Etsy seller AstroVintageWood puts modern LCD TV screens and soundbars inside of 1960s-style wooden television cabinets. We love the mid-century modern details like the cloth speaker grille and “Selector” knob on the front. Each set is custom built to order and can be equipped with a 19″, 24″ or 32″ display.
Vizio’s M7 and M8 Quantum TVs offer an amazing price to performance ratio, with crisp and bright 4K video, full-array local dimming, and quantum dot tech for vibrant images and a wide gamut of 1.07 billion colors. They also pack SmartTV apps, Chromecast, Apple Airplay 2, and voice control. Full review on Technabob.
Love Hulten’s Yesterday Vision is an HDMI monitor with an enclosure that looks like it was made in the 1960s or 1970s. It has a built-in Raspberry Pi that’s loaded with a retro video game emulator. By default, it comes with a 19″ 1280×1024 display, but you can commission larger builds.
The pinnacle of performance from one of the best TV makers out there – the new Vizio P-Series Quantum offers 4K and Dolby Vision HDR, quantum dot tech, 192 local dimming zones, and brightness output up to 2000 nits, making it the most vibrant display Vizio has ever made.
The Aftermaster Pro is a small gadget that will enhance your TV’s sound, especially if you’re using its built-in speakers. It automatically increases the volume and depth and clarifies dialogue. Simply plug it in between your source and your TV and you’re good to go.
It’s not as thin as LG’s wallpaper TV, but Sony’s upcoming A1E is a sight to behold as well. It’s also rocking an OLED display for excellent blacks and viewing angles. It has a kickstand that also houses its guts, keeping the display itself thin and nearly borderless.
LG’s new “wallpaper” TV gets its moniker from the fact that its OLED panel is just 0.1″ thick – it’s so thin it can only be wall-mounted. All of its ports and other electronics are integrated into a Dolby Atmos 4.2 soundbar, connected by a skinny ribbon cable. Available in 65″ or 75″.
The latest displays from LG not only offer the bright colors, inky blacks, and slim profile OLED tech is known for, but these sets support the “next big thing” – high dynamic range capability – where contrast between the brightest and darkest areas is unlike anything you’ve seen.