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Light Strip with remote for TV Back Light @ 13.99 with Prime Sold by AlierKin Uk and Fulfilled by Amazon

£13.99 @ Amazon
Nice looking back light for TV or other things. I recently purchased this and this really makes the TV look super cool. They have dropped the price on this one and looks reasonable now. This comes… Read More
harinmenon Avatar
banned8m, 4w agoFound 8 months, 4 weeks ago
Nice looking back light for TV or other things. I recently purchased this and this really makes the TV look super cool. They have dropped the price on this one and looks reasonable now.

This comes as 4 x 50cm Strips with remote.

Usual details :

Minger Bias USB LED Strip Lighting, Achieve Optimal Viewing Experience
Our USB LED light strip kits are the perfect kits for anyone to get started with LED strip lighting. These simple kits include an LED light, an RGB controller to make installation as simple as possible.The kit can be installed inside or outside depending on the version you choose, and is great for accent lighting,patio lighting,auto lighting and more.

Product Components
4 x 1 Foot Minger RGB Color Changing SMD 5050 USB LED Light Strip
3 x Wire Mounting Clips
7 x Pin Connectors
1 x RGB Controller

Installation Instructions
1.Clean the surface you intend to stick the light strip
2.Peel off the backing strip off the 3m adhesive tape
3.Press and hold the light strip firmly against the surface
4.Connect the the Pin and Wire mounting clips one by one.

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banned8m, 4w agoFound 8 months, 4 weeks ago
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#1
Like the USB. May replace my ikea ones with these.
5 Likes #2
harinmenon
4 x 1 Foot Minger
#3
I have a 48" TV wall mounted, would I be better off with 4x50cm lights, mounted centrally along each edge.... or get the 2x1m, 2x50cm kit for 3 quid more, which would fit pretty much all the way around?
#4
there are kits that you can trim to your required length
22 Likes #5
I'm not sure I want the word Minger projected onto my wall. I mean I know I'm no oil painting, but I don't need my TV telling me!

https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61melSmj2oL._SL1000_.jpg


Edited By: BigOrkWaaagh on Oct 25, 2016 10:03
#6
scrimpersdelight
I have a 48" TV wall mounted, would I be better off with 4x50cm lights, mounted centrally along each edge.... or get the 2x1m, 2x50cm kit for 3 quid more, which would fit pretty much all the way around?
Neither, just get one of these and save yourself a few quid
Led Light Strip SMD5050 60LED/M 2M Waterproof Adhesive Flexible LED Ribbon Light Strip for Home Kitchen Room Garden Decoration (white 200cm) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01FH1265I/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_wJYdyb0H6DY6R

Edited By: rporteo on Oct 25, 2016 10:42
#7
rporteo
scrimpersdelight
I have a 48" TV wall mounted, would I be better off with 4x50cm lights, mounted centrally along each edge.... or get the 2x1m, 2x50cm kit for 3 quid more, which would fit pretty much all the way around?
Neither, just get one of these and save yourself a few quid
Led Light Strip SMD5050 60LED/M 2M Waterproof Adhesive Flexible LED Ribbon Light Strip for Home Kitchen Room Garden Decoration (white 200cm) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01FH1265I/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_wJYdyb0H6DY6R

But they are white ......
#8
rporteo
scrimpersdelight
I have a 48" TV wall mounted, would I be better off with 4x50cm lights, mounted centrally along each edge.... or get the 2x1m, 2x50cm kit for 3 quid more, which would fit pretty much all the way around?
Neither, just get one of these and save yourself a few quid
Led Light Strip SMD5050 60LED/M 2M Waterproof Adhesive Flexible LED Ribbon Light Strip for Home Kitchen Room Garden Decoration (white 200cm) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01FH1265I/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_wJYdyb0H6DY6R
They are just white.. the op is rgb !
#9
Just a little heads up, I have this and because it is IR and not RF, my tv remote and amp remote causes interference.. I would probably hold out for an RF led unit..
1 Like #10
poor man's Philips ambilight - I love my Philips and like the old style throw of light into the room that it gives, just don't get it with the flat screens generally so heat from me..
#11
RoosterNo1
rporteo
scrimpersdelight
I have a 48" TV wall mounted, would I be better off with 4x50cm lights, mounted centrally along each edge.... or get the 2x1m, 2x50cm kit for 3 quid more, which would fit pretty much all the way around?
Neither, just get one of these and save yourself a few quid
Led Light Strip SMD5050 60LED/M 2M Waterproof Adhesive Flexible LED Ribbon Light Strip for Home Kitchen Room Garden Decoration (white 200cm) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01FH1265I/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_wJYdyb0H6DY6R
They are just white.. the op is rgb !
White is much better than having a disco going on behind your telly!
2 Likes #12
rporteo
RoosterNo1
rporteo
scrimpersdelight
I have a 48" TV wall mounted, would I be better off with 4x50cm lights, mounted centrally along each edge.... or get the 2x1m, 2x50cm kit for 3 quid more, which would fit pretty much all the way around?
Neither, just get one of these and save yourself a few quid
Led Light Strip SMD5050 60LED/M 2M Waterproof Adhesive Flexible LED Ribbon Light Strip for Home Kitchen Room Garden Decoration (white 200cm) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01FH1265I/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_wJYdyb0H6DY6R
They are just white.. the op is rgb !
White is much better than having a disco going on behind your telly!

Nope - blue is what you need.
2 Likes #13
I've got some cheapo usb powered led lights behind my tv. Cost a couple of quid off the usual chinese websites. They're off white and I don't feel the need to change colour.

Not knocking this deal, it's good if it's what you want/need.

dvdvicar

Nope - blue is what you need.

Is that based on any kind of science, or is it your personal preference?
2 Likes #14
7percent
I've got some cheapo usb powered led lights behind my tv. Cost a couple of quid off the usual chinese websites. They're off white and I don't feel the need to change colour.
Not knocking this deal, it's good if it's what you want/need.
dvdvicar

Nope - blue is what you need.
Is that based on any kind of science, or is it your personal preference?

When I looked at buying some bias lighting, the "science" suggested using a light that has a colour temperature of 6500k. Its supposed to reduce eye strain and increases your perception of contrast. Multi-coloured lights were actually advised against (headaches and washed out images?)

It could all be marketing BS....but I went for a 6500k light because I like white and didn't want the disco effect :D
#15
RoosterNo1
rporteo
scrimpersdelight
I have a 48" TV wall mounted, would I be better off with 4x50cm lights, mounted centrally along each edge.... or get the 2x1m, 2x50cm kit for 3 quid more, which would fit pretty much all the way around?
Neither, just get one of these and save yourself a few quid
Led Light Strip SMD5050 60LED/M 2M Waterproof Adhesive Flexible LED Ribbon Light Strip for Home Kitchen Room Garden Decoration (white 200cm) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01FH1265I/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_wJYdyb0H6DY6R
They are just white.. the op is rgb !


There us the RGB option on the drop down menu ;)
1 Like #16
I have 2 sets of similar led strip lights and just be aware that the adhesiveness of the strip can fail over time due to the heat from your TV. My first set on my Sharp 40" started to fall away after a couple of months, so I used a glue gun to hold them in place. The 2nd set I bought I doubled up on adhesive tape with a roll of 3m and they have been fine.
Both sets came with the 3m backed tape.
Good deal though, as the lights do look nice. I just have a nice slow fade through the colours.
2 Likes #17
With bias lights to idea is to improve perceived levels of contrast on the screen.

To do that most effectively you need lights at 6500k.

Fwiw I have a 5050 led rgb strip around the floating wall. I've simply set my harmony to have two modes, watching TV or listening to music during the day it will set to a nice bright teal coloured light to match the decor, in the evening it's set to a slighter lower brightness pure white so it works effectively as a bias lighting system.

Here's how bias lighting works:

http://www.howtogeek.com/213464/how-to-decrease-eye-fatigue-while-watching-tv-and-gaming-with-bias-lighting/
#18
Would these work behind the headboard of a bed to give a bit of a glow? I think it would look good but not sure if these would be approriate?
#19
What length of usb LED light strips do I need to use behind my 50 inch TV to get a not too invasive glow?
1 Like #20
You can probably use these to do a DIY Ambilight (where the colours respond to those on-screen) using these, and a Raspberry Pi.
#21
I guess you plug these into your tv's usb port or a usb wall charger?
#22
marc81
Would these work behind the headboard of a bed to give a bit of a glow? I think it would look good but not sure if these would be approriate?


Imo you'd be better off with a 5m tape strip, either 5050 or 3258 led. You can cut the tape to length every couple of inches so can pretty much get them to exactly the length you need.

I'm making a couple of backlight nightlights for my kids rooms using the battery powered versions by mounting mirror stickers or a poster to a board then mounting it a cm or so off the wall with the battery pack & led tape behind. With it being battery powered there's no trailing wires so hopefully should look pretty decent & unique.
#23
7percent
I've got some cheapo usb powered led lights behind my tv. Cost a couple of quid off the usual chinese websites. They're off white and I don't feel the need to change colour.
Not knocking this deal, it's good if it's what you want/need.
Same here
#24
great!! cheers!!

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