The results of a recent study revealed that four out of five consumers preferred LG CINEMA 3D TVs to both Samsung and Sony’s active 3D televisions. In light of the findings, LG Electronics has just unveiled 2 new CINEMA 3D home entertainment packages containing an LG CINEMA 3D HDTV, a 3D Blu-ray disc player and four pairs of 3D glasses.
As Priya Lopes over on the vadvert.co.uk website recently noted, the LG CINEMA 3D home entertainment package does in fact come with the option of a 47-inch or 55-inch LG CINEMA 3D HDTV. Meanwhile, the LG 3D Blu-ray disc player will enable users to watch 3D Blu-ray disc movies in full high-definition 1080p resolution picture quality.
The LG Blu-ray player – which can play both 2D and 3D Blu-rays and DVDs – can also upscale DVD movies to near HD quality. In addition to this, the 3D HDTV has the ability to convert 2D content to 3D. LG’s CINEMA 3D polarized glasses are similar to the 3D glasses used in cinemas, in the respect that they do not have a battery and won’t ever need charging.
What’s more is that since the LG 3D glasses don’t need to sync with an emitter, users can watch their favorite movies from wide angles in the room. The company’s 3D Light Boost – a thin film that covers the screen – will provide users with a superior 3D viewing experience, by helping to counteract dimness that can sometimes occur with 3D content.
The CINEMA 3D HDTV also features TruMotion 120Hz technology, which delivers extra sharp detail to even the fastest of moving scenes. This of course enables users to play video games and watch sports and high-speed action movies with virtually no motion blur. It also comes with Intelligent Sensor, which automatically optimizes picture brightness for a more enjoyable viewing experience.
As for availability and pricing, the LG CINEMA 3D home entertainment package will be available to purchase this month in both 47-inch and 55-inch screen sizes. The suggested retail prices of the two packages are $1,399.99 and $1,899.99 respectively. Would you buy the LG CINEMA 3D home entertainment package?
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