Littlite, the recording studio and pro sound standard. A small high intensity bulb on the end of an adjustable gooseneck, with a knob for adjusting the amount of illumination. Three different means of attaching the light's base onto any surface, including magnetic, clamp, and screw-in.
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This is what I got for my turntables. It clamps to my Symposium platform, it's bendable, easy to operate, and not too bright. I don't know if it's "just right", but...
what if you could have the perfect light that sat on the floor behind your rack? and you could adjust it perfectly. it would never get knocked off or need to be in the way from any angle. i own 4 of these and you can see them in my system pictures. not cheap, but awesome. LED, lasts 30,000 hours and the brightness is easily adjustable, choose warm or cool light.
Dan; you would be most welcome to drive down to North Bend anytime and see them in action.
Thanks, all you guys for your responses, some of which were entertaining.
Mike, Your recommendation is great, but I'm too much of a cheapskate to spend that much. I do thank you for the invitation to come down, though. I know our systems have evolved tremendously since I first came to visit your beautiful and amazing home and system.
My modest system is doing incredibly well, as I know yours is also. Yours, I would assume, much more so.
Thanks again to all of you, regards,
I use this:
Clips to shelf, USB rechargeable battery (so no hum on your system), flexible neck so you can put light where you want it, and dimmable.