Is there such a thing as a very large screen? LG’s new line of LED Extreme home cinema live display screens are the latest to test this question, and the most expensive devices really cost a lot. movie theater, or somewhere around the price of a helicopter, you might want to use it to move your new TV across your rooftop.
yes this is it real products That LG sells to anyone with a large enough bank account. And while the power pull, intimidating maintenance, and the need to lengthen the neck before you play Deathloop are all scary to think about, owning a stupidly big TV with its own orbit is a hell of a flex.
The sizes of this family of theatrical performances Start At a whopping 81 inches, go 589 inches of ultra-high resolution with resolutions ranging from 2K to 8K. It’s the most absurd LG show we’ve seen since it came out Rollable OLED TV worth $87,000 last year. The thing that makes Direct View LEDs better than a typical LED TV is that they offer higher brightness and contrast and are designed for rooms with lots of windows (you know, like your giant glass mansion) and high ambient lighting.
If you’re a bit too excited, you can use Dual4K Ultra-Extension monitors, which combined extend over 589 inches of living room wall or more than 70 feet of eternal torment If this picture is easier.
Anyone looking to prove a game room in their mansion in the future should look at the 325-inch 8K home cinema screen and make your local movie theater shameful with its 160-degree wide viewing angle. The screen weighs more than 2,000 pounds and has a brightness of over 1,200 lumens. Sunscreen is not included.
Each monitor will ship with a console loaded with LG’s WebOS, LG’s HD content playback interface, and it’s a great TV talk for a box where you’ll connect your PlayStation 5 or extreme gaming pc Or stream all your favorite shows.
“It truly is the supercar of home display technologies, delivering handcrafted quality and performance that appeals to those with luxury lifestyles who want something that is not only immersive but also highly exclusive,” said LG Electronics Vice President, DVLED. Dan Smith in a press release. “LG DVLED Extreme Home Cinema Display technology is rated to last 100,000 hours before reaching its half-life, which means it can deliver stunning images for more than ten years.”
Once installed, you’ll get on-site training, “health checks” twice a year for three years, LG Connected Care (which allows LG to monitor screen performance remotely), and a five-year warranty. These services are valued at about $30,000, according to LG.
You may be wondering how much these ridiculous screens cost? Well, tell Smith to our comrades at tech radar Extreme Home Cinema will start at around $70,000 up to $1.7 million. That’s right, for the modest price of a yacht, you can also host the most impressive LAN party in history.
Unfortunately, you won’t be able to go into Best Buy and load one of these monitors into the trunk of your car. LG DVLED Extreme Home Cinema screens must be specifically ordered through LG, which I’m sure includes a credit check.