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Govee LED Strip Lights & Light Bars with Camera, Smart Wi-Fi RGBIC DreamView T1 Pro LED Lights for TV (55-65 inches), Video & Music Sync TV Backlight for Gaming & Movies, - $99

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On sale for $99. Ccc says lowest $95. I was looking on eBay bidding on them for around $60 + shipping so $80.

Govee Envisual Experience: This kit combines the LED TV backlights of our basic DreamView system with 2 smart light bars for even fuller reactive atmosphere lighting that takes any home theater or gaming setup to the next level.
Intelligent Color-match Technology: With the 1080p Colorsense Camera, LED backlights, and 2 LED RGB light bars, our color changing smart atmosphere lights react with all your entertainment content in real time.
Combined Video & Audio Syncing: This smart TV lighting system not only moves and changes brightness in sync with the visuals onscreen but it also syncs with the sounds from your favorite movies or video games, for DreamView that truly goes beyond.
Energizing Multi-Color RGBIC Effects: Govee DreamView contains embedded independent control (IC) chips, which allow groups of LEDs to be individually controlled, allowing for a multiple colors to be simultaneously projected onto the walls behind.
Smart Voice and App Control: Compatible with Alexa & Google Assistant for hands-free voice control of colors, modes, and effects. Experience in-depth Govee Home App smart features including DIY color & effects customization, light scheduling, and music modes.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09B7PY111
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I'm amazed that these "ambilight" products that use a camera to gauge what colors are on your screen ever caught on. I guess it's easier and (more importantly) cheaper for these to exist rather than a product that acts as a HDMI switch and processes the source from there. All we have as a real alternative is the inadequate and exorbitantly expensive ecosystem of the Hue Play HDMI Sync Box.
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I'm amazed that these "ambilight" products that use a camera to gauge what colors are on your screen ever caught on. I guess it's easier and (more importantly) cheaper for these to exist rather than a product that acts as a HDMI switch and processes the source from there. All we have as a real alternative is the inadequate and exorbitantly expensive ecosystem of the Hue Play HDMI Sync Box.
From my friends house these were cool. I've been eying them. I've never looked at how expensive the hdmi ones are. I like that this is basically plug and play.
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I'm amazed that these "ambilight" products that use a camera to gauge what colors are on your screen ever caught on. I guess it's easier and (more importantly) cheaper for these to exist rather than a product that acts as a HDMI switch and processes the source from there. All we have as a real alternative is the inadequate and exorbitantly expensive ecosystem of the Hue Play HDMI Sync Box.
You sort of forget the camera is there after awhile. We have had ours set up for a month now and don't really notice it. The effect is very enjoyable and worth the camera hovering.
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You sort of forget the camera is there after awhile. We have had ours set up for a month now and don't really notice it. The effect is very enjoyable and worth the camera hovering.
I'm going to do mine lower and try to hide it behind a plant or soundbar
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I'm amazed that these "ambilight" products that use a camera to gauge what colors are on your screen ever caught on. I guess it's easier and (more importantly) cheaper for these to exist rather than a product that acts as a HDMI switch and processes the source from there. All we have as a real alternative is the inadequate and exorbitantly expensive ecosystem of the Hue Play HDMI Sync Box.
Once you get the setup and the settings just right, this thing actually works very good. Yes, it may not be the sync box and it doesn't match every color perfectly.... But for the price they work great. Ours has been on 24/7 for almost 3 years and not 1led has burned out. You also forget the camera is there.
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Quote from TeeJayRex :
I'm amazed that these "ambilight" products that use a camera to gauge what colors are on your screen ever caught on. I guess it's easier and (more importantly) cheaper for these to exist rather than a product that acts as a HDMI switch and processes the source from there. All we have as a real alternative is the inadequate and exorbitantly expensive ecosystem of the Hue Play HDMI Sync Box.
I think the main issue is that with the HDMI config, you can't use any of the built in tv apps. I use pretty much all my viewing from TV apps (Netflix, TV streaming, Disney+, etc. So those HDMI versions were a no go for me
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