This device pulses any LEDs you connect to it with the beat of the music coming from your console.
It can also fade your LEDs when the console is off.
This device also works on the Nintendo Wii's lightbar around the disk slot to pulse and fade it.
Multiple modes allow you to turn it off quickly, or set your LEDs to dim, on, fading, VU, or a select combination of those.
Change modes easily by using an existing button on your console, rather than opening your console each time or installing another switch.
Connect up to 10 LEDs, or with a SICKmods Power Extender to add 3Amps of power (~150 more LEDs).
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