LG has unveiled the world's largest TV – a 325-inch monster screen that will set you back tens of thousands of pounds.
Aimed at "super-luxury" homes, the Extreme Home Cinema is one of the largest LED screens ever made.
It uses Direct View LED technology to deliver a cinema-sized screen at the ultra-HD resolution of an 8K television.
The screen is so big that it lets you watch multiple TV channels at once. Photographs of the TV suggest you could watch up to 20 channels at the same time using what LG calls its UltraStretch feature.
If you don't have a 26 foot high wall in your sprawling mansion – or if you don't have a sprawling mansion – the Extreme Home Cinema scales down to a petite 108 inches, roughly the height of an upright grizzly bear.
"From 2K to 8K configurations with screen sizes from 108" to a show stopping 325", these solutions come with virtually everything you need, except the popcorn", LG said on its website.
LG hasn't listed prices for the Extreme Home Cinema, as each system is custom-made and fitted.
However, it estimates that the warranty, support, installation, and biannual "health checks" will cost around $30,000, or roughly £21,000. If it's anything like LG's rollable OLED TV, it could cost upwards of $100,000.
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It also includes a flight case in case you want to move your giant television elsewhere, and a high-tech LG Controller which gives it smart TV functions.
The LG TV knocks the world's previous largest telly, the 292-inch Samsung Wall, off the top spot.
However, the Extreme Home Cinema may not reign for long, as Samsung has announced a new version of The Wall which can reportedly scale up to 1,000 inches.
This is achieved by using MicroLED panels which can slot together to create a modular screen.
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