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LG Electronics announced pricing and availability for its 2016 “LG SUPER UHD TV” series, the company’s premium line of LED-backlit LCD 4K UHD TVs, which were previewed at CES® 2016. Available starting this month, LG SUPER UHD TV models feature LG’s most advanced LED picture quality ever and offer the first complete high dynamic range (HDR) experience with support for both DolbyVision™ and HDR10.
The entire LG SUPER UHD lineup boasts LG’s advanced IPS 4K Quantum display technologies, which enhance color reproduction. It also features a 10-bit processing power to give LG SUPER UHD TVs the capability to render more than one billion possible colors for an impressive level of realism. The top-tier models feature the new UniScreen design that seamlessly integrates the panel and body. With a bezel so thin, a more immersive experience is possible because the viewer perceives that the TV screen is floating. LG SUPER UHD TV series feature Super HDR technology, enabling these sets to show next-generation HDR content that has been specially mastered to reveal brighter brights and darker blacks with greater shadow detail for a more cinematic experience. Super HDR combines LG’s ULTRA Luminance technology to boost peak brightness and improved black level performance along with LG Color Prime Plus technology to heighten HDR performance and incorporates Dolby Vision technology, making them the first sets compatible with all HDR formats currently available.*
The 2016 LG SUPER UHD lineup comprises three series (UH9500, UH8500, UH7700) with nine models in 55- to 86-inch class screen sizes. Beginning later this month, 55-, 60- and 65-inch class models from the new UH8500 and UH7700 series will be available for purchase at retail stores nationwide. Additional LG SUPER UHD TV models will be available, including a 75-inch class model from the UH8500 series and the entire UH9500 series 86- and 65-inch class models, will be available later this year.