Philips Made 1 Million Ambilight TVs

Posted: Dec 1 2006, 1:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:28am CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

Philips made 1 Million Ambilight TVs
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The Ambilight idea seems to pay off really well for Philips. This week the millionth Ambilight Flat TV left the Philips plant according to DigiTimes.

The adaptive light behind the Plamsa TV has its merits. I actually tried the IKEA solution to replicate a simply ambilight on my Panasonic Plasma . It is not bad actually.
IKEA sells the TRETTIONEN lighting strip which comes in white, blue or green colors. One set has 4 strips and sells for $49.99.

I just wrapped around the cables and placed two diode strips on top and one on each side behind the Plasma panel. I did not install them on the bottom as I have the speakers of the TV there and I would need a second TRETTIONEN set.Shop for Philips Ambilight TVs on or research them on
See also our Flat Screen Mania Page for the bestselling flat panel TVs.

by Angela Startz

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