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LG Manufactures TV Costing $1.7 Million 

LG has planned to manufacture Direct View LEDs. This television is the home cinema display, which ranges in size from a huge 108-inch HD screen to an obscene 325-inch 8K panel that costs an eye-watering $1.7 million.

The device weighs in at over 2,000 pounds. The company has previously reserved these displays for commercial buyers, but now it will sell them to anyone who has the money. These big screen sizes mean the home theatre displays will not fit in all the houses, a limitation that’s likely to have a lot to do with the display technology they’re using.

Instead of using an LCD layer to create pixels and lighting it with separate LEDs, these displays just use LEDs. This is similar to the one in Samsung’s The Wall and Sony’s Crystal LED lineup. This new display has a display with better contrast levels like the ones in the OLED display because individual pixels can turn off entirely to create deeper black levels without the risk of burn-in. The peak brightness output for most of these LG screens sits at 1,200 nits, which is comparable to a regular high-end TV.

Most of the screens are offered in a regular 16:9 aspect ratio, but LG is also selling 32:9 versions; with this, consumers can watch two video feeds side by side. LG will ship it to the consumers as a full-on flight case. All in all, it’s a package that almost starts to make LG $100,000 rollable OLED TV look reasonable in comparison.

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