I’ll admit it, there’s something about RGB lighting that just makes everything better, whether its glowing gaming peripherals that pulse with the action, or just thoughtfully placed smart lights to enhance the mood. However, up until recently, the only way to get Philips Hue’s Sync system to work in your living room was to hook your TV up to a PC, which isn’t really ideal. But with the new Hue But before we go any deeper, let’s get something out of the way first. Priced at $230, the Synx Box costs a lot for something whose only real purpose is to make your smart lights flash and change color in harmony with your TV. And that’s before you factor in the three or four Hue lights you’ll need to fully take advantage of the Sync Box’s capabilities and the time it’ll take to re-jigger your AV setup. Advertisement The Setup Before you even take the Hue Sync out of its box, you’re going to want to update all your Hue lights . Not only do Hue lights take a long time to update (as long as a couple of hours or more), without the latest firmware, you may not even… Read full this story
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