The right kind of TV set makes anything you are watching that much better and it’s no secret that LG are one of the best in that business. Those who know me well are aware of just how much I’m obsessed with sports, the English Premier League being a specific huge fave. The new season is well and truly underway and at the time of writing this I’m enjoying a great game between Liverpool and Chelsea… my only wish is it could have been via a much better home entertainment system.
Having launched its new range not too long ago, LG have an array of home entertainment systems that bring difference experiences to life and having had that experience before I can very much attest to that, here’s to hoping we are able to get our hands on one of their new line-up in order to offer a more realistic view of just how much this experience has been ramped up in 2021.
For now the Korean tech giant claim that its OLED experience is able to recreate the authentic football stadium atmosphere thanks to the tech it comes fitted with including self-lit pixels that turn on and off on an individual level to deliver far more luminous colours, infinite contrast, and perfect blacks. They also boast the fastest response times currently on the market, at a near-instantaneous 1 millisecond, which means that their pixels change colours faster to display fast-moving sports scenes with less blur and flickering than backlit LED TV.
Couple that in with their SN11 soundbar (with true 3D audio) that delivers 7.1.4 channels of true surround sound, the experience becomes even more heightened. As previously mentioned, for now I can only attest to this from a previous LG experience with their 55-inch OLED TV which I went into quite a lot of detail on here. That experience left me with a very good impression and I can’t wait to find out what their 2021 line-up has in store, theoretically it sounds exciting, now for the real hands on experience. Unashamedly so, I’m calling out LG, I’m ready and waiting for your call as my 2021 OLED experience is long overdue…
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