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      I'm new to the whole bias-lighting thing, because honestly I never saw the appeal. Dim colored light emanating from behind my TV while I watch? Why on earth would I want that?

      Because, turns out, it's super cool. I recently installed an LED light strip behind a newly wall-mounted TV, and now I'm a total convert. That dim colored light makes my basement look and feel a lot more like a home theater. It's also good for reducing eye strain when you watch TV (or play video games) with the lights off.

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      That strip includes a wired remote that controls power and LED color, though you can also pair it with your phone via Bluetooth and use Govee's app. The latter lets you choose from 16 million colors, adjust brightness, create scenes and so on.

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      These LEDs are ridiculously easy to install: They're literally peel-and-stick. You just have to be a little strategic about placement so the end of the strip is reasonably close to an AC outlet.

      Incidentally, I installed the 16.4-foot Wi-Fi strip on my TV. It works great and, as noted, I'm totally in love with bias lightning now. Not saying you'll feel the same, only that it's worth $10-$16 to find out.

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