I have RGB LED strip that is used as a source of warm white light.
I've noticed that this lighting makes colors of objects more saturated (it's hard to explain, but generally speaking all sorts of things just look much nicer).
When I'm using regular white LED (non RGB) light source of the same color temperature effect is not present.
It looks to me that it is caused by non-even spectrum of the light emitted - even though it perceived the same as regular white LED by human eye -- reflected light reveals distinct components clearly.
Any references/details for this effect? (is it even real?)