LG 3D home theater packages coming to UK in May
LG is attempting to grab the UK 3D market while Panasonic, Sony and Samsung scramble for market and mind share in North America. The company is getting ready to pop out its LX9900 3D TV line this May at roughly the same time as its BX580 Blu-ray player, all in hopes that customers will pick up the whole 3D home theater enchilada at the same time.
The LX9900 will be available in 47- and 55-inch display sizes, complete with 400 Khz TruMotion, 10, 000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, DLBA, Bluetooth, a wireless AV link and, of course, the need for those 3D active shutter glasses. Pricing isn't official just yet, but word on the street is that the 47-inch version will cost in the region of £2500 - £3000 while the 55-incher somewhere in between £3600 - £4000. The Blu-ray player will sit around £350. As for package deals, no word on that either.
I expect we'll find out more before the May shipping date.
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Posted by Justin Davey at March 10, 2010 6:35 PM