Dimmer For LV Recessed Lights

I had two juno IC44N, 4 in., low-voltage recessed lights installed on a circuit with a lutron DIVA dimmer switch. They have 50MR16 bulbs. The weird thing is he temporarily installed them with a regular straight flip switch until he could get the right kind of dimmer the next day. Wired straight through, they seemed a lot brighter and whiter then they are now that the dimmers are in and turned to full brightness. I might just be imagining it, but before I take it loose and test it, has anyone ever seen this? It's like it is already partially dimmed. The lights have a magnetic transformer and the dimmer is made for that kind of light, I believe (says 600va max mag low voltage).
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It's not necessarily your imagination. Many dimmers, especially the cheap ones, don't actually turn full "on".
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POOp wrote:

Exactly the same as your frontal lobe.
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G Henslee wrote:

Perhaps it would help if you responded to the accuracy of his post.
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