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LG has just unveiled a HUGE 325-inch television, The Manc

LG has just unveiled a HUGE 325-inch television

As mad as it sounds, LG has just unveiled a brand-new flat screen television – and has a whopping 325-inch display.

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Arriving to the market as the only product fit to rival the “super-size bespoke display” of Samsung’s recently-launched ‘The Wall’ TV, multimedia company LG has unveiled a Direct View LED (DVLED) Extreme Home Cinema line that’s said to be aimed at “super-luxury” homes right across the globe.

And at the heart of the new line is a huge 325-inch flat screen television.

Really taking the word ‘extreme’ literally, the television has a Direct View LED technology and the size is customisable too, if you wanted it a bit smaller.

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“Available in various sizes and performance levels, LG’s home cinema displays take the guess work out of configuring which DVLED screen is right for you,” a description for the new line reads on the company’s website.

“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 has just unveiled a HUGE 325-inch television, The Manc
LG’s DVLED Extreme Home Cinema line is said to be aimed at “super-luxury” homes / Credit: LG

Even though the size of the screen is customisable, as mentioned, the 325-inch TV is being targeted at “super-luxury” homes – the types of houses that will likely have the cash to splash and the wall space to accommodate a screen of that size.

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If you quite like the sounds of the new television and are thinking of forking out to upgrade your home entertainment offering, LG is unfortunately staying pretty tight-lipped on how much the biggest version of the Home Cinema will set you back.

The installation, warranty and support is estimated to cost US$30,000 (£21,772) so you can gather it’s not cheap.

LG is apparently not releasing the total cost of it all due to the technology being customisable in terms of size as well a picture quality.

So, because of the way the TV is designed, you will have to stick with the standard 16:9 if you want the largest size, but you can also change it to LG’s ‘UltraStretch’ 32:9 format if to watch two things at once.

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LG is currently not taking orders for these DVLED home sets, but keep your eyes peeled.

Featured Image – LG

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