Is named Direct View LED (DVLED) Extreme Home Cinema Display, and it is a technological solution from LG with which screens that go from 108 to an impressive 325 inches.
These screens, aimed at large (and predictably exorbitant prices) home theater facilities, make use of millions of LEDs (between 2 and 33 million) to create a giant image that can support resolutions from 2K to 8K.
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These new screens will be offered in 16: 9 format —Although they can also be placed so that the final format is 32: 9 thanks to its modular panel system— and it is also possible to find them in different diagonals, the most spectacular being that 325-inch screen that is already close to those of about cinemas that usually start at 540 inches.
As our colleagues from Xataka Smart Home explain, this technology is different from that used in conventional LED LCD televisions: with DVLED self-emitting pixels are used that do not need a backlight, which increases contrast and eliminates problems of blooming.
In LG they have not offered data on the price of these screens, but according to Gizmodo those prices go from $ 70,000 to $ 1.7 million depending on the size and resolution of the screen. The solution is of course a competitor to Samsung The Wall, Samsung’s gigantic modular MicroLED panel.
That price includes by the way an ATA certified trunk and specially designed to transport these screens without problems, and to manage them includes a device called LG Controller based on webOS that allows you to take full advantage of that multimedia experience.
Via | Engadget
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