LG’s $1.7 Million 325 Inch 8K TV Provides Full-Wall Entertainment
In light of the pandemic, more and more people have been looking into making their homes their very own cozy fortress with all the necessary design and entertainment elements. A new option is taking techies and TV-lovers by surprise on this course, LG’s 325-inch 8K DVLED TV LG.
DV, Direct View, is the electronics maker’s newest LED product. The Extreme Home Cinema TV sets are humongous in terms of a “home” television, measuring 325 inches diagonally. The televisions are ultra-cool and uber large, and they come with a high price tag of $1.7 million.
At the cinema, the projector gives us a taste of what a wall-to-wall screen experience is like. Wall-sized televisions have been more or less a reality for some time, but they’ve been neither this large nor this clear.
The panel of the new television can show one full image or be broken into several picture-in-picture options, complete with customizable shapes to add to the fun.
Traditional LED televisions use an LCD layer to make the pixels, but the new model by LG uses LED diodes (three to a pixel) for the process. As a result, the colors are brighter and more vivid. The contrast is more true to real life. The best part? A burn-in is not as likely.
With a whole lot of square inches (3,767 max) to cover, the number of LED diodes required for the job ranges from two million to 33 million. There are a few options on the menu, however.
- Full-HD comes from 81 inches to 215 inches
- A 4K choice offers 162 to 325 inches in size
- The 8K model is only available in the largest format, 325 inches
The top-notch DVLED model has 33 million LED diodes. 325 inches of screen translates to dimensions of 23.6 feet by 13.3 feet. You’re not going to be able to carry this one in from the car as it weighs in at a whopping 2,222 pounds. By the way, the installation requires special training!
With a television this big sitting in the living room, one might worry about a dead diode or some other tech problem that could spring up. No need to sweat! The television comes with a free five-year customer package (an estimated value of $30,000).
It was CNET who reported the best-in-class model would be priced at an estimated $1.7 million. That’s a big chunk of change for an at-home entertainment system; the naysayers might find their money better invested in stocks, luxury watches, or supercharged sports cars.
Nevertheless, if you have the budget, and the free wall space, consider getting this jumbo screen for your next viewing party. All that’s left to do is butter up your popcorn, kick back, and relax!
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