Apr 21, 17 Thomas Jensen 5 Images Parts 9
Bias lighting is, simply put, to light up the wall behind a monitor or TV. This creates a glow around the screen and, supposedly, creates a more comfortable and high contrast viewing experience. I made my bias lighting simply by sticking a LED-strip behind the TV.
The ideal color temperature for this light is approximately 6500K. But I found that to be a bit too “cold”, since I use it as a decoration light as well as a bias light. So I went with something a bit warmer, natural white as it was called, with a temperature of 4200K.
It really does make watching TV more enjoyable, and now it feels really weird to watch TV without it… You’ll find the LED-strip I used in the parts list below. The LED-strip is really bright, so I run mine with a 9 volts AC adapter.
You can read more about bias lighting here: What bias lighting is and why you should be using it
|1 ea||AC adapter, 9 V=, 1 A, 2.1mm jack, SMPS||
|0.4 m||LED strip, SMD5630, Neutral white, 12V, 4200k, 30lm/LED||
|1 ea||Power jack, w/wire, female, 2.1mm x 5.5mm||
|1.5 m||Wire, stranded, 2-cores, PVC, 0.33mm2 (22 AWG), Red/Black||
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