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LG’s new $1+ million DVLED home cinema is extreme in every way possible

Dale Davies |
LG’s Direct View home cinema displays take the guess work out of configuring which DVLED screen is right for you.

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From 2K to 8K configurations with screen sizes from 108” to a show stopping 325”, these solutions come with virtually everything you need, except the popcorn. LG’s direct view fine pitch LED delivers 2K with breathtaking realism. With a total of four size configurations to choose, there is a 2K option that will suit your needs whatever they may be and rest assured what you have in mind you will have on your wall with this brilliant display.

Rest assured that no matter which one you select, your audience will be captivated by the brilliance, high contrast ratio, and broad color spectrum of an LG LED display. LG offers Dual2K Ultra Stretch formats that provide a seamless, double wide viewing experience, taking your screen size up to 196”. While these sizes are those who want their displays in the standard 16:9 aspect ratio, customers can also opt for ultra stretched versions with an aspect ratio of 32:9.

The ultra stretched versions can output multiple video sources without affecting the individual aspect ratios. LG offers hand constructed quality and performance that appeals to those with luxury life The displays will arrive in LG branded flight cases to protect them from damage during transportation. LG will also offer a broad care package to the customers to ensure the Direct View LED Extreme Home Cinema performs optimally. It includes a five year limited warranty.

The price depends on several factors but you have to be ready to more than $1 million for it to enjoy in its beautiful picture. The point is, if you see it live, you will have hard time going home without ordering one. Thes size and the picture quality and the overall impression are better than in a movie theater, and all in comfort in your own home. It can't be better than that and if you want something spectacular to enjoy moving pictures LG is the way to go.

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