Top 3 Most Expensive TVs in the World
The TV is the centerpiece of most living rooms and often the TV is the most expensive TV purchase for one’s home theater system. Modern projection televisions, flat panel LCDs and plasma TVs have come a long way since the black and white tubes which were first introduced in the mid-20th century. Here are top 3 most expensive TVs in the World.
3. Yalos Diamond – $140,000
From Italian company Keymat Industrie comes an most expensive TV studded with 160 real diamonds, totaling 20 carats. This most expensive TV has no visible screws or welds, and the aesthetics are the work of Japanese designer Takahide Sano. This extravagant television can be purchased in sizes up to 46″.
2. Beovision 4-103 – $140,000
At the second of the list most expensive TV is The BeoVision 4-103. Featuring a 103”, 100 Hz plasma screen, this Bang & Olufsen television set acknowledges that size really does matter. Its substantial viewing area isn’t its only feature, though, as the BeoVision 4-103 also features a motorized stand so that you can adjust the viewing angle on the fly. Auto Color Management and Auto Picture Control make sure that you always have the best possible picture, regardless of how much ambient light is in the room or how old the color elements in the plasma screen are.
1. Stuart Hughes’ PrestigeHD Supreme Rose Edition – $2.26 million
Luxury gadgeteer Stuart Hughes is at it again. After recently making a splash with the gold video game consoles, Hughes has tackled the common element that binds us all together–television. This 55″ PrestigeHD television, powered by Metz, is coated in 28 kilograms of 18k rose gold embellished with seventy-two round cut, flawless 1-carat diamonds. This one features only 19 kilograms of 22k yellow gold and the 48 brilliant round cut diamonds are only .75 carats apiece. This most expensive TV also features aventurine and topaz gems, all for $1.5 million.