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LG‘s special Star Wars edition TV – a reworking of the LG OLED evo 65-inch C2 – will go on sale today at 11AM ET. As we revealed in our May story, the display is the result of a collaboration with licensors Lucasfilm Ltd. Beware, though, that the offer is limited to just 501 units in the US and will be available solely via LG.com for $2,999 at this link.

The Star Wars LG OLED evo TV features a SW universe themed cosmetic design with a special edition branded version of LG’s remote. There is also a gallery of “exclusive” production content and artwork to peruse, with the whole package delivered in a Star Wars and Darth Vader themed box. The remote control user interface mimics that of the lightsaber, and the sound of Darth Vader’s breathing will greet you every time you turn on the TV (guaranteed not to intimidate roommates or family members). Each TV box will include a numbered certificate of authenticity. Let us know in the thread below if you decide to purchase one.

KEF is running another seasonal promotion, known as Sound of Summer, with discount product available from now until August 1st. The Q950 floorstanders (pictured above) are now slashed from $1,099 each to $799.99. The speakers combine the Uni-Q midrange and treble driver with an 8-inch long-throw bass driver and two matching ABRs for “extraordinary depth and clarity”. You can opt for a full walnut-finished home theater package of two Q950s, a pair of Q150 surrounds, a Q250c center and Kube 10b sub plus wireless kit for $3,099.95, reduced from $4,350.

Also, check out the super-thin T205 Sat Pack 5.0 speaker package with a 50% discount at $999.99 and Mu3 earbuds knocked down from $229 to $129.99. You can see the full sale page here.

 

 

 

 

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