World Wide Stereo Gets 4K Regional Exclusive

By Greg Tarr On Jul 15 2013 - 4:46pm




Ardmore, Pa. — Retailer World Wide Stereo said Monday they will be their region’s exclusive retailer for Samsung’s 85-inch 4K Ultra High-Definition television.

World Wide, which is located on Philadelphia’s Main Line, offers an interactive showroom and the sales expertise necessary to highlight and educate consumers on a television of this caliber. The store offers an array of quality, high-performance products and new technologies.

The flat-panel Samsung 85-inch television features enhanced-resolution 4K content and is priced at $39,995.

Pricing includes a full installation by World Wide Stereo technology experts in addition to a final quality control review by a Samsung representative.

“We are delighted to exclusively feature this impressive product in our newest showroom,” stated Bob Cole, World Wide Stereo founder and president. “This television encapsulates the high performance and accurate picture quality that is synonymous with the products and expertise that World Wide Stereo offers at retail.” 

He added, “With its exceptional color rendition and brilliant contrast, we are honored that World Wide Stereo has been selected to showcase this limited item to our customers.”

The set is on display now, but the retailer said high popularity from rave reviews for the set have it on a seven-week waiting period.

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