LG Electronics has today announced the expansion of their 2013 Ultra HD line to include the first full-backlit LED array models in 55- and 65-inch class in the US.
The new LG 4K TV 55 and 65 inch models are now for $5,999 and $7,999, respectively in the US and are equipped with a powered 4.1 channel speaker bar that has been designed to appears and then disappears beneath the front lip of the TV when required.
The new Ultra HD TV systems quadruple the resolution of the current Full HD 1080p TVs. Jay Vandenbree, senior vice president, LG Electronics USA, and head of LG’s U.S. home entertainment business explains more about the new LG 4K TVs:
“When we brought the first Ultra HD TV to market last fall, consumer acceptance was surprisingly strong, considering that the 84-inch TV carried a $20,000 pricetag,” -“Now, with a wider range of sizes at more attractive prices, even more consumers can enjoy the amazing picture clarity that Ultra HD TVs provide.”
“LG Electronics’ newest Ultra HD TV series (model LA9700), which is available in 65- and 55-inch class sizes, went on sale for the first time in the United States July 11 at Video & Audio Center in Santa Monica, Calif., for a suggested retail price of $7,999.99 and $5,999.99, respectively”
For more information on the new LG 4K TV range jump over to the LG press release website for details.
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