Monday, September 27

LG has a giant 393-inch TV | Digital Trends Spanish

When you talk about giant televisions, you think of 80 or 100 inches. However, LG wanted to impose itself on those numbers and present a 393-inch with DVLED technology.

DVLED is the acronym for Direct-view LED (something like direct view LED, in Spanish) and it is very different from traditional LED screens, since here there is no LCD involved as in common televisions, which use the small LEDs that emit light from below the panel.

In this LG TV, on the other hand, the final image is recreated by millions of LEDs, which according to LG provides a better final quality in terms of brightness and contrast. An example of this are the black tones, since the small LEDs turn off and do not emit any type of light.

Due to their construction and the technology behind these televisions have various resolution settings that are independent of size. The lower resolution versions (Full HD) come in sizes of 81, 136, 147 and 196 inches, while the 4K resolution version has sizes of 163, 217, 294 and 393 inches. And they can also be configured in a dual 32: 9 aspect system, which is basically two screens, side by side, that support multiple video sources.

Meanwhile, there is a version with 8K resolution and 325 inches in size.

LG created these displays primarily as an expensive alternative – we’ll get to the price point – to traditional projectors, which are so far the best way to view images on walls 100 inches or larger.

However, projectors have a problem and that is that they need the space where they are used to have as little lighting as possible. Instead, these LG displays can put out up to 1,200 nits of brightness, similar to a regular TV.

Those interested in any of these devices will have to contact LG directly to plan an installation, because they will not be available for sale to the public through traditional channels. Also, prices are kept secret, but according to CNET the 325-inch 8K version costs $ 1.7 million.

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