A lot has happened in recent years, especially in the area of luxury TV. Who still wants to watch films and series on a mini-screen?
What Characterizes A Quality TV?
Looking good is one thing – but what is much more important is that the picture and sound quality is also convincing. There are several aspects to consider here. Expensive televisions often have 4K, a particularly high resolution. OLED displays, which are currently still quite expensive, are not as widespread. If you like it realistic, you might opt for a curved TV – these ones not only look classy, but also transmit the image as vividly as possible due to the curved shape. Various extras such as sports or movie mode ensure great surround sound and image reproduction in quality.
How Much Inches Should The Luxury TV Have?
As for size, it can’t be big enough for many. Typical50 or 55 inch devices are still quite popular. But the run goes more and more towards 60 or 80 inches. 82 inch curved TV s are a trend with luxury TV lovers. Understandable, because the home cinema naturally gets better the larger the screen. Everyone has to decide for themselves whether such an large model is really necessary. The number of luxury television brands is huge. The luxury TV models are available from well-known manufacturers such as Samsung, Sony, LG and Philips.
The Serif From Samsung
The televisions from the Serif from Samsung not only have different colored removable frames. If the device is switched off, the screen shows decorative content – and thus becomes an additional piece of furniture. Casual: The cables are hidden in the feet so that they do not interfere with the look.
OLED + 934 From Philips
With the OLED + 934 from Philips, the boxes are integrated in a separate base. The speakers themselves come from the British company Bowers & Wilkins and have distinguished themselves in various controls with a very special sound quality.
Panasonic Transparent Television
A transparent screen that only comes to life at the push of a button and shows the picture – Panasonic has already presented a prototype of this innovation. This opens up completely new possibilities for integrating TV models into the living environment. For example, the glass door of a shelf could serve as a screen in the future. Even installation in window areas is conceivable in the future, according to Panasonic.
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