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LG Showcases New Range of Home Entertainment Products At IFA 2010


LG has showcased their new range of home entertainment products at IFA trade show 2010, in Berlin, Germany. The products include the latest NANO FULL LED and Plasma TVs, home theater systems, Blu-ray disc players and 3D projectors.

30 August 2010 — At this year’s IFA, LG showcased their new range of home entertainment which include the NANO FULL LED and Plasma TVs, Home Theater Systems and Blu-ray Disc Players, and 3D projectors.

LG is offering customers 3D TVs that are ideal to their needs. Top of the range is LG’s new LEX8, the world’s slimmest (0.88cm) and narrowest bezel (1.25cm) FULL LED TV. In a world first for the TV industry, the LEX8 adds NANO Lighting Technology to LG’s FULL LED backlighting to produce pictures that are brighter, clearer and smoother than ever before. Also on show are the new LEX9, which boasts the biggest LED LCD screen yet at a mouth-watering 72 inches, and the LX9500, the world’s first FULL LED 3D TV, which was unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this year.

Along with the FULL LED models, the PX950N provides effortless, seamless connectivity through NetCast, DLNA certification and a wireless AV link. With these functions, viewers will have access to a growing range of 3D movies and shows, whether they’re online or stored in home digital libraries.

The new LG HX995TZ and HLX55W offer a perfect platform for 3D movies and immersive, cinematic sound, along with the connectivity options of NetCast and DLNA.

The HX995TZ is the top-of-the-range Blu-ray Home Theater System whose exquisite wall-mountable design blends right in with practically any environment. With 1,100 watts of output, it delivers a truly room-filling sound. For consumers looking for the 3D Home Theater experience on a slightly smaller scale, LG also offers the HX995DF, with 2.1 Ch and 560 watts of output.

Cutting a more compact but no less enticing figure is LG’s HLX55W 3D Blu-ray sound bar. Comprising a stylish single black bar with a vertical Blu-ray Disc Player in its center, the HLX55W delivers 3D Blu-ray Disc Playback accompanied by 430-watt audio output and 4.1 Ch full surround sound.

LG has also beefed up its video equipment with three superb 3D-friendly models, the HR550, the BD590 and the BX580. Along with Blu-ray Disc Playback that is equally outstanding in 2D or 3D, the HR550 comes with built-in DVB-T/C/S tuners that eliminate the need for a digital set-top box. The tuners also make it possible for viewers to record a show or movie on one channel – including in 3D – while simultaneously watching a Blu-ray disc. For people who don’t need so much storage space, the BD590 offers all the same superb functions as the HR550, with the sole exception of built-in HDD.

3D Projectors: Bringing 3D Cinema Home

Increasing the 3D options still further, LG’s two 3D projectors – the only selection to offer both Dynamic and CINEMA 3D – bring all the wonder of the 3D cinema experience into the home.

The world’s first one-body, dual-engine CINEMA 3D projector transmitting FULL HD pictures, the CF3D can project an exceptional 2D or 3D picture with a diagonal span that stretches up to 200 inches. With TruMotion 100Hz practically eliminating image blur and 3D Auto Picture Calibration creating optimal brightness and color, the CF3D delivers a crisp, stunning blur-free picture. The CF3D also comes with six free pairs of glasses, meaning users can comfortably watch its wall-covering 3D projection in the company of family and friends.

Source: Korea Newswire

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