100-inch TVs are, like, so last year. Samsung has just unveiled the mother of all TVs (at the time), which is a Cinema LED screen at a massive 10.3 meters (406-inches). It features all the bells and whistles of a high-end TV such as a resolution of 4096 x 2160 (4K), HDR, and a peak brightness of 146 fL.
This cinefile-grade TV offers a distortion-free experience with accurate whites, bright colors, and deep blacks with a “nearly infinite contrast ratio” as said by Samsung. Aside from the video quality, the TV brand has also enlisted the help with JBL by Harman for the audio sound of things. Its new speakers are positioned around the screen instead of the bottom features proprietary sound tech and “Sculpted Surround Sound” from JBL to provide more immersive audio.
No price has been announced yet, but it’s safe to say that this may replace many projector-based cinemas in the more high-end parts of town. Frankly, most of us can’t probably afford this if it ever becomes available in the consumer market, but if I had the money, I’d only probably use this to watch, you know, adult content.