Sync LED Lights To TV And Elevate Your Viewing Experience

If you’re a movie buff or a gamer, you know that the right ambiance can make all the difference in your viewing experience. One way to elevate your home entertainment is by syncing LED lights to your TV. This enhances the mood, reduces eye strain, and makes the viewing experience more immersive.

But how do you sync LED lights to your TV? This article will guide you through the steps and show you how to take your home entertainment to the next level.

What You Need to Sync LED Lights to TV

Before you get started, you’ll need to gather a few supplies. Here’s a list of everything you’ll need:

  • LED Light Strips (with camera)

Important: You will need a specific kind of LED light strip equipped with a camera such as the Govee WiFi LED TV Backlights With Camera, DreamView T1 Smart RGBIC TV Light for 55-65in TV. This camera is mounted to the TV and captures the screen’s color scheme, which it then transmits to the LED strip. The LED strips then replicate this colour scheme to give the impression that the image goes beyond your TV screen.

  • Power Supply (and/or TV with USB Port

Top tip: Before buying a LED strip to synch with your TV, it’s essential to determine the length of strip you will need. For a 55 to a 65-inch TV, you can get away with using a 3.8m strip. For bigger screens over 65 inches, or if you want additional coverage around the sides and bottom of a larger screen, opt for a 5-meter strip.

How to Sync LED Lights to TV: Step-by-Step Guide

To synch LD lights to what’s going on on TV, we recommend the Govee WiFi LED TV Backlights With Camera, DreamView T1 Smart RGBIC TV Light for 55-65in TV. For other products, the process should be similar.

Govee WiFi LED TV Backlights with Camera, DreamView T1 Smart RGBIC TV Light for 55-65in TV, Alexa & Google Assistant Compatible, Viewing, Game

This LED strip uses a 1080p intelligent camera to automatically capture the colors on-screen and apply them to your TV backlights. Here’s how to install it:

  1. Set up the Camera
  2. The first step is to set up the camera. Attach it to the center top or bottom of your TV. This camera is only for color matching and cannot be used for projection or audio.
  3. Install the LED Strip
  4. The LED strip comprises four pieces and is 3.8m long, which can be installed on any 55-65″ screen. Attach the strip to the back of your TV using the provided adhesives and clips. Make sure to press the foam stickers lightly to avoid offset printing.
  5. Customize the Lighting
  6. With RGBIC technology, you can customize each strip light segment and display multiple colors simultaneously. With 99+ scene modes, 2 video modes, and Govee Envisual technology, your viewing experience will be colorized and your gaming fun will be sparked.
  7. Voice and App Control
  8. Manage your smart TV lights with simple voice commands via Alexa, Google Assistant, or the Govee Home app. You’ll have access to more colors and features like Video, DIY, and Music mode, helping you create your dream ambiance.
  9. Enhanced Music Mode
  10. The control box of the Dreamview TV lights strip is equipped with a built-in mic, helping you sync them to music. Choose from 4 modes (Energetic, Rhythm, Spectrum, Rolling) and jazz up your parties with vibrantly dancing colors.

Frequent Asked Questions

What is the Purpose of Syncing LED Lights to TV?

Syncing LED lights to your TV is a great way to enhance your viewing experience. Adding LED lights to the back of your TV creates a backlight that can change color and brightness in real-time based on the content displayed on your screen. This makes your viewing experience more immersive and enjoyable and reduces eye strain.

How Do I Choose the Right LED Light Strip for My TV?

When choosing an LED light strip for your TV, there are a few things to consider. First, ensure that the LED light strip is long enough to cover the length of your TV. You can measure the length of your TV and choose a strip that matches. Additionally, consider the adhesive backing of the strip to ensure that it will stick to the back of your TV. Look for LED light strips that come with remote control, making it easier to adjust the brightness and color of the lights. You can also consider LED light strips with additional features like music syncing or voice control.

Can I Sync LED Lights to Non-Smart TVs?

Yes, you can sync LED lights to non-smart TVs if they have a USB port. LED light strips typically come with a power supply that can be plugged into your TV’s USB port, providing power to the lights. If your TV does not have a USB port, you can use a USB power adapter to connect the LED light strips to an electrical outlet.

How Do I Avoid Glare and Reflection from LED Lights?

One potential issue with syncing LED lights to your TV is that they can cause glare and reflection on the screen, distracting and reducing picture quality. To avoid this, make sure that the LED light strips are attached to the back of your TV in a way that does not cause direct light to hit the screen. Additionally, consider adjusting the brightness of the LED lights to reduce any unwanted glare or reflection. You can also experiment with different colors to find the ones that work best for your viewing environment.

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About S. Santos

๐Ÿ‘‹ I'm a technology columnist and blogger with over 10 years of experience, currently serving as Blue Cine Tech's AV Editor. Specialising in gadgets, home entertainment, and personal technology, my work has been featured in top technology blogs. I'm dedicated to breaking down the complexities of the latest tech trends, from explaining the intricacies of Dolby Vision to optimising your streaming experience. This blog serves as a platform for my ongoing exploration of the ever-evolving tech landscape. If you see me at industry events like CES or IFA, feel free to say hello.

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