MANILA -- Exceptional visuals and audio are the most crucial elements of a perfect viewing experience. But are you willing to spend P749,990 for it?
Renowned media personality James Deakin says he would, as long as it has the same quality as the 77-inch LG Signature OLED TV, dubbed as the thinnest and biggest OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diodes) TV in the world.
Deakin and some of LG Philippines' top executives spearheaded the launch, highlighting the groundbreaking features of the TV, as well as why it's worth the price.
During his talk, Deakin said the 77-inch LG Signature OLED TV is a good purchase since you won't have to buy anything else but a bag of popcorn.
Moreover, Deakin enthused that a good TV helps us appreciate the artistry that people on and off cam put into their craft -- the music, cinematography, and editing techniques.
"It makes all their hard work pay off because we can see it, we can appreciate it," he quipped.
LG Philippines vice president for home entertainment Tony An, meanwhile, said the 77-inch LG Signature OLED TV aims to recapture the "magic of cinema" by making sure that the original clarity, depth, and imagination of the picture remains intact.
Apart from its OLED technology, the 77-inch LG Signature OLED TV also integrated the Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos systems into the TV, without sacrificing its sleek design. This is the first time that the Dolby Atmos has ever been featured in TV speakers, without sacrificing the its sleek, picture-on-wall design.
With a price as high as a brand new car, the 77-inch LG Signature OLED TV takes viewers on a deluxe ride to a whole new universe of vivid colors and sounds. You can check out this TV at Abenson branches, the official dealer partner of the LG OLED TV.
Other models include the OLED55C7P (149,990), OLED65C7P (P249,990), and OLED65E7P (P299,990).
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