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    I always wondered why I see a halo around my gizmo display. I thought I needed new Rx for my glasses but it turns out that our eyes arent as good at that wavelength as others. Who knew?

    http://texyt.com/bright+blue+leds+an...e+health+risks
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    That's really interesting. I liked the article and it helps to explain the halo's I always see with them as well. Thanks for sharing!

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    • #3
      Cool post. I always have been annoyed by Directv's blue ring of madness. Thankfully Samsung lets you turn their off.

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        I hate that everything seems to have standby LEDs so that you have a room full of LEDs when nothing is on. I mean, come on, do I really need to know that it is ready to be turned on? :crazy:

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Jed M
          Cool post. I always have been annoyed by Directv's blue ring of madness. Thankfully Samsung lets you turn their off.
          I love quoting myself but just wanted to give an extra thanks for this thread. Once I got done posting I decided to see if there was a work around for the obnoxious blue directv ring so I googled it and what do you know, its a simple combo button push on the front panel to change the brightness or turn them off. If it wasn't for this thread I would probably just let them continue to burn my retinas off. :clapper:

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          • #6
            Originally posted by snock
            I always wondered why I see a halo around my gizmo display. I thought I needed new Rx for my glasses but it turns out that our eyes arent as good at that wavelength as others. Who knew?

            http://texyt.com/bright+blue+leds+an...e+health+risks
            Good article. Thanks for posting. :)
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