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MediaLight Bias Lighting

LX1 Bias Lighting CRI 95 6500K Simulated D65 White Bias Lights


For as long as we've been making The MediaLight, people would ask us, "why aren't your lights as inexpensive as those other guys?"

We'd say, "accurate, high-CRI lights cost a lot more to build" and "if we were to make something as inaccurate and low quality as competitors, we'd charge a lot less than they charge."

But the idea of making something of low quality didn't appeal to us.

Instead, over the last decade, we've continued to make our lights better, increasing our accuracy and CRI every year.

Meanwhile, "those other guys" never got any better. 

MediaLight became the industry standard for professionals around the world, used in virtually every studio in broadcast and film and trusted by colorists for our extreme accuracy – but we never cracked the home theater market due to the higher price of The MediaLight.
Until now. 

By making some modest changes in specification, we've been able to engineer a high-quality bias light that still significantly outperforms its competitors, but at a much more affordable price. In fact, it costs less than the products that people always liked to compare us against. 
The name of our new brand is LX1.
LX1 Features
•6500K (ISF-certified for accuracy)
•Color rendering index (CRI) 95
•Connects via USB 3.0 to your TV (shorter lengths from 1m-4m work with USB 2.0)
•USB and DC connectors for limitless connectivity and controller options
•Pair the LX1 with a dimmer (sold separately), to create a complete bias lighting system
•2 Year Warranty

Size Chart
3 Sides Versus 4 Sides


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  • Why no "Stand" setting in the LX1 chart like the Media light? I have a Sony 65" A8H OLED. ty

    Because LX1 does not include MediaLight accessories, such as the optional .5m extension. So, you can use the lights on the stand, but they must be close to the edge to guarantee that they reach the USB port. If they don't, you'd need to buy an extension cord somewhere and this would probably cost more than simply getting the proper size. 

    For this reason, we have different size recommendations for LX1 and MediaLight.