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guys, I am an amature at best when it comes to electronics so please be patient. My question is this.. can I achieve full-spectrum colors using any micro surface mount rgbs that is connected to an arduino board... I have this great idea for this project so please help, anything will be greatly appreciated.
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can I achieve full-spectrum colors

Do you mean visually? You can never get a full spectrum by additive light but you certainly can come close to it. Depends on what you are trying to do.
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thankns for your post and yes i mean visually and i want it to be as close as to full color spectrum as possible. In all i want to to have all the features of the BlinkM smart led only with surface Mount Leds.. if you can guide me in the right direction i would greatly appreciate it... I just got my arduino duemilanuve starter kit and now im lost
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I'd suggest getting blinkm. You can get smt LEDs but your going to need some way to "break out" the LEDs to connect to the arduino pins.
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