50cm Auraglow TV Backlight LED Strips £5.99 Delivered at Groupon
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50cm Auraglow TV Backlight LED Strips £5.99 Delivered at Groupon

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Compatible with TVs and desktop computers, this remote control strip light can take viewing experience to the next level




  • Features 20 colours and modes including fade and strobe
  • Five levels of brightness
  • Five different speed settings
  • Comes complete with 3m adhesive tape already attached
  • Powered via USB
  • The light will turn on/off when the TV is turned on/off
  • The memory function ensures the last setting is remembered when the TV is turned back on
  • Compatible with TVs and desktop computers
  • Changeable light intensity
  • Energy rating A++






Get 1 50cm tv LED strip for £4 or get 2 of them (50cm) for £8


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Get 1 100cm tv LED strip for £5.50 or get 2 of them (100cm) for £11.50





Delivery is £1.99 Allow 7 working days (Monday to Friday).







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How does it sync with the TV?
humadoon9 m ago

How does it sync with the TV?


It doesn't.
My guess is that it doesn't, I think it's most likely just powered by the tv/monitors's USB port with a static colour.
Never see the point of these, except perhaps as cheap decorations, but surely the whole point of having these behind the TV is that it complements what is on screen, which it can't possibly do unless you just watch a static block of a single colour on your TV all the time

Think backlighting done proper like the Philips Ambilight can add to the experience but if it's never going to match what's on screen what is the point....
lazyfatboy22 m ago

It doesn't.


So it'll be showing just random colours at the back than.
i got a normal led strip that has a remote for £7.99 3 years ago, 7 colours. it comes on when tv on and off when tv off as uses the usb power.
ST312325 m ago

Never see the point of these, except perhaps as cheap decorations, but …Never see the point of these, except perhaps as cheap decorations, but surely the whole point of having these behind the TV is that it complements what is on screen, which it can't possibly do unless you just watch a static block of a single colour on your TV all the time Think backlighting done proper like the Philips Ambilight can add to the experience but if it's never going to match what's on screen what is the point....


I was randomly reading about these awhile back. If you set them to daylight white and they are the only source of light in the room other than the TV they can help the picture look better overall. Allegedly stops your eyes needing to adjust between light and dark scenes as much as you've got that constant ambient glow.

This may all be nonsense and even if it isn't I suspect the effect is fairly minimal.
Use magic home app with a WiFi LED Controller dimmer For RGB


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humadoon1 h, 19 m ago

How does it sync with the TV?


See my post above
Can get 10M SMD 3528 Waterproof RGB 600 LED Strip for £9 from BangGood
This is only one strip, so will look c**p. Even the 4 strip ones won’t look that good unless they reach to the edge of the tv, you are better off creating your own from a long strip.
Also they look rubbish on tvs that have the glass edging, like Samsung, because the light is magnified through the glass.
Apart from that, a good fitting 4 part led strip really enhances the picture at night.
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