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Bias lighting

bmwuk

Well-Known Member
#1
Just received some LED light strips to try to setup bias lighting. Any recommendations on space from edge? I was told 2 to 3 inches from edges
 

Flint

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Superstar
#2
Enough distance that you cannot make out the individual LEDs in the reflected light on the wall. The wall should just blow without and shadows or bright points.
 

bmwuk

Well-Known Member
#3
I used masking tape to temporarily hang up the lights. I note the side lighting is okay but not as nice as the top and bottom. I still think I like it though
 

bmwuk

Well-Known Member
#5
Finally permanently put up the lights. Picture doesn't do it justice but it is brilliant. I can adjust on 20% increments with the IR remote. Or tweak even closer.

100% probably too bright for movies. I liked it 60% or even less. Higher brightness probably best for sports and casual watching.

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