was releasing. I didn’t realize the pieces were releasing tannins until I saw it under the light.
 
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