How it works
A Lightpack + a set of 5 Pixels to light up the wall behind the TV. Provides awesome backlight and distributed illumination.
Lightpack is a lighting set that brings you a whole new home theater experience by adding ambient backlight to your TV.
Lightpack experience can be further enhanced by adding what we call Pixels: wireless LED lighting modules designed to be placed on the wall around the main screen. It uses complex, patented algorithms to process input video signal and conduct this ambient backlight orchestra. The result is a huge improvement in overall viewing and gaming experience.
Lightpack supports any TV screen and only requires a power source and a HDMI connection. Also it can be used as an intelligent lighting system, even when your TV is off. You can set up the mood lighting using the Lightpack app.
Pixels are connected to Lightpack via BLE and work separately or together with Lightpack 2’s own LEDs.
When a Pixel’s battery starts running low, you will get a notification via the app. Take the Pixel off the wall and place it on the charging dock.
- Works with any HDMI source
- Media players
- Gaming consoles
Any HD player, XBox, PlayStation, Nintendo Wii U, Roku, Chromecast, Apple TV, PC, Mac, etc. will work.
- 4 HDMI inputs to plug all your devices
- LED ribbon fits any screen size
- Lightpack II creates full, fast and bright reflections on the wall behind your TV
- Simple installation: plug Lightpack in your TV panel and connect any of your HDMI-sources to it
- HDMI 1.4b
- CEC pass-through
- HDCP 1.4
- HDMI 1.4
- backlight supports 30 lightzones
- 30 Hz color change frequency
- Dimensions: 14x12x3 cm
- Color: White
- Weight:150 g
- Dimensions: 70х70х70 mm
- Color: White, glance
- Surface - glance | easy to clean | splash resistant
- Flash mode – up to 4-6 weeks
- Lightpack Sync mode (nonstop) – 4-5 days (8-12 hours)
- Night Bulb mode (always On) – 1-2 days
- 5 Pixels charging station
- Charging time - 3 hours
- Pixels have a single charging station so you don’t need to plug a cable into each pixel. Sounds especially good when you have 10 pixels or more.