This massive folding MicroLED screen is the world’s most extraordinary luxury TV

Hailed as the latest evolution in luxury AV technology, the M1 from C SEED is an extraordinary 165-inch folding 4k MicroLED TV display that marries advanced engineering with high-end design.

Press power and the monster screen rises from the floor, and unfolds to reveal its full 165-inch width.  

Cutting edge 4k MicroLED technology promises vibrant colour and detail, while a special screen surface treatment displays the all-important deep black. Proprietary Adaptive Gap Calibration technology (AGC) renders the borders between the display´s wings totally invisible, says the manufacturer. 

The frame is machined from a solid block of aviation-grade aluminum alloy. It’s available in a choice of four colors with casings to match all tastes, space requirements and settings.

Is it outrageous? Most certainly! Do we want to watch Disney+ on it? Yes, we do.

Proprietary Adaptive Gap Calibration technology renders the borders between the display´s wings totally invisible, says the manufacturer…

The C SEED M1 is the vision of designer Stefan Pani, who says the aim was to be visually coherent, luxuriously minimalist, with exciting, progressively elegant tension.  

The M1 continues the C SEED legacy that started with the award-winning C SEED 201 TV, created by Porsche Design Studio.  C SEED may not be a household name, but has almost a decade of experience in designing and manufacturing luxury TVs for high end indoor, outdoor and superyacht applications. 

“The M1 provides unique entertainment in brilliant quality without compromising the character of a room, the one ideal solution for integrating large TV systems into spacious contemporary interior design”, says C SEED Managing Partner Alexander Swatek. 

The C SEED M1 sells for $400,000. To order yours, visit C SEED online here.

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