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Community Question of the Week: Gradient Lightstrip on 86-inch TVs When it can be a little longer

When it can be a little longer

It’s time again for the Community Question of the Week – and today we would like to answer a question from Lars. As always, you are welcome to send me your questions by e-mail or leave a comment under an article. And here is Lars’ question: I have fulfilled a dream and bought an 86 inch TV.

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Community Question of the Week: Ambilight TV as a backlight How smart are the TVs really?

How smart are the TVs really?

Unfortunately, last week’s Community Question had to be cancelled – I had a little rest in the Netherlands. This week, however, it continues again – and this time I would like to clarify a question from Sandra that reached me by email a few days ago: As far as I know, the Philips Hue Play Gradient Light Strip can also be controlled as a separate light via the Hue App when the TV is off (not as a colour gradient, but at least as a single-colour lamp).

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A really tiresome topic: Ambilight and Philips Hue No more recommendation from me

No more recommendation from me

I wouldn’t want to live without my Philips TV with built-in Ambilight. And Philips Hue is also high on my list of favourites, of course. But to make a common cause with these two “Philips” products is by now anything but recommendable. On no other topic have I received so many letters, comments and questions in the last week.

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Ambilight+Hue: Philips television does not find new Hue lamps Problem occurs due to TV restrictions

Problem occurs due to TV restrictions

Philips televisions with built-in Ambilight are a great thing. I’ve been using one myself for years but in the end a good offer for an LG TV came through. If you have an Ambilight TV in use you should definitely keep in mind the issues surrounding the interaction between Ambilight and Hue described in this article.

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Show your Hue: This is how the LightStrip is perfectly mounted behind your TV You can do a lot with the Philips Hue LightStrip. Hueblog reader Beat mounted the light strip behind his Samsung TV.

You can do a lot with the Philips Hue LightStrip. Hueblog reader Beat mounted the light strip behind his Samsung TV.

Even if this is not a real replacement for Ambilight, this idea should be more than interesting for many users. After all, a television, possibly still mounted directly on the wall with a bracket, is perfect for indirect wall lighting. And what could be more suitable than a Philips Hue LightStrip Plus?

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