Brighten up your home with these competitively priced Minger LED light strips

Minger has a few LED light strips for sale with a whopping 45% discount when you enter the correct promotional code. These lamps can be used to provide ambient light to any room in the color of your choice and are great for setting the mood or using behind a screen to reduce eye strain.

The 6.56-meter model on sale is ideal for providing background lighting on your TV or computer monitor thanks to the short length and the USB connector for power supply. It drops by nearly $ 6 to just $ 7.14 when you enter code 5YMDY587 during checkout. You can connect this directly to your TV's USB port so that it turns on when your TV does and the built-in microphone can synchronize the lighting with the on-screen action.

Minger also offers its 9.8-foot LED light strip at a competitive discount if you use code JRBC4UQK. This light strip is already cheaper than that of Philips Hue, but that discount coupon costs 45% of the normal asking price of $ 26.99 and brings it back to just under $ 15. This strip has RGB LEDs throughout length that can be set to more than 16 million colors. It has physical controls for determining the brightness and color, or you can use the associated app from afar. The strip also has a high sensitivity microphone that can automatically adjust the speed and color of the lights based on ambient noise, so that your lighting is in sync with your favorite music. It is waterproof so it can be used both indoors and outdoors. Users give it 4.3 stars based on more than 100 reviews.

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