JW Speaker 6130 LED Headlights, a Strange Design With Awesome Output

The JW Speaker model #6130 4.5″ round LED headlight is a unique option for your customized vehicle. The Light output of this JW Speaker 6130 holds up the JW Speaker brand once again. The output is perfect. Is this LED headlight right for you?

JW Speaker 6130 high and low beam with driver.

JW Speaker 6130 high and low beam with driver.

The JW Speaker 6130 has great light output, great quality, and is built in the USA but it’s not perfect. These units have internal fans that have visible white stickers, and they don’t fit too many applications. You’ll really have to know what you’re doing in terms of installation and fabrication to make them work, but if you can get them to fit some application you won’t be sorry! These  4.5″ LED headlights are 32 watts each making them a total of 128 watts total (2 low beam and 2 high beam). Because of the small and compact high powered headlights, a pair of low and high beams need a driver to give them power. Normally the driver is located inside the headlights, but there’s just no space for it on this model. The size and output is also the cause for the cooling fans.  These headlights are a great and unique choice for your custom build but there aren’t many vehicles that these headlights can be dropped in to and turned on.  Many people have said the design of the high beam represents a spider eye and it’s hard to disagree with that thought. I think this is an awesome light because of how unique and cool it is but it’s also completely functional, so if you can make it work you shouldn’t pass up the opportunity!

If you want to learn more about these JW Speaker 6130’s watch this in depth review by Headlight Revolution. They show you the real world light output and dissect the lights in every detail:

Vision X Torture Test Holds More Weight

The video shows the led light crushed by the mining truck.

The video shows the led light crushed by the mining truck.

The Vision X guys brought their LED light bars out to an industrial mining location to see if they can hold up against TONS of weight. They threw the light bar into the mining truck to drop it from 3 stories up and in one fluid take they prove that the Vision X products will withstand the impacts of gravity caused by the gigantic mining truck. Then they put the a light bar under the tracks of one of the biggest vehicles imaginable to show how it would hold up against the weight and pressure of such a machine!

As you can see the light bar is very durable and can hold up against just about any conditions imaginable. You can see what Vision X products will fit your needs at Headlight Revolution. HR is all about the newest and brightest lighting available and they sell a large variety of brands including Vision X.

The world’s BRIGHTEST Toyota Tundra!

Have you seen this truck? Well if you’re a fan of lighting and a fan of trucks, then you owe it to yourself to check out the 99,000 Lumen Toyota Tundra from Headlight Revolution!

99000 Lumens

This tricked out truck puts out 99,000 Lumens of light when everything is turned on!

Between the GTR Lighting HID Kits in the headlights and the Vision X and JW Speaker LED offroad lights, this thing will quite literally turn night into day! Check out the full specifications of this truck here. This truck uses a 35w HID low beam, a 55w HID high beam, LED fog lights from JW Speaker and 3 high power Vision X LED offroad light bars to create an absolutely insane amount of light! If you ever wanted to know what OVERKILL looks like, this is it – but hey if you’re trying to show off how awesome LED and HID lighting upgrades are, why not go all out – right? Check out the video below showing off this truck in it’s entirety – including the lights; and visit www.HeadlightRevolution.com for more details on this awesome 2010 Tundra!

Are LED Headlights Legal?

Many consumers are concerned with whether or not the headlights they are interested in will pass an inspection or be considered “DOT Approved”. It’s a safe bet that if your headlights are rated as “DOT approved” then yes they are legal to use. Many headlight products seem like they are just as good as others because of a certain Lumen rating or quality control, but a true head light should have two main characteristics:

1. Have a separate low beam and high beam (or only one beam)

2. Have some kind of focus of the beam pattern so it doesn’t blind other drivers

JW Speaker 8900

LED Projector Headlights from JW Speaker are among the best in the world!

If the LED headlights you are looking at do not advertise that they are certified or approved by the DOT then chances are they are not truly legal to use on the road. Another good indicator on whether or not the headlights you’re looking to buy are good quality is if they say “SAE Certified”:
SAE is an international professional organization of engineers and related technical experts in the aerospace, automotive and commercial-vehicle industries dedicated to continuing education and standards development. It exists to advance the interests of the mobility and related industries through development of performance standards and administration of quality assurance, accreditation, and certification programs as well as related activities for the benefit of industry, government, and the general public.

If a product is listed as “SAE Certified” it means that it was sent to the SAE for testing and certification and the stamp basically means “This is a really high quality product!”. If a product is listed as “DOT Approved” or “DOT Certified” it just means that the manufacturers built it to spec and regulation to meet certain standards. Nothing needs to be submitted to the DOT to achieve this certification, it’s actually up to the manufacturer to determine whether or not their product meets the requirements.

Right now there are only a handful of companies that are producing LED headlights, such as JW Speaker, Truck-Lite, Pilot Automotive, GTR Lighting, United Pacific, Oracle and maybe a couple others. That’s just what I can think of off the top of my head. So, do your own research and look at what the manufacturer’s say about their own products. If they say it’s SAE Approved and DOT Certified, then take their word for it!