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The question: “ Are there PLANS FOR bigger TVs such as a 80?” (emphasis mine)

Amidst a three-part answer: “My advice is to wait until they release a version for TV's 75" to 90" and larger.” (Pretty sure that was the question’s implication... )” … see more
The question: “ Are there PLANS FOR bigger TVs such as a 80?” (emphasis mine)

Amidst a three-part answer: “My advice is to wait until they release a version for TV's 75" to 90" and larger.” (Pretty sure that was the question’s implication... )”

The product maker’s (Govee) response: “No, at present.” (I’m unsure that the question was asking if the blueprints were made, yet... )

Of course they will make 80”, 100”, 120” and etc. There will be 10-foot TVs. 4K was developed because a 1080p screen will show noticeable pixelation at between 55” to 60” (depending on your viewing distance, where 10 and 15 feet away are standard distances, for making user interfaces visible), and 8K is being developed for about 80”-100”, for the same reason. An 8K, 10.2” tablet would be a bit of overkill, for instance (but they’ll still be made and sold...).

However, 70”, 75”, 80” and 100” TVs are being made and are increasing in sales. New houses are being built to accommodate them, in living rooms and finished basements, etc., because there’s a market for it, and so you can bet that Govee WILL BE making a camera with a wider angle lens, to be able to calibrate the immersive lighting, for them. There’s no shot a company R&Ds and produces this kinda tech, sees it sell really well, but then doesn’t use it, where there’s emerging tech saturation (%/number of people with bigger screens... ).

When the economies of scale make it worth producing and the R&D is done, Govee would be ridiculously foolish not to produce EVEN BETTER lights (with more settings and easier control, etc.), as that tech becomes available, and then make a lot more money — especially given Govee already has the production facilities and distribution to make and sell them, essentially worldwide...

To that end, I’d suggest that Govee is R&D’ing the upgrade tech, right now, to make lights for bigger TVs a thing, as opposed to something sinister, like squeezing every 80”+ TV owner, in a still emerging market, by waiting until those folks buy and makes do, with lights made for a 65” TV — especially when other companies who make good lights will be right there, to fill that market space, especially to the extent that Govee doesn’t also capitalize on it...

If it weren’t for the greater than average shortages of computer parts and R&D labor, around the world, right now, 70”-120” TV lights would pro’lly already be in production, for X-mas sales, if they aren’t already...

I have the opposite problem, looking for a set for my OLED Switch in handheld mode... LOL... Hope that helps! see less
The question: “ Are there PLANS FOR bigger TVs such as a 80?” (emphasis mine)

Amidst a three-part answer: “My advice is to wait until they release a version for TV's 75" to 90" and larger.” (Pretty sure that was the question’s implication... )”

The product maker’s (Govee) response: “No, at present.” (I’m unsure that the question was asking if the blueprints were made, yet... )

Of course they will make 80”, 100”, 120” and etc. There will be 10-foot TVs. 4K was developed because a 1080p screen will show noticeable pixelation at between 55” to 60” (depending on your viewing distance, where 10 and 15 feet away are standard distances, for making user interfaces visible), and 8K is being developed for about 80”-100”, for the same reason. An 8K, 10.2” tablet would be a bit of overkill, for instance (but they’ll still be made and sold...).

However, 70”, 75”, 80” and 100” TVs are being made and are increasing in sales. New houses are being built to accommodate them, in living rooms and finished basements, etc., because there’s a market for it, and so you can bet that Govee WILL BE making a camera with a wider angle lens, to be able to calibrate the immersive lighting, for them. There’s no shot a company R&Ds and produces this kinda tech, sees it sell really well, but then doesn’t use it, where there’s emerging tech saturation (%/number of people with bigger screens... ).

When the economies of scale make it worth producing and the R&D is done, Govee would be ridiculously foolish not to produce EVEN BETTER lights (with more settings and easier control, etc.), as that tech becomes available, and then make a lot more money — especially given Govee already has the production facilities and distribution to make and sell them, essentially worldwide...

To that end, I’d suggest that Govee is R&D’ing the upgrade tech, right now, to make lights for bigger TVs a thing, as opposed to something sinister, like squeezing every 80”+ TV owner, in a still emerging market, by waiting until those folks buy and makes do, with lights made for a 65” TV — especially when other companies who make good lights will be right there, to fill that market space, especially to the extent that Govee doesn’t also capitalize on it...

If it weren’t for the greater than average shortages of computer parts and R&D labor, around the world, right now, 70”-120” TV lights would pro’lly already be in production, for X-mas sales, if they aren’t already...

I have the opposite problem, looking for a set for my OLED Switch in handheld mode... LOL... Hope that helps!

Carson
· October 16, 2021
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Yes and no. I have this on my 86 inch LG as well and the camera will not see the whole screen so when setting it up you have to set it to see inner sections of the tv so colors don’t match perfectly to the edge of tv but still does a decent job of adjusting to colors on tv. I love having it but am hopeful that at some … see more Yes and no. I have this on my 86 inch LG as well and the camera will not see the whole screen so when setting it up you have to set it to see inner sections of the tv so colors don’t match perfectly to the edge of tv but still does a decent job of adjusting to colors on tv. I love having it but am hopeful that at some point they make a version made for a bigger tv. Also the strip does not go the full length or height of the tv so you have to put it in from the edges just a bit. see less Yes and no. I have this on my 86 inch LG as well and the camera will not see the whole screen so when setting it up you have to set it to see inner sections of the tv so colors don’t match perfectly to the edge of tv but still does a decent job of adjusting to colors on tv. I love having it but am hopeful that at some point they make a version made for a bigger tv. Also the strip does not go the full length or height of the tv so you have to put it in from the edges just a bit.
TJ Wolfe
· February 23, 2021
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The demand for this product to be produced for larger TV's, and theatre set ups is pretty strong. I hope that the people at Goose realize this and react accordingly rather than responding with short and snug answers when asked an important question in the future. I could sell a ton of these kits for larger TV's and the… see more The demand for this product to be produced for larger TV's, and theatre set ups is pretty strong. I hope that the people at Goose realize this and react accordingly rather than responding with short and snug answers when asked an important question in the future. I could sell a ton of these kits for larger TV's and theatre screens. I personally need a kit for a 130" screen, as well as an 85" screen.
Also, does anyone know if you can combine the strips with the bars , combine 2 sets of strips, or combine 2 sets of bars In order to make this product work properly for a larger screen?

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The demand for this product to be produced for larger TV's, and theatre set ups is pretty strong. I hope that the people at Goose realize this and react accordingly rather than responding with short and snug answers when asked an important question in the future. I could sell a ton of these kits for larger TV's and theatre screens. I personally need a kit for a 130" screen, as well as an 85" screen.
Also, does anyone know if you can combine the strips with the bars , combine 2 sets of strips, or combine 2 sets of bars In order to make this product work properly for a larger screen?

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Amazon Customer
· May 19, 2021
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You can buy the philips hue syncbox setup for about $400-$500,
This does not seem so unrealistic now, does it?

JV
· March 25, 2021
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In reference to my 85 inch, I placed the camera on the center channel beneath the TV. The wires are long enough to place it top, which I initially trialed, or bottom. The control box and excess wiring I tucked into the wall mount of the TV. Not the back of the TV, but you might be able to recognize the camera on my cen… see more In reference to my 85 inch, I placed the camera on the center channel beneath the TV. The wires are long enough to place it top, which I initially trialed, or bottom. The control box and excess wiring I tucked into the wall mount of the TV. Not the back of the TV, but you might be able to recognize the camera on my center channel in my video. see less In reference to my 85 inch, I placed the camera on the center channel beneath the TV. The wires are long enough to place it top, which I initially trialed, or bottom. The control box and excess wiring I tucked into the wall mount of the TV. Not the back of the TV, but you might be able to recognize the camera on my center channel in my video.
V.A.T.
· February 11, 2021
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I saw that same YouTube video. Had the previous version of these lights and now these. This version allows you to mount to the bottom of the tv, which is a lot better in my opinion. I tried the 4-6 inches above the screen and it was more of a headache to install and didn’t really improve anything. If the camera is poin… see more I saw that same YouTube video. Had the previous version of these lights and now these. This version allows you to mount to the bottom of the tv, which is a lot better in my opinion. I tried the 4-6 inches above the screen and it was more of a headache to install and didn’t really improve anything. If the camera is pointing from top down there’s always reflections or lights from other electronics that interfere, but from the bottom up, it’s pretty accurate, especially for the cost see less I saw that same YouTube video. Had the previous version of these lights and now these. This version allows you to mount to the bottom of the tv, which is a lot better in my opinion. I tried the 4-6 inches above the screen and it was more of a headache to install and didn’t really improve anything. If the camera is pointing from top down there’s always reflections or lights from other electronics that interfere, but from the bottom up, it’s pretty accurate, especially for the cost
Marc
· December 30, 2020
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The adapter works with 100v-240v and the power cable is 4.9ft
Govee US
Seller · March 25, 2021
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I do not see how it could... you use the app to calibrate it first so it will be needed to set it up, then you use the app to turn it off and on, I do not believe there is a way to turn it off or on without the app. However, the app is free, and you do not have to be near it to turn it on - as long as it has wifi, and… see more I do not see how it could... you use the app to calibrate it first so it will be needed to set it up, then you use the app to turn it off and on, I do not believe there is a way to turn it off or on without the app. However, the app is free, and you do not have to be near it to turn it on - as long as it has wifi, and you have internet on your phone you can turn it on see less I do not see how it could... you use the app to calibrate it first so it will be needed to set it up, then you use the app to turn it off and on, I do not believe there is a way to turn it off or on without the app. However, the app is free, and you do not have to be near it to turn it on - as long as it has wifi, and you have internet on your phone you can turn it on
William Corley
· March 2, 2021
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Only thing you can do is turn on/off the lights with google home, you will need to use the app to switch modes
Jeffrey Sparks
· May 5, 2021
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Yes. This smart strip light has a waterproof coating.
Govee US
Seller · June 15, 2021