Theres a few reviews/opinions been posted over in the "HUE SYNC BOX" thread on here.
Its really simple to setup (if you have experience of hue lights etc) to the app and the physical installtion to the rear of the tv was straight forward even on my curved samsung.
A few people have mentioned its not quite as bright as the hue play bar lights but thats only noticeable on full brightness.
Ive come from having 3 play bars on a 55 inch tv 1 top and 1 either side so the first thing i notice was the "flow" of light emitted around the tv.
I'm looking at getting one but only have a 43 inch TV and no room for a bigger one. Is there any way this would work on a smaller TV and still have the colours in sync with the display?
Did you happen to get any pics of your install?
I’ve got the 65inch Gradient and Sync Box all ready to go (trying to hold out for Christmas Day for install!) and also have a 65” curved LG OLED.
Thanks Mike, that is what i suspected. Hopefully Philips will make a smaller one in the future... not holding my breath though.I'm guessing that the sides and top of the gradient lightstrip have to line up so that the colours are displayed in roughly the right place. You might get away with (for example) using a 55" gradient strip on a 50" TV simply by mounting it closer to the edge, but a 55" strip on a 43" TV sounds like too big of a difference to me and I'm not sure if you'd get away with it. I'm also not sure whether these gradient strips can be cut to size, like the normal lightstrips.
We would like to inform you that the shown behavior is not a fault in the product, as this is how it has been from production, and our developers are aware of this detail, and they are trying to take it into consideration when it comes to the design of the future products.
As the product is not defective, the only thing that you can try is to roll it clockwise, with the light part facing upwards, which sometimes works in this circumstance.