The Abilight is a nice feature to have for people who wear glasses or contacts especially because the purpose of Ambilight is to make TV viewing less stressful on the eyes, that’s exactly why when you go to a movie theater they have the small sconces on the walls that produce just a little bit of diffused light, because watching TV in total darkness is bad for the eyes. So Philips saw this and put it inside their sets, most people think its a joke, but its a nice feature to have, especially for anything with a lot of moving action like sports, specifically racing. It also makes the picture look bigger too. I personally like it and think that is has made watching movies and sports more enjoyable.
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