LG unveils 136-inch 4K MicroLED TV

LG had a good run at last week's CEDIA 2022 home tech expo in Dallas, even winning the conference's best of the best with its high-end, almost enterprise-grade CineBeam HU915QB projector. One of the show awards. Not only that, but LG also showcased its MAGNIT 4K 136-inch luxury TV, which combines AI-enhanced processing, a smart TV platform, and Micro LED technology, promising a "home theater, digital art, and entertainment experience."

Debuting at CEDIA 2022, the 136-inch LG Magnit has already made quite a splash in the world of home theater enthusiasts. It's unclear how much the LG Magnit will cost, and it certainly won't be too cheap.

MicroLED has both the high brightness of QLED and the color saturation and ability to display pure black of OLED. According to data provided by LG, the Magnit can reach a peak brightness of about 2000 nits and supports a native 120Hz refresh rate. It has four HDMI input ports, digital audio output, two USB input ports, and an RS232C port on the back.

Internally, the Magnit uses LG's Alpha a9 artificial intelligence processor, which reduces picture noise while enhancing image quality. The screen also has a dynamic HDR light sensor built in, which can turn up brightness and contrast when it detects a lot of ambient light in the room. Magnit also supports AirPlay 2 and Miracast, allowing you to mirror your phone.

In terms of sound, LG has teamed up with Bang & Olufsen to bundle the Beolab 90 home audio with 18 drivers: 7 tweeters, 7 midrange drivers, and 4 bass drivers that can output sound in all directions. Typically, speakers cost around $85,000 a pair, so a home theater set will cost at least a few hundred thousand dollars.

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