This $15 device extends your viewing experience beyond the edges of your TV screen
We don’t care if you have a $300 budget TV or a top-of-the-line $5,000 OLED television. The bottom line is your viewing experience isn’t as good as it can be. The Vansky LED Strip Backlight for HDTVs adheres to the back of your TV and plugs into the USB port for power. It automatically turns on when you power up your TV, and it casts a gorgeous glow onto the wall behind and on the sides of your TV. You can change the color and brightness from the included wireless remote, and you’ll be shocked at how much more you enjoy watching TV with this simple device working its magic.
Here are some highlights from the product page:
- 16 Color selection -- RGB lights: white, red, green, blue, yellow, pink, purple, among others customize your works pace with 27 vibrant LEDs to set the mood and illuminate your hardware.
- Alleviates eye-strain -- Adds a subtle LED strip lihgt backlight to your monitor, reducing the eyestrain caused by differences in picture brightness from scene to scene in movies, shows and games.
- Optimal viewing experience -- The color and highlighting brightness of the 60 LEDs are carefully calibrated, making blacks blacker and colors more vibrant.
- Easy installation -- Fits Any TV Size Up to 60’’,LED strip light is 80 inch can be cut with scissors on the cut marks (white lines) to fit the desired size of your TV. usb cable is 16 inch.Use the 3m adhesive.
- Quality Assurance -- High-brightness 60 LEDs last up to 100,000 LED lighting hours. What you get- Vansky LED strip light bias lighting for TV with Wireless Remote Control, spare 3m adhesive tap, together with 45 days money back, One year guarantee and friendly, Easy-to-reach support.
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