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Led question

PostedCOLON Fri Jan 04, 2013 9:02 pm
Recently I started modding my Xbox controllers by swapping LEDS. However, the blue, white, and violet LEDs were dim on the controllers. Btw I got the led from from And I noticed that the voltage needed for them to work was 3v.and now Wondering if the blue, white and purple led from phenoptix will work on my cg2 boards? With out being dimmed. :idea:

Re: Led question

PostedCOLON Sun Jan 06, 2013 11:30 am
by dec0y7
I've never used any LED's from anyone but phenoptix so I don't no much about the ones your using.

If you look at some of the xbox mods on here you will see that all LED are bright and really shine so that should speak for the quality of the LED's.

I can't recommend phenoptix enough

You will have to post some pics of your mods as we love pics here.

You could post pic of the pad before and after fitting the new LED'S

Re: Led question

PostedCOLON Tue Jan 08, 2013 1:14 am
by Almurray42
Other LEDs can often be low quality and dim out very quickly when the voltage decreases, Phenoptix LED's will work at slightly lower voltages aswell, it may help to change the type of batteries being used;

I can't remember which way around it is but If you are using Acid batteries try alkaline or vice versa... One type slowly drops voltage from its peak charge when bought; whereas the other type stays at the same voltage then suddenly dies out... The latter would be a better choice but I still would recommend using phenoptix leds .

Please correct me if I am mistaken!


Re: Led question

PostedCOLON Fri Jan 09, 2015 11:34 am
by namal
I was Hoping it'd be fine but at least its not 3 Red lights! Thats even harder to fix!
Its torture, especially knowing you can't finish the project until its been sanded! xD


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