Los Angeles / Vienna, June 2017
Luxury electronics specialist C SEED introduces C SEED 262, the world´s largest 4k widescreen TV.
Excellent news for the happy few whose living room is huge enough to accommodate a display with a world record diagonal of 262 inches or 6,65 meters: You can stop thinking big and start thinking giant. The C SEED 262 is here.
Austrian-based luxury electronics brand C SEED has earned worldwide recognition and a prestigious design award with groundbreaking outdoor entertainment systems, collaborating with Porsche Design to launch the world-record C SEED 201 outdoor TV and, recently, teaming up with L-Acoustics to create the amazing C SEED 125 outdoor sound system.
Now these technology innovators have turned their attention to indoors, where up to now conventional wisdom dictated that full cinematic entertainment is only available in a private movie theater in a remote corner of a luxury mansion.
C SEED changes this game, introducing the 262, an enormous 6144 mm by 2574 mm 4k LED TV display with black LED technology for higher contrast, latest UHD technology for a really dynamic picture and a color spectrum far beyond conventional TVs, and ultra-high 800 nits brightness for the perfect viewing experience even in bright daylight conditions.
The unit comes with an integrated 4k media server and six integrated high-end speakers for total quality sound in a 7.1. or 9.1 cinema surround configuration and a motorized custom high end fabric cover to hide the screen at the click of a button.
Effective immediately, the new C SEED 262 is available around the world. C SEED encourages those who are in the market for serious luxury entertainment to turn to www.cseed.tv/indoor-tv for in-depth information.
FACTS & FIGURES:
Screen surface: 6144 mm x 2574 mm
Total TV size: 6144 mm x 2724mm
Resolution: 4096 x 1716 pixels
Screen weight: approx. 800 kg
On-board sound: 6 high end speakers
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