The soundscience halo 6 LED lighting

makes it easy to outfit your monitor with professional backlighting. Bias lighting adds a subtle white backlight to your monitor, offering optimal picture quality and viewing comfort.

Reduce Eye Fatigue

When viewing images in a dark environment, significant variation in picture brightness in programs is the leading cause to eye fatigue. Bias lighting remedies this by reducing the necessary range of motion in the iris muscles.

Enhance color definition

The color and brightness of the LEDs are carefully calibrated to achieve the optimal viewing experience and increase your monitor’s perceived contrast ratio – making blacks blacker and color more vibrant.

Increase viewing hours

Eliminating eye strain comfortably increases your viewing endurance. Whether you’re an avid video game player, movie watcher or simply a an extensive computer user, soundscience halo 6 LED lighting makes sure you’re able to perform comfortably for extended periods.
LCD Monitor: Up to 24” in size placed against light colored wall; available USB port or powered USB hub
Certifications/Safety: CE, RoHS
Unit Dimensions:
Cable: 4’3” / 1300 mm
Light Strip: 14.6” / 370 mm
Packaging Dimensions:
  5.9” (H) x 5.5” (W) x 0.6” (D) / 150 mm (H) x 140 mm (W) x 15 mm (D)
Net Weight: 1.0 oz / 28.3 g
Gross Weight: 2.0 oz / 56.7 g
Warranty Information:
Product Warranty: 2 years















Hands-On: Antec Bias LED Lighting Kit

September 7th, 2011 -
Antec recently launched the Bias Lighting kit which reportedly reduces eye fatigue while increasing perceived image clarity. This is essentially accomplished by splashing white backlight behind the PC monitor so that the imagery on the screen – whether it's a movie ...Read Full Article

soundscience Halo Bias Lighting Review

July 26th, 2011 -
soundscience is a subsidiary of Antec Inc. founded in 2010 to provide audio- and video-enabled products for PC and home entertainment. Currently, soundscience only offers two items for purchase: the "ruckus 3D", a 2.1 speaker system, and the "halo 6 LED bias lighting kit", the item up for review.Read Full Article

Antec Soundscience Bias Halo 6 LED Lighting Kit Review

June 7th, 2011 - By Bob Buskirk,
We’ve all done it, spent long hours at night working on a project on our computers. If you are working at night with no other lights on besides the light on your monitor your eyes can easily become strained. There have been many tests and studies that have confirmed this. There have also been studies on illumination around a display and they have concluded that back illumination of a display causes less eye strain and eye fatigue. I don’t know that many displays that offer this feature, so SoundScience has come up with a simple fix, the Halo 6 LED Lighting Kit. Let’s take a look at see what it’s all about.Read Full Article

Antec SoundScience Halo 6 LED Bias Lighting Kit Review

May 24th, 2011 - Written by Eric Stemplewski,
Not too long ago, a study was performed by the Lighting Research Center. This study's focus was on the eyestrain effects of watching a TV in a dark room. They took a group of subjects and had them watch an hour of an action movie with surrounding wall illumination, take a break, then watch the same movie without illumination. Then another group did the same thing in reverse order. Before and after each viewing session, all subjects were given visual tests. The study concluded that surrounding illumination had a number of beneficial effects. Participants had less eyestrain, eye fatigue, blinked less, and there was a shorter time gap between visual cues and brain responsiveness. Read Full Article
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