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Did it make a difference? How was it better? What did you use? I'm looking at this:


Slightly more expensive than competitors, but measurably better in every way. Please note: The brand new MediaLight Flex will cover 4 sides on TVs up to 55" and it will cover 3 sides on TVs up to 85" (top, left and right).  If...

Bias lighting can help reduce the eye strain caused by long exposures to TV screens and monitors in dark rooms, but it can also help make the grays and blacks on your screen seem richer.

Bias lighting is placed behind a TV to increase the ambient light around the screen without shining more light in the viewer’s eyes. This type of light helps reduce eye strain and fatigue by keeping our eyes from constantly trying to adjust to the bright light levels of the screen in contrast to the dark light levels of the room. 


Bias lighting can help reduce the eye strain caused by long exposures to TV screens and monitors in dark rooms, but it can also help make the grays and blacks on your screen seem richer.


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