International Fair for Furniture and Interior Design
Hall G2 features the largest commercial plasma TV screen in the world
The largest plasma display in the world is presented at the MOBITEX exhibition in Hall G2, by Studio Jasyko who are a regular participant in this exhibition. This commercial Panasonic TH- 152UX1 has 152 inches (386 cm) in diagonal and is designed for home theatres.
"The TV includes B & W 800 Diamond speakers with diamond tweeters, Classe amplifiers and Crestron smart house control system," said Michal Jakubec from the Jasyko company. Beside the unique Panasonic 3D features, the luxuriously large display additionally provides 4Kx2K image resolution, i.e. 4096 x 2160 pixels to display high resolution video with 17:9 aspect ratio. This is in line with the DCI standard for digital cinema. Its size corresponds to a wall composed of nine 50-inch displays (3x3). Perfect play of colours and smooth movement are ensured by accurate 30-bit image processing. Technical specifications are as follows: 152 inches diagonal, 17:9 aspect ratio, an effective display area of 3416x1801 mm, 4,096 x2, 160 (4K2K) resolution, 5 000 000:1 contrast, 68 billion colours, sizes 3.600 x1980x147 mm and weight 577 kg (without stand). The price of this home theatre is CZK 15 million and 1 million for the stand. "This giant will be delivered by our company with the help of special equipment and a crane exactly to the place you choose. In addition, the owner will receive a bonus of a new BMW car worth about 1.5 million," said Jakubec.
Control applications for intelligent homes by iPad, iPhone, touch screen or buttons on the wall are very convenient and efficient. Engineers put emphasis on safety and energy savings. Control can be applied on lighting, blinds, temperature curves, cameras, building security and other technologies. " Everyone can choose the music or films to their liking from a list stored in an HDD library which is independent for each room. In addition, you can click on the logo to start the sauna on your way home from work to look at your mobile to see who is at the entrance to the house and talk to them, even if you are in Prague or Australia, and even let visitors into the building. When leaving the house, you can turn off the sound, lights, potentially dangerous sockets or a hob, air conditioning, heating, or activate their power saving mode. This system is of course to be seen at the Studio Jasyko stand in Hall G2 together with the largest plasma panel in the world.
This company also presents a new television brand in the Czech and Slovak markets at MOBITEX for the first time. These are products by Hisense Company, founded in 1969. Since then, it became one of the largest firms, with more than 69 thousand employees. Its strong portfolio consists of television sets, air conditioning, refrigeration and mobile phones. Last year, the income of the company reached $ 11.3 trillion. Products are exported to more than 130 countries.
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