Is there anything with a display that is too big? LG’s new Direct View LED Extreme home theater monitor series is the latest product to test this problem, and the most expensive set-up cost is as high as the actual cost Cinema, Or somewhere near the price of the helicopter you might want to use to airlift the new TV to the roof.
Yes, these are real products that LG sells to anyone with a large enough bank account. Although the power consumption, nightmarish maintenance and the need to stretch your neck before you play Deathloop are terrible, having a stupid big TV with its own track is a hellish bend.
The size of the theater monitor in this series Start Up to 81 inches, the resolution ranges from 2K to 8K, all the way to 589 inches of high-fidelity overkill.They are the most absurd display we have seen from LG because they show $87,000 rollable OLED TV last year. What makes Direct View LEDs better than your usual LED TVs is that they provide higher brightness and contrast, and are designed for rooms with many windows (you know, like your giant glass mansion) and high ambient lighting .
If you prefer an ultra-wide screen, you can use the Dual4K ultra-stretch screen, which can be combined to span a 589-inch living room wall or over 70 feet Eternal doom If this is a simpler visual effect.
Anyone who wants to make the game room of their mansion face the future should look at the 325″ 8K home theater monitor, which dwarfs your local movie theater with its wide viewing angle of 160 degrees. The monitor weighs more than 2,000 pounds and has a brightness of more than 1200 nits. Does not include sunscreen.
Each screen comes with a controller equipped with LG’s WebOS, this is LG’s high-resolution content playback interface, which can be plugged into PlayStation 5 or Extreme gaming computer Or stream all your favorite shows.
LG Electronics USA’s vice president in charge of DVLED displays said: “This is indeed a super sports car with home display technology. It offers hand-built quality and performance that attracts those who pursue a luxurious lifestyle. They not only want to be there, but also Also highly unique.”, Dan Smith in a press release. “LG DVLED Extreme home theater display technology has a rated service life of 100,000 hours before reaching its half-life, which means it can provide stunning visual effects for more than ten years.”
After installation, you will receive on-site training, two annual “health checks” for three years, LG Connected Care (allowing LG to remotely monitor your display performance) and a five-year warranty. According to LG, the value of these services is approximately US$30,000.
You might be wondering how much these ridiculous screens cost?Well, Smith told our friends Technology Radar The price of Extreme Home Cinema starts at approximately US$70,000 and can reach up to US$1.7 million. Yes, at the price of an ordinary yacht, you can also host the most impressive LAN party in history.
Unfortunately, you won’t be able to walk into Best Buy and pack one of the displays into the trunk of your car. LG DVLED Extreme home theater monitors must be specially ordered by LG, I’m sure this involves a credit check.