The universe is so much bigger than you realize: Philips OLED+937

Recommended viewing: the absurdist comedy-drama *Everything Everywhere All at Once*. Preferably on the new OLED+937 from Philips with innovative Ambilight technology. Definitely seventy-seven inches, though sixty-five will do just fine.

Then you stand a pretty good chance at catching all the zany ideas of Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, the duo of directors collectively known as Daniels. And because the Bowers & Wilkins sound system has also been improved, for the first time featuring left and right side-firing drivers for true 5.1.2 playback, we think we can even hear the silent conversation between the two stones in the desert.

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