Luminoodle USB-Powered LED Bias Lighting

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Luminoodle USB-Powered LED Bias Lighting
Price: $10.99 - 15.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard (Free with Prime)
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Why would i want to light up the back of my screen? Serious question.

Bought one of these last time they were on sale. Nice, bright LEDs. Unfortunately, it turns out the USB plug on my TV is powered whether the TV is on or off.

Hard to believe I’ve survived without this.

Reduces eye strain and improves the look of black bits of the screen.

aha!! Thank you!

that’s what I was wondering. how do you turn it off and on? That would drive me crazy!

From the PowerPractical website (Illuminoodle makers)
The TV backlight powers on and off with your TV’s USB port, so if the port is supplying power, any USB device plugged into the port will stay powered. Every TV is different, but you have a few options for solving this. The first is to turn off any standby or sleep modes. If that doesn’t work, some users have found pressing the power button on the remote twice will fix the issue. If neither of these things work, you may use an in-line USB on/off switch to manually turn the light on and off.