Biggest OLED TV from Loewe to date

The German equivalent of B&O launches the company's largest luxury OLED TV to date.

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Biggest OLED TV from Loewe to date

German Loewe often walks a different path with lifestyle products at the more expensive end of the scale. That’s also the case here with the new Loewe bild i.77 dr+ TV. The specifications are impressive. The TV uses an Ultra HD OLED panel and supports HLG, HDR 10 and Dolby Vision – and there’s a built-in 1TB hard drive recorder for pausing live TV.

The TV can also be placed on Loewe’s stylish floor stand. (Photo: Loewe)

There’s in-built voice assistant, a stylish remote control and built-in apps like Apple TV+, YouTube, Zattoo, HD+, Netflix, Amazon Prime, DAZN, FIFA+0 and Disney+ on the menu. Plus, there’s a built-in soundbar. If you want even better sound in the room, you can expand it with Loewe’s home cinema sets, 553 and 531 or Loewe klang bar5 mr with klang sub5 or klangbar 3 mr.

Loewe audio components all support Dolby Atmos with up to 5.1.2 surround channels as well as HDMI eARC for extended audio formats with up to 1,360 watts of total music power. They say.

Placement on a pole can handle room heights of up to 2.9 metres (Photo: Loewe)

One of the key reasons to choose a Loewe TV is its unique design. Loewe is all about style, and the bild i.77 dr+ is no exception with a design that impresses all around. The rear panel is lacquered and fabric-covered and, of course, there’s a magnetic cable management cover so no unsightly wires can distract from the TV’s sleek and attractive build.

When it comes to installation, we’ve thought of everything. The TV can either be wall-mounted with Loewe’s tiltable wall bracket, free-standing using a pedestal-style floor stand, or placed on a floor-to-ceiling pole stand that can be height-adjusted to suit different room heights.

The price is listed at €5,999

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