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Lytmi Neo Sync Box, HDMI 2.0, 4k/60hz, CEC for 65" or below TVs US$89 (~A$124) Delivered @ Lytmi

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【Lytmi Smart Lighting System】: The Lytmi NEO APP is the heart of your smart lighting system, and it easily connects your Lytmi White and Color Ambient smart lights to the app and the NEO Sync Box. With music mode, screen mode and 12 scene modes, you can just enjoy having a unique intelligent lighting.
【Excellent Immersive Audio-Visual Experience】: Sync the Lytmi TV Backlight to the content on your screen. This advanced ARGB ambient WIFI TV Backlight can track any color on TV, gaming consoles and other HDMI devices. Besides, you can expand your home theater with surrounded lighting and make your smart bulbs dance, flash, dim, and brighten as per the content on your screen. Enjoy an impeccable and ultimate immersive audio-visual experience.
【Maximum Compatibility】: This Lytmi NEO HDMI 2.0 Sync Box works with all Lytmi White and Color Ambient bulbs or fixtures. Besides, the TV backlight is flexible for all screen sizes. It does not require any calibration; all you need to do is just pair it with any HDMI devices, Apple TV, Amazon Fire Stick, Xbox, PlayStation, or Mac to transform your living room into a theatrical piece of art. It is a great gift for your family and friends.
【Personalization】: Connect your HDMI devices, such as set-top boxes, streaming dongles, and gaming consoles, to the sync box to sync their content with your smart lights. As our products are becoming more and more abundant, you can customize the color, brightness, and flashing patterns with different scenes through free applications, and enjoy having a unique intelligent lighting.
【HDMI 2.0 Sync Box】: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/ 2.4 GHz, HDMI 2.0b with HDCP 2.2 Video resolution, up to 4K/60Hz. PS: Not good light performance on dolby vision and HDR yet. Neo cannot work with smart TV built-in APP, a HDMI input is required.

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  • Anyone used this before

    • There are some Lytmi Neo kit reviews at youtube

  • where's the deal?

  • The lack of HDR/DV kills it imo
    Edit: I take that back - it does support it, just less saturated
    Very good value then - tempted to buy instead and see how it compares to Govee immersion

  • Op any deal on Pro version?

    • No deal on Pro version for now

  • So is the Neo 2.0 now the 'pro' version? Seems the pop version is the same base unit but with a different (less bright?) RGB light strip instead hence the lower price?

  • Before I bite the bullet, could someone list a few alternatives for PC ambient light strips besides the hue play bars?

    • Yeelight bar pro and razer sync

  • I really want something like this, but not sure what the best option is for me. I have a high end Samsung HDR FALD display, I watch lots of 4K HDR media, and play 4K HDR games on the current consoles.

  • +2

    Don’t buy Lytmi. I got one with serious delays. Have a look at this topic https://www.reddit.com/r/dreamscreentv/comments/s3s82l/do_no...

    • Hi, sorry for the issue you had with Lytmi product. Would you please PM me your order number? Or you can reach Lytmi support team at [email protected].

  • +1

    Wow! That’s a price drop…paid AUD$200 3 months ago. Had a few hiccups (read comments on previous OzBargain deals) but it’s now working fine. A bit of a delay though and it doesn’t support Atmos, so need a pricey HDMI splitter.

  • +1

    Ordered from one of the other deals and personally pretty disappointed in the product.
    Ordered 65inch as that's my TV size. Even measured it before hand to make sure.
    If you put the clips on the edge of the TV all round the LED strips end up being too short. By about 10cm each, not a small amount. So I had to put the double sided taped clips all spaced about an inch and a half in from the edge.
    I later saw they changed the kit description to say it was for 60" and below.
    You can use them without the app, if you put the starts at the lower right corner.
    But there was a noticeable quarter second lag on the lights. If there is a scene/picture change the lights can be quite distracting, as it's not in sync.
    I thought it might be because I hasn't used the app to configure them. But I can't even get that to work either.
    Fair warning, the app says it requires GPS, Bluetooth, and local network access. Giving it all that I still couldn't get it to connect with the lights, and gave up after about 3 hours of fiddling around.
    I used the lights to watch about 2 hours of YouTube, and a couple of TV episodes before disconnecting them due to not being able to concentrate with the sync lag.
    It's still on my tv a few months later, but now half of the double sided tape has failed and the strips are falling off…

    • I bought this as well, I also get a slight light sync delay but not 250ms. Maybe 10-20ms delay. Not distracting for my old eyes.

      My set up is xbox/shield TV to Onkyo receiver to Lytmi to LG OLED 65" B8.

      To get the device connected to wifi, my phone had to be on a 2.4GHz band. I just moved my phone out of the 5.0GHz range (I have google wifi and Android phone, no option to force which band to use)

      For the sizing, it is a tight fit for 65". Maybe try moving the mounting brackets closer inside.

      Issues I had are:
      The provided double-sided tape was rubbished. Fell off after a week. Replaced them all with 3M commander Velcro strips

      Newer Disney+ releases use a weird Dolby vision codecs, so the lights just display sync-ed pink/purple hue.

      The cables between lights and Lytmi box are fairly short. I had to hace the device stuck on the back of the TV.

      The device gets a bit warm, so not sure about longevity of it 😀

  • Ah after reading all the comments..I'm bit on the edge. Should I get it or pass?

    As YouTube reviews says otherwise

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