Why would you want to change it to another color?
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Turns out it would considerably more difficult than a simple straight swap.
For the most part from what I can gather those green lights run on 1.7v (some a little more some a little less). The blue ones however run on 3v (again with some small variations).
This would mean that I would need to also mess with the resistors that are currently in place for the LED. And depending on how that is implemented (from the pictures i can find online) it seems like its done on a small pcb) it may be beyond my desire to mess with.
At some point I might open the amp up to change the bias for KT-150s when i do that i'll also check the LED implementation and make a decision then.
For now, green stays :)
These are cool and useful: http://www.lightdims.com/
They come in blackout or dim. black or silver look to match whatever... I am looking at them on this giant obnoxious Xfinity motem on my desk. MUCH better now!
And better than electrical tape if you are OCD...which there are signs of ;) j/k. I actually get it. We form these systems for our ears. It becomes a multi faceted hobby and we want to form our systems for our eyes, too...