Peerless-AV UltraView UHD Outdoor TVs Offer 4K Resolution
Peerless-AV UltraView UHD outdoor TVs are upgrades offering 4K resolution, full support of HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2 in 49-, 55- and 65-inch sizes.
Peerless-AV has announced its latest line of all-season outdoor TVs, the UltraView UHD Outdoor TV, equipped with 4K resolution and support of HDMI 2.0 and HDCP 2.2.
With a high TNI and IPS panel, the TV thrives in all conditions and sun positioning, without the risk of isotropic blackout or loss of color accuracy, according to the company.
The TV withstands temperature fluctuations from -22°F to 122°F with its aluminum construction, which also prevents discoloration. There is no need to change filters or service the TV, creating a maintenance-free outdoor entertainment solution.
“Building off of the first iteration of the UltraView Outdoor TVs, we sought to create a solution that was exceptional for residential and light commercial use,” says Todd Mares, director of emerging technologies, Peerless-AV. “The 4K resolution and weather-proof design enable even more flexibility in designing an outdoor space, as the TVs can withstand the elements and still provide incredible brightness and screen clarity – creating an affordable and high quality option.”
The televisions are available in 49-inch, 55-inch, or 65-inch versions. They include internal speakers that provide excellent sound without detracting from the TV’s aesthetics, according to the company.
An expanded input compartment offers additional space for housing third-party control devices.
The UltraView UHD Outdoor TVs also come with a waterproof and dustproof universal remote that can be programmed to control up to three additional devices.
The three sizes of UltraView UHD Outdoor TVs are available through Peerless-AV direct sales representatives and authorized distribution networks.
Peerless-AV also makes the Xtreme Outdoor Soundbar, which is the only outdoor powered soundbar on the market. It features a universal mounting option, making it an ideal companion piece for the UltraView Outdoor TVs.
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