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Power Practical Inc via Amazon offers the Power Practical Luminoodle TV USB Powered LED Light Strip Kit [amazon.com] with prices starting from $7.49 via coupon code "KHAD3FO9". Plus, Prime members bag free shipping. Deal ends December 22. The sizes, with prices after coupon:
39" TV USB Powered LED Light Strip Kit [amazon.com] (pictured) for $7.49
78" TV USB Powered LED Light Strip Kit [amazon.com] for $11.24
118" TV USB Powered LED Light Strip Kit [amazon.com] for $14.99

Product Info (provided by Amazon):
REDUCE EYE STRAIN: Increasing the ambient light in a room prevents our eyes from straining to adjust between a bright screen and dark room, preventing headaches and eye dryness.
IMPROVE CONTRAST: In a dark viewing area, eyes perceive black as shades of gray and colors look more washed out. The Luminoodle brightens the room without a screen glare, improving color and contrast.
BEAUTIFUL GLOW: The Luminoodle's high quality, true white LEDs can turn any TV room into a beatuiful home theater area, adding a comforting glow to the room.
INCLUDES: 118 inch (3m) LED light strip (6500 Kelvin) with 3M adhesive that plugs into your TV's USB port. *Input: 5W (5V, 1A). Please check USB output prior to use.
1 YEAR WARRANTY: Power Practical offers a one year warranty on all products with friendly, easy to access customer support.
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Why on Earth would you want light reflecting off the back of your TV?
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Why on Earth would you want light reflecting off the back of your TV?
You have no idea what you are talking about, sir. Google bias lighting and educate yourself.
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These are the wrong temperature lighting. You want something that mimics daylight, in the 6500K range. Again, you get what you pay for.
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You have no idea what you are talking about, sir. Google bias lighting and educate yourself.
OK. Now I have an idea of what I'm talking about. Thanks. Pass...
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Bias lighting? Must be the new junk science. No amount of special lighting can save your eyes if you watch long hours of television daily. The human eyes are not designed for the purpose of staring at the same depth for hours. Want your eyes to remain healthy, take breaks, walk around, go outside and enjoy the view so your lens can contract and expand as in giving the lens exercise. If anything, these lights are for aesthetic atmosphere.
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Bias lighting? Must be the new junk science. No amount of special lighting can save your eyes if you watch long hours of television daily. The human eyes are not designed for the purpose of staring at the same depth for hours. Want your eyes to remain healthy, take breaks, walk around, go outside and enjoy the view so your lens can contract and expand as in giving the lens exercise. If anything, these lights are for aesthetic atmosphere.
While I agree with breaks from staring a fixed distance objects, my personal benefit is more than aesthetics. I have a tiny CFL light behind my large monitor and it certainly helps offset the bright monitor in a dark room syndrome.

Think of a police flashlight pointed in your eyes at night.

Now think of the same light pointed at you in the daytime.

One is blinding, one is just another 'source' of light.
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