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Mad Catz Cyborg amBX Gaming Lights (CCB43521E002/04/1)

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  • Breathe new life into your games, music and movies with powerful lighting effects in 16 million colors
  • Track your enemy's gunfire,enhance atmosphere
  • Includes access to Everquest II and Age of Conan - two amBX - enabled game titles,bring the game into your world
  • Multi-hinge design allows for flexible positioning to maximize color spread
  • Surround lighting - add more lights for a truly immersive surround gaming experience, works alongside all amBX products
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Product Description

Product Description

CYBORG AMBX GAMING LIGHTS US ACCS

From the Manufacturer

amBX is Compatible with
ALL games!


System Requirements -

  • Connectivity: USB 2.0
  • Windows 7
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows XP

Product Includes:

  • 2x amBX Gaming Lights
  • AC Adapter
  • Installation Disc

Supports all 32-bit and 64-bit versions.

 


 

Breathe New Life into Your Games, Music and Movies

Boasting powerful lighting effects capable of displaying 16 million colors, the innovative amBX system helps build enhanced atmosphere to create a truly immersive surround gaming experience. Especially useful for those late-night gaming sessions, the amBX lights may even help relieve eye strain by spreading the color and light beyond that displayed by your monitor.

Dependent on the game and its level of support for amBX, the lighting will have various effects — ranging from ambient lighting that matches the video game world you're playing in, to status lights that indicate the direction from which you're being shot at.

 


 

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Surround Lighting

Take the game beyond the screen and into the room around you — add 2 or more lights to unleash the potential of fully amBX-enabled games. By connecting additional lights and positioning them around your PC, it's possible to set up lighting that correctly responds to the positional information in a game; walk past a torch on a dungeon wall and watch as your lights correctly display that light source in the real world.

 


 

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Works with Most Direct3D Games

Provided the game you're playing works correctly with Direct3D, the lights will still function even if the game doesn't directly support amBX. The innovative effects-generating software (included) analyzes the on-screen events and enables the lights to display the correct color information to match, including basic left and right directionality.

 


 

amBX isn't Just for Games

Using various media players it's possible to achieve immersive ambient lighting effects with your music and video content, too.

 


 


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13.9 x 6.1 x 3.6 inches ; 2.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005DKZSVS
  • Item model number: CCB43521N002/04/
  • Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 20, 2011

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

You have to download just the drivers from Cyborg, then the software from amBX.
Richard Baker
There is no support for this product anymore, I can't even believe Mad Catz is still selling this outdated product.
Thomas G. Shea
Worked for two days and now the light is dead again and nothing seems to get it working.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By enders4you on August 9, 2011
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Here is a product that I've been playing around with for a few days and decided to make a small video. These are gaming lights from ambx that teamed up with Madcatz's Cyborg PC gaming division to create a 2 point lighting system for games, movies and music. I really love this set, though it's a 2 point lighting system, it would have been nice to have 3 lights. (left, right and center) The program is simple to use and works with every game, music player and movie player. This only works for PC and not for consoles. You can add more lights with a total of 9 lights and if you so want 3 lights per sector, total of 27 LIGHTS! Crazy! Not only does it work for games but you can also set it actions like getting a new email or instant message (setting a color for it) be in sync with you screen saver and setting a static color background. Nothing I can see bad or frustrating about this product other than the price, should have been at least 3 lights for $100
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Richard Baker on March 12, 2013
The Good: Fully immerses you in games and music, bright vibrant colors, looks futuristic

The Bad: Software and drivers are broken and require fiddling to work, hardware feels like cheap plastic, not much in ways of customization, not many games are supported, the hardware was abandoned years ago

I used these thinking they would be an amazing collection to my PC rig and add some pizzazz, I was half right. Sure it looks great when the lights adjust to the game's lighting, but at what cost? A massive headache that took days to cure.

I'm talking about the lights' god awful software. It doesn't even work, it's broken. Why in the hell would Cyborg release broken drivers and software? You plug in the lights (one in each USB port) and plug up the power to the wall. Install the drivers and software like normal, then things start going haywire. Every program stopped working and crashed when I restarted. I uninstalled the software and it went away. This happened on two computers I installed this on. Why in God's name would Cyborg do this? Not only is the software buggy, but the drivers require you to restart the actual service if the lights aren't working. Some times the software will detect them, some times not. Some times just one light will work. If that isn't bad enough the GenFX detector will cause some games to not start up or crash. Skyrim won't work with an ENB wrapper, and a few other games wouldn't start up at all.

How do you use these lights then? Download the beta drivers from amBX's site. Not quite though. You have to download just the drivers from Cyborg, then the software from amBX. To get the beta drivers you have to sign up to their forum to do so. It also doesn't help that these lights have been abandoned.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Vynny TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 12, 2011
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AmBX is a technology which has been installed in certain brands of HDTVs for a while now and its purpose is to add ambient surrounding lighting based on the current action or user choices. In the case of the TVs it splashes the back wall behind the TV with color that is calculated to relate to what's onscreen. Of course this assumes you have your TV on, or near, a wall which I think is a fair assumption - but in the case of a computer monitor this isn't necessarily as likely. My main gaming rig for example is in front of a large window. So whilst these lights can be moved around and pointed in various directions you still have to point them at a solid wall to be effective and you're limited by the short length of the USB cables supplied. Something to consider based on your gaming computer's location.

In my case I hooked up the lights to a laptop which is in a kind of nook and I placed the lights to bounce of either side of the corners of the room. Thankfully you can tell the amBX software the whereabouts in relation to your monitor screen that your lights are, a bit like modern audio receivers can be told where the surround speakers are placed.

My first surprise was these lights are not daisy-chainable and each has it's own USB cable (two are supplied, one for each light). This is despite the lights each also requiring external power (the lights come with a dual split power cable to run two lights) and instantly creates a problem of too little USBs for most computers especially when you take into account an existing USB mouse, keyboard, digital camera, phones etc. Ideally you would need a separate powered USB hub with at least four slots just for amBX surround lighting. Boy does it create a lot of messy cabling.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By BigStory VINE VOICE on August 27, 2011
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This set comes with the two gaming lights, two USB cables, an AC adaptor, manual, and a CD software. The manual comes in 5 languages and is well illustrated with examples, overall it's easy to understand.

The included software is also easy to install and program. There's many different ways to configure the lights and how they are positioned, how often they blink, which colors show, etc.

Aside from gaming, you can use these while you are playing a song or to let you know when you've got some new email. When the room lights are off, these are pretty cool looking.

One thing I don't like is that you need a seperate USB cable for each game light, so if you've got four of these you'll need four free USB slots on your computer/laptop. Also, although cool looking, the retail price is around a hundred bucks.

A cool hundred is a bit steep for something that is essentially an unnecessary accessory(albeit a cool one); that money can be better spent on a high-quality joypad. Overall it's a nice, colorful addition to your gaming room for those who don't mind the premium price tag.
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