Antec soundscience halo 6 LED bias lighting kit
Antec celebrates its quarter century of existence by introducing the soundscience halo 6 LED bias lighting kit, targeting the enthusiast DIY market for gaming nuts as well as PC upgrade fans. The name of this DIY kit is pretty much self-explanatory, but just in case you do not get what it is all about, we are here to help. The Antec soundscience halo 6 LED bias lighting kit will come across as an affordable option for folks who want to outfit PC monitors with professional-grade backlighting.
Just what is the whole point of such backlights? Well, the main idea would be to reduce eye fatigue while increasing image clarity whenever you indulge in long gaming sessions and similar periods of extended computer use. This is not a new idea at all, as it has been demonstrated by Philips and their Ambilight equipped TVs in the past, but for computer users, it is unchartered territory.
The bias lighting illumination technique will make a ring of white backlight appear behind PC monitors, hence reducing eyestrain that is caused by differences in picture brightness from scene changes in movies, TV shows and video games. Apart from that, the soundscience halo 6 LED bias lighting kit’s USB-powered LED strip that measures 14.6” in length can be attached to the back of the monitor, ensuring it complements any PC monitor as long as it does not venture beyond the 24” screen size.
Both the color and brightness of the LEDs are carefully calibrated, where it will go great lengths to help increase a monitor’s perceived contrast ratio, hence enhancing perceived black levels, vibrant colors and picture detail by enabling dark adapted viewing.
Antec will offer a 2-year limited warranty for their Antec soundscience halo 6 LED bias lighting kit, and at the relatively low, low price of $12.95 a pop, it might just turn more than a few heads when you have this installed on your home machine. Perhaps it is a good way of dropping a hint to your boss that you are being overworked, and your eyes doth protest looking into the computer screen for too long?