LG LAAA 136&
LG LAAA 136&
LG LAAA 136&
LG LAAA 136&
LG LAAA 136&
LG LAAA 136&
LG LAAA 136&

LG LAAA 136'' MAGNIT All-in-One MicroLED Display with webOS, True Black, & AV Control Systems Compatible



  • 1.56 Pixel Pitch
  • Achieve True Black with Black Coating Technology
  • MAGNIT’s Micro Pixel Pitch Technology
  • Alpha 7 Processor

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The LAED Series

LG’s LED All-in-One LAEC series is offered as an all-in-one package including an embedded controller and built-in speaker. After a simple installation process that neither requires controller connections or module configuration, all you need to do is to turn on the screen with the remote control like a home TV. The LG Magnit MicroLED TV comes in two sizes, 136-inch and a 163-inch.

Physical Parameters Pixel Configuration Micro LED
Pixel Pitch 1.56 mm
Screen Resolution (W × H) 1,920 × 1,080
Module Dimensions (W × H) 11.8 x 4.4 / 300 x 112.5
No. of Modules per Cabinet (W × H) 10 × 15 (Total 150)
Screen Dimensions (W x H x D, in. / mm, including Bezel)) 118.3 x 69 x 2.2 (Thickest 2.3) / 3,005 x 1,742 x 54.9 (Thickest 57.4)
Screen Surface Area (ft² / m²) 54.5 / 5.063
Screen Weight 418.9 / 190
Physical Pixel Density 409,600 pixels/m²
Flatness of Cabinet ±0.2 mm
Cabinet Material Steel
Service Access Front
Optical Specifications Max. Brightness after calibration 500 / (Peak.) 1,000
Color Temperature 3,200 - 9,300 K
Visual Viewing Angle (Horizontal) 160°
Visual Viewing Angle (Vertical) 160°
Brightness Uniformity 95%
Color Uniformity ±0.015 Cx, Cy
Contrast Ratio 25,000 : 1 @ 10lux
Processing Depth 20 (HDR10, HDR10 Pro)
Electrical Specifications Max Power Consumption 1,050
Avg. Power Consumption 500 W
Power Consumption 208 W/m²
Heat Dissipation (BTU/h/Screen, Max.) 3,583
Heat Dissipation (BTU/h/Screen, Avg.) 710
Power Supply 100 to 240 Vac
Frame Rate 50 / 60 Hz
Refresh Rate 3,840 Hz
Operation Specifications Lifetime (Half Brightness) Up to 100,000 hours
Operating Temperature 32°F to 104°F  /  0°C to +40°C
Operating Humidity 10-80% RH
IP Rating (Front / Rear) IP50 / IP20
Speakers Built-in (10 W + 10 W)
Certifications Safety 60950-1, EMC Class A, BS 476 Part 7 Class 1
Environment RoHS
Controller Embedded
I/O Port HDMI (3), DP (1), USB, LAN, RS-232C In/Out, IR, Optical Digital Audio Out
Wi-Fi / Bluetooth Yes
Side by Side Installation Yes (1 × N)
3rd Party Compatibility Crestron Connected®

Key Features


LG MAGNIT’s Micro Pixel Pitch Technology offers remarkable visual precision. Our advanced LED chips provide impressive detail and precise light control, delivering crystal-clear images on the display. With true color expression, every hue is rendered with stunning clarity and depth, providing a true-to-life visual experience. Enjoy the fineness of display technology with LG MAGNIT.


LG MAGNIT's innovative Chip Transfer and Surface Treatment Technology enhances white uniformity and reduces color distortion across a wide viewing angle, delivering true and precise viewing experiences. This technology ensures remarkable color uniformity, resulting in superb image quality.


LG MAGNIT's advanced and precise method for direct bonding micro-sized chips onto circuit boards, combined with the black coating technology and reduced spacing between the chips and the board, creates a stunning black expression that stands out compared to SMD-type LED displays. This makes it the ideal choice for displaying content that requires true black color, ensuring that every image is rich, vibrant, and true to life.


The Alpha 7 Intelligent Processor adopts deep learning AI capability from LG's TV technology to analyze and recognize incoming content and optimize image clarity and sharpness.


The LAAA series is a 136-inch large screen which is offered as an all-in-one package including an embedded controller and built-in speaker. After a simple installation process that neither requires controller connections or module configuration, all you need to do is to turn on the screen with the remote control like a home TV.


The LAED series supports Crestron Connected®* for high compatibility with professional AV controls to achieve virtually seamless integration and automated control**, boosting business management efficiency.

* Initial setting from display is required for Crestron Connected® compatibility.
** Network based control
*** Crestron Connected® sold separately.


Direct View LED displays eliminate the LCD panel, instead using a surface array of LEDs as the actual display pixels. This allows for incredible contrast, vibrant colors, and brightness levels several times that of LCDs.

Pixel pitch describes the density of the pixels (LED clusters) on an LED Display and correlates with resolution. Sometimes referred to as pitch or dot pitch, the pixel pitch is the distance in millimeters from the center of a pixel to the center of the adjacent pixel. Since pixel pitch indicates the amount of space between two pixels, a smaller pixel pitch means there is less empty space between pixels. This equates to higher pixel density and improved screen resolution.

  • Pixel pitch refers to the density of pixels
  • A smaller pixel pitch indicates higher pixel density and higher resolution
  • Pixel pitch is important because it influences viewing distance
  • The smaller the pixel pitch, the closer the viewing distance
  • The optimal viewing distance of your screen informs the pixel pitch value

From our partners at Planar

Smaller pixel pitch universally provides greater resolution, but is more expensive. Materials and production costs are higher for smaller pixel pitch since more LED clusters are required to create a higher pixel density.

Consumers can get the best value for their LED screen by determining the optimal viewing distance of their screen. The optimal viewing distance is the point where image fidelity is retained, but if the observer moved much closer, the image quality would decrease or the screen would appear pixelated.

For example, a display with interactive touch solutions will need a low pixel pitch to produce crisp images for the nearby audience. On the other hand, an LED screen displayed above viewers, like one hung in an arena, could get away with a higher pixel pitch. The short answer is that a smaller pixel pitch will always give you better quality image, but the investment will not be fully appreciated if the screen is not seen from a sufficiently close enough distance.

There are three methodologies used in the industry to determine acceptable viewing distance:

  • 10x Rule - this is a shorthand method for calculating an approximate estimate of the Visual Acuity Distance.
    The calculation is: Pixel Pitch x 10 = Approximate Viewing Distance in Feet
  • Visual Acuity Distance – also known as retina distance, this is a formulated calculation of the distance a person with 20/20 vision must move away from an LED screen to see a coherent image that is not pixelated.
    The calculation is: Pixel Pitch x 3438 = Visual Acuity in Millimeters. 
  • The Average Comfortable Viewing Distance – this is an estimate of what would be a comfortable viewing distance for most people. This is a subjective estimate and will take into account variables like a person’s eye sight, resolution of content and type of content.

From our partners at Planar

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