Samsung 110-inch Micro LED display now available from Invision

The Samsung 110-inch Micro LED display is now available from Invision with our first sale having already been installed.

Essex-based Sound Advice Audio & Visual Ltd has installed the display in a residential property in Brentwood, Essex.

Using 25 million micrometer-sized LEDs that individually produce light and colour to deliver vibrant colours and a heightened level of clarity and contrast, the 110-inch model is the evolution of Samsung’s Micro LED technology.

The large TV display offers 4K resolution with eight million pixels and expresses 100% of DCI and Adobe RGB colour gamut, resulting in stunning, lifelike colours. It also supports 20-bit greyscale depth.

Tony Sackett, director at Sound Advice, added: “This install has been an exciting one to work on and the team who delivered it on Samsung’s Blue Glove Service were meticulous, as well as the support provided by Mel Smith and the Invision team.

“Our customer is delighted with the quality of image stating that ‘it feels like people are in the room’. As a result, we have a very happy client and I’m a very happy customer.”

Micro LED comes with enhanced features like:

  • Art Mode allows users to display their favourite digital art or photography.
  • Multi View lets users view content in pristine 4K resolution at up to 120fps from four different sources simultaneously – from any or all of the four HDMI ports.

Mark Taylor, commercial director at Invision, said: “We are thrilled to help Tony and the team at Sound Advice with supplying the brand-new 110-inch Micro LED. The quality of the images and the size of the display make it a great application for people who desire the ultimate viewing experience in their home.

“We have been working closely with Samsung on The Wall since 2019 and to see the same Micro LED technology evolve to be available in a fixed display opens the possibilities for applications further.”

The 110-inch was awarded Product of the Year in the 2021 Inavate Inavation Awards’ Display category.