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Reddit mentions of SUPERNIGHT LED Strip Lights - 5M/16.4 Ft SMD 3528 RGB 300 LED Color Changing Kit with Flexible Strip Light, 24 Key IR Remote Control, Power Supply

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We found 39 Reddit mentions of SUPERNIGHT LED Strip Lights - 5M/16.4 Ft SMD 3528 RGB 300 LED Color Changing Kit with Flexible Strip Light, 24 Key IR Remote Control, Power Supply. Here are the top ones.

SUPERNIGHT LED Strip Lights - 5M/16.4 Ft SMD 3528 RGB 300 LED Color Changing Kit with Flexible Strip Light, 24 Key IR Remote Control, Power Supply
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  • SUEPRNGIHT 2835 SMD RGB 5M LED strip lights + Remote controller + 12V power supply,non-waterproof , high intensity and reliability, Long lifespan.
  • Every 6-LEDS cuttable without damaging the rest strips, according to your requirement.
  • Width: 0.8cm, Only Lit Red/Green/Blue,NO White lighting.
  • Completely smooth and even light spread, solving the uneven luminous problem with a chain of fluorescent tubes.
  • Low carbon, no radiation, no flicker, and no pollution to human and environment. Safe and stable.
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Found 39 comments on SUPERNIGHT LED Strip Lights - 5M/16.4 Ft SMD 3528 RGB 300 LED Color Changing Kit with Flexible Strip Light, 24 Key IR Remote Control, Power Supply:

u/DavidF0506 · 11 pointsr/college

These color LED lights are super cool and cheap on Amazon. You can change colors and patterns with a little remote control! https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B00BP4DUMU/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

u/IBBZZZ · 6 pointsr/battlestations

I'm using these: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00BP4DUMU/ref=pd_aw_lpo_60_bs_img_1/143-1079596-6249421?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=D5ZKS5T9GAN7CZWFXFSA

P.s. the adhesive on the strips are mediocre, I had to eventually strap then down with duct tape. Works like a charm other wise though.

u/blacketj · 4 pointsr/buildapc

You can add cheap lights to any case. Won't be controllable through software, but will still be RGB.


u/ezekial62 · 4 pointsr/buildapc

>If it doesn't look cool he won't be interested in it

That sounds like the opinion of a brat imo.

When I was a kid and my older bro built a PC (he's significantly older), I wanted one too. He said if I helped him work off the debt he would help me buy/build my own. It wasn't much, but it was enough to play basic games, and the process helped me learn more about the hobby on my own. I was ecstatic because it was my own personal build. Plus, it gave my brother and I something to bond over, even with the massive age gap.

This project is about a lot more than building a shiny rig, bro.

Ninja edit: plus, a couple cheap lighting strips off amazon makes PCs shiner and faster!

u/completelydeck · 3 pointsr/buildapc

LE 16.4ft LED Flexible Light Strip, 300 Units SMD 2835 LEDs, 12V DC Non-water... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HSF65MC/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_x_9znKzbQJP3HW3 via @amazon

Or if you want color changing lights...

u/Toribor · 2 pointsr/VaporwaveAesthetics

I bought this set off of Amazon but I scrapped the included power supply, unsoldered the 2.1mm barrel connector and wired up a spare 4-pin molex cable I had with a build in power switch. You can change the color with the little IR remote, but they aren't individually addressable so the whole strip changes color at the same time. I ran out of time wiring them up the other day so I only have about half the strip in there right now, need to solder the rest of them together.

u/admiralspark · 2 pointsr/malelivingspace

Mmmm, the ones I'm finding aren't quite the same. Nothing is exactly like this setup but, I think you could achieve similar results with something like these:

List of ideas with pictures, warning it's clickbait-y

Amazon very simple example, not quite the same, hence me saying you won't get a matching project without DIY

More examples here

You'll notice that a lot of these are DIY/custom which is a huge point--most really well-done LED lighting art pieces are done by hand, not bought from the store. It's really easy to do actually, as LED light strips are cheap right now, 15 ft multicolor for <$1/ft.

The takeaway here is creativity is king.

u/AeonFX · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Using this RGB strip from SUPERNIGHT: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BP4DUMU

u/TMITectonic · 2 pointsr/led

LED Ropes are almost always garbage. Plus, a lot of them use incandescent (like small xmas tree lights) bulbs on AC instead of actual LEDs running DC (which can make it portable, whenever necessary).

The first question I'd ask you is how "cool" do you want it to be? I don't mean color temperature, I mean are you just looking for a plane white source that can be switched off and on? Or would you be wanting it to do multiple colors (even multiple colors on each LED, as opposed to the whole thing lighting a single color at a time)?

Originally, these were/are designed to be backlit from a set of long CFL bulbs like you'd see in a corporate office setup. The bulbs are fairly energy efficient, cheap, and don't produce "hot spots" (where you can directly see a light source, or its shadow, through the sign) nearly as much as LEDs or Halogen/Incandescent.

All that said, I'd recommend one of the following three methods:

  1. Go to Home Depot or even Harbor Freight and buy a fluorescent bulb setup with the lamp and the bulb and mount it on the wall and hang the sign over it. Possibly cheapest solution, definitely the easiest and will look good but won't offer any extra features beyond off and on.

  2. Buy an RGB LED 5M strip kit that comes with a remote, or something like this if you want some music reactivity. Then line your letters (LEDs faceing either "inward" toward the wall, or at a right angle perpendicular to that so that the LEDs point toward the inside of the letter's white area) with the LED strip, cut if needed, and add a white backdrop for better reflectivity and to soften any hot spots; just use cheap MDF or whatever scrap wood you have laying around.

  3. Buy something like an ESP8266, an amplified electret mic, 5V PSU, and a strip (or string!) of WS2812b (or APA102's, if you can afford them!) LEDs and program that sucker any which way you'd like! You can even use visualization software like JINX! or GLEDiator to send data to the ESP8266 and have it output to the strips in realtime. This obviously will take some learning, if you aren't already familiar with Arduino and the like, but the whole system is designed for beginners.

    Best of luck!
u/muffinsticks · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Can't speak for OP but I have a lot of experience with LEDs.

There are two parts to an LED setup.

  1. Type of LEDs

  2. Controller to set the LED colors / animations

    What are you looking to do? Animations along an LED strip or single color lighting like this (all LEDs in the strip independently colorable or the whole strand all being same color at a time)? This will determine what type of strip to use.

    How would you want to control them? Via your mortherboard (if it has the option), an IR remote (like TV) or a phone?

    If your looking for something super simple and easy then something like this would be the way to go:
u/netchemica · 2 pointsr/gundeals

Link to product (as opposed to a screenshot)

u/SuitedUpLikeTen · 2 pointsr/Beatmatch

If you're up for a little bit of DIY, I have strips of LED lights in my room and if you bought something similar I'm sure you could mount them to 2x4 boards that have been spray painted black or something. A trigger for them is relatively inexpensive, and the lights are extremely bright in a dorm room,

I think this is the pack we got, and then we switched in a sound responsive trigger.


if you want to pay a bit more for even better stuff, these are good lights as well

u/EmperorSnowball_ · 2 pointsr/lasercutting

If you have a 3d printer you can print some of these. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1244670

Amazon has LED strips that you can use, or get them for cheap from Aliexpress.


u/BoGuS88 · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Hey. I bought mine in some local store but it was some most basic kit like THIS. Try to find it cheaper. LEDs are usually overpriced in most of the stores.

u/captain_zerg · 1 pointr/battlestations

I'm planning on getting these ones.

OP's are 5050 which are great, but they can only display one color at a time. The 3528 can have multiple colors. I've been doing research on this, because I want to make this

u/Stuck_in_a_depo · 1 pointr/MAME
u/FurnaceFuneral · 1 pointr/VaporwaveAesthetics

Basically I installed this in the back of my TV: LEDs

This is the shadow cast from it. Looks pretty nice.

u/VRismyreality · 1 pointr/battlestations

NZXT 820 Gunmetal Crow and some LED strip like that
You should order double faced tape extra tho, since this doesn't include any option to tape it to the back of your table.

u/Caroarinq · 1 pointr/battlestations

SUPERNIGHT LED Strip Lights -... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BP4DUMU?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share - These are good for the price but I recommend the brand 'Daybetter.' They're more expensive but good and they're waterproof.

u/wescullison · 1 pointr/battlestations

SUPERNIGHT 5M/16.4 Ft SMD 3528 RGB 300 LED Color Changing Kit with Flexible Strip Light+24 Key IR Remote Control+ Power Supply https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BP4DUMU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_zvOIBbK7QYXKD

u/zeyezai · 1 pointr/AnimeFigures

I think most people use these ones.

Personally use Ever Lighting and they have been good for the past 4 months and I keep them on for like half the day.

However, I think they only really sell white ones. Since I lived in Canada and didn't care for color, I went with them.

u/WetRatShit · 1 pointr/DetroitRedWings

These lights here are pretty good for any man cave https://www.amazon.com/SUPERNIGHT-Changing-Flexible-Remote-Control/dp/B00BP4DUMU/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1497136898&sr=8-2-spons&keywords=led+light+strip&psc=1

And if you want to spend some money on a good frame job for a jersey I got mine from Detroit City Sports. It's about $300 but they do a really nice job.

u/jfranzen8705 · 1 pointr/homelab

Absolutely. That's the plan. I think maybe a custom build "picture frame" from the local micheals or other craft hobby store, then some Ikea hinges that soft close. Then just glue a sheet of plexiglass in there. I'm also thinking of throwing in some of these in:

u/ToXIc13BlackFriday · 1 pointr/diyelectronics

This basic remote that comes with LED strips usually:


The battery is fine and it works but I realy want to be able to point it in different angles and still be able to use it because no I need to be 1m or closer and aim dirrectly to it and the reciever is in pretty uncomfortable spot so I have to walk there everytime and put my hand behind shelf to change colors. Maybe I can modify the remote and/or reciever to be able to do it from ~5m and in different angles too? I understand that I cant point the remote away and hope that it will work but cmon I can't be wrong by 0.5 degrees now if I want it to work now....

K I am bit oversaturating but I realy want to upgrade it a bit XD


u/TOMAHAWK_____CHOP · 1 pointr/AmateurRoomPorn

Yeah man. Really cheap and easy to set up from Amazon


u/AZPHOX · 1 pointr/battlestations

I spy a republican gunship hiding. love love love. haha

On a more serious note, frames for your posters would be an easy and cheap way to clean things up a bit. Also, rbg lighting can be as simple and cheap as this: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BP4DUMU/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_img?_encoding=UTF8&colid=2Y1AKJUEGPG2U&coliid=I9D60H4E01TR6

u/iStigmatic · 1 pointr/AverageBattlestations

SUPERNIGHT 5M/16.4 Ft SMD 3528 RGB 300 LED Color Changing Kit with Flexible Strip Light+24 Key IR Remote Control+ Power Supply https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BP4DUMU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_CXJHAbJMEYABM


Nexlux WiFi Wireless LED Smart Controller Working with Android and IOS System Mobile Phone Free App for GRB LED Light Strips 5050 3528 LEDs Comes With One 24 Keys Remote Control https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07116SX41/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_4XJHAbKQHB744

Download the app for the controller and you can customize it fully via your smart phone.

u/frankenduke · 1 pointr/DIY

That should work.

Edit: sorry missed your second link. Strip lights are really cool for this sort of thing.

You can get more light for less money with something [like this] ( https://www.amazon.com/SUPERNIGHT-Changing-Flexible-Remote-Control/dp/B00BP4DUMU/ref=pd_lpo_vtph_60_bs_lp_t_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=VYTEMD7121QBJR0WQDX9) if you don't mind a little diy.

Also colors!

u/kenzieking · 0 pointsr/battlestations

I don't remember exactly what I bought but here are a few cheap LED strips that are similar to mine and well reviewed!

Monitor backlight:

Desk lighting: