Sync the lights in your home theater to anything you watch on your Samsung TV — no matter how you play it.1
Hue Sync TV app
Sync with movies and shows
The Hue Sync TV app works with native smart apps such as Netflix and Disney+, HDMI devices, and set-top boxes. In short: anything you watch on your screen.
Sync with video games
Whether you use a gaming console or the Samsung Gaming Hub, you can sync your lights to every game you play. Play up your power ups. Enhance every battle. All in a wash of reactive light.
Seamless light syncing
Watch your lights react to the content on your screen — no lag, no delay. Just instant surround lighting.
Personalize the experience
Customize the way your lights react. Change the intensity, adjust the brightness, and more.
Get started with the Hue Sync TV app
Check your TV compatibility
The Hue Sync TV app is available on almost all 2022 or newer 60 Hz and 120 Hz Samsung TVs.
Set up your Philips Hue system
You’ll need a Hue Bridge and color-capable Philips Hue lights, set up in an Entertainment area in your Hue app.
Buy the Hue Sync TV app
Download and buy the Hue Sync TV app and connect it to your Philips Hue smart lighting system.
Known for their electronics and the SmartThings smart home platform, Samsung offers a wide variety of products for the modern smart home.
Questions & answers
1 Available on 2022 and newer Samsung QLED TVs in the Q60 or higher range (support for Q700 coming soon). If your TV supports the Hue Sync TV app, it will appear when you search for it in Apps. Alternatively, check the product specifications of your TV model on www.samsung.com.
*When a bulb displays "Up to" a certain number of lumens in its specifications, it displays the maximum lumen output of the bulb. It shows how bright the bulb can get at 2700 K (White bulbs) or 4000 K (White ambiance or White and color ambiance bulbs). Learn more about brightness.