You can’t describe a headlight without including a housing or place to put the lightbulb. This is where the types of headlights come into play. There are two types of headlights on the markets, and those are projectors and the other reflectors. Deciding on which kind of light is going to be determined mainly by your bulb, vehicle model, how much you’re willing to reach into your pocket, alongside some personal and more aesthetic reasons. We will get into what each headlight is, how each headlight type works, its advantages, disadvantages, and some recommendations.
The beam on a reflector headlight often will have weak spots or intense spots depending on your bulb and design. An effective way to upgrade in the case of a reflector headlight is to use an LED headlight bulb. Although directional and may require some play on your install, you’ll find that you can get a consistent light beam that covers the full spectrum of light, thus illuminating your driving experience. With LED headlight bulb prices dropping by the day, it’s no wonder people are rushing to upgrade to LED headlights using their factory reflector headlights.
There are some serious advantages to the newer projector headlight technology:
The disadvantages of projector headlights are minimal: