LG announced Arrival of TV Magnit 136 in Brazilstrengthens its huge screen catalog in the country. The model focused on the luxury residential market, Costs starting from R$1.5 million.
Combining sophisticated design with advanced features, The new screen of the South Korean brand is 136 inches, 4K resolution and Micro LED technology with more than 24 million LEDs.. The promise is to deliver an “unprecedented visual experience,” as the manufacturer claims.
The model also features an all-black coating instead of the RGB LED found in traditional monitors, providing 150,000:1 contrast, resulting in more vibrant colors and deep blacks. LG a9 AI processor uses deep learning technology to optimize the image according to installation site conditions.
120 Hz refresh rate, 2000 nits peak brightness and HDR10 Pro support are among the other features of the screen. The LG Magnit 136 is also TÜV Rheinland certified for low blue light emissions.It offers better visual comfort even during feature films, TV shows and gaming sessions.
Regarding the operating system, the novelty runs WebOS 6.0 and comes with several pre-installed apps such as Netflix, Disney+, Prime Video, and YouTube, among others. It is also compatible with: Screen sharing via Apple AirPlay 2 and MiracastIt enables one-touch streaming of mobile content and can view photos like a digital gallery.
In terms of connectivity, there are four HDMI ports, including eARC, as well as two USB ports, RS-232C input, digital audio output, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi. The LAN port is another alternative that allows you to connect the TV to your TV. Wired internet for greater signal stability is a useful thing in online games.
LG hasn’t released details about the giant smart TV’s audio, but the owner said: Option to purchase Bang & Olufsen speakers separately helps provide an immersive experience.
Source: Tec Mundo
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