A television for outside must of course have a number of different features than a television that you have in the living room. For example, Samsung The Terrace has an ip55 certificate and is therefore reasonably resistant to water. In addition to the ip55 standard, this model must continue to operate between -31 and +50 degrees Celsius.
Another point is the brightness of the image. A screen is often difficult to read in the bright sun. The Terrace has a high brightness of 2,000 nits. This should ensure realistic colors and a razor-sharp image, regardless of the circumstances. The Direct Full Array backlighting provides deep contrast. The glare of the sun is further blocked by a special anti-reflection. Adaptive Picture must further adapt the image to the lighting conditions.
The Terrace is also equipped with all the smart functions you would expect from a Samsung QLED TV. You can connect your Samsung smartphone to the TV by tapping it against the edge of the screen. You also have access to Samsung’s Smart Hub and various apps. You can use a CI + module and with HDBase T you should be able to receive the image and sound from the decoder up to 100 meters in the garden. All connections are further concealed and have protection against moisture and dust.
Optionally, you can expand The Terrace with the The Terrace Soundbar that you can connect via bluetooth or wifi. This 3-channel soundbar has a power of 210W.
Price and availability of Samsung The Terrace
The Terrace QLED 4K TV will be available from April in three sizes, namely 55-, 65- and 75-inch. The smallest model has a suggested retail price of 3,999 euros. The 65-inch has a price of 4,999 euros and the largest 75-inch has a suggested retail price of 6,499 euros. The soundbar is optionally available for 999 euros.