Ive never hung a TV this large before... What is NanoCell 8K?
Today we are giving this MASSIVE TV to some kids who deserve it. Huge thanks to LG for sponsoring this video! TV Prices are here: 86” 4K NanoCell TV: lgnanocell.co/Zacks4K 75” 8K NanoCell TV: lgnanocell.co/Zacks8K (For promotions, click ‘where to buy’.) TV's are everywhere. And the technology for HUGE Tv's is always improving. Today we are going to hang a huge TV on a concrete block wall. Ive never hung a TV this size before... So it should be interesting! Huge thanks to the Boys and Girls Club of Salt Lake for letting me film. I hope you enjoy the TV!
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