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Elgato are known for releasing excellent gear aimed at live streamers and content creators. Now they’ve gone one step further, or even maybe one step too far? As they are offering their own RGB LED light strips, coming in at a seriously high asking price of £60 for a single, non-diffused, 2m LED strip. Today we’re going to put Elgato’s premium strip against two, Amazon Choice, RGB LED strips that are much cheaper alternatives to see if the Elgato’s really are worth such a high price tag. Spoiler – it’s not.

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00:00 Start
00:15 Introduction and pricing
01:23 Some details / bundle
02:21 Pairing with an Android Phone / Control Center
03:38 Stream Deck control
04:04 Light Strips in action and comparisons
06:00 App Test
08:40 Colour Test
10:21 Anti Flicker Feature
11:35 Brightness and Colours and connection thoughts
12:26 A power outlet for each 2 meter strip? seriously?
13:42 Price premium makes no sense
14:05 Overall thoughts

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