LG has unveiled an absolutely monster television that would be the envy of every man cave on the planet.
The Extreme Home Cinema really utilises the word 'extreme' as the machine is a whopping 325-inches wide at its biggest.
It has Direct View LED technology and the size is customisable if you wanted it a bit smaller.
"Available in various sizes and performance levels, LG's home cinema displays take the guess work out of configuring which DVLED screen is right for you," the company says on its website.
"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."
You can say that again because a photo of the full-sized TV on a home looks absolutely unreal.
The 325-incher is being targeted at the super-wealthy (what a shock), who will likely have the cash to splash and the wall space to accomodate it.
While LG is staying tight-lipped on how much the biggest version of the Home Cinema will set you back, the installation, warranty and support is estimated to cost US$30,000, so you can let your mind do the wandering.
The company won't release the total cost due to the technology being customisable in terms of size as well a picture quality.
Because of the way the TV is designed, you will have to stick with the standard 16:9 if you want the mega size. But you can also change it to LG's 'UltraStretch' 32:9 format to watch two things at once.
LG's 325-inch TV is a massive step up from Samsung's incredible creation: The Wall.
The company debuted the 219-inch TV back in 2019 and people went understandably nuts at the thought of watching an epic movie or playing video games on that monster.
It also promised to have better quality than 4K thanks to Micro LEDs.
A statement from Samsung read: "These transformative TV displays are made up of individual modules of self-emissive Micro LEDs, featuring millions of inorganic red, green and blue microscopic LED chips that emit their own light to produce brilliant colours on screen.
"The Wall 2019 takes personalisation to the next level, with modular panels that consumers can position in any size or shape to meet their needs.
"These next-generation modular Micro LED displays harness self-emitting technology to create elegant, efficient and powerful screens that are liberated from the limitations of existing technologies."
The price of this bad boy was again kept a secret because of its customisable nature, however TechRadar estimated the 146-inch model would set you back around US$100,000 (£72,500/AU$136,000).
Chosen for YouChosen for You
Most Read StoriesMost Read