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Legendary rockers Kiss launch HDTV: God gave the remote control to you

I wanna rock'n'roll all night and watch crystal clear high-definition TV every day, thanks to the Kiss 1080p HDTV.

I was made for lovin' you baby, and you were made for lovin' HD. Legendary slap-happy rockers Kiss are launching their own range of high-definition televisions, offering members of the Kiss Army crystal-clear 1080p video with an added dose of rock'n'roll.

The 32-, 40- and 46-inch LED TVs will transport you to HD rock city. They boast four HDMI inputs and two USB slots in a Kiss-branded, diamond-styled body. Each time you fire up the TV, the 8-second warm-up displays an image of Kiss in action.

The classic Kiss line-up of Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley, Peter Criss and Ace Frehley are known for their ever-present full make-up. Not content with plastering their faces with slap, the band has become just as well known for plastering their faces on a vast array of merchandise, from comics and pinball machines to Visa cards, Kiss Kondoms and the infamous Kiss Kasket.

The range of TVs mean you can enjoy plenty of crazy, crazy nights of high-definition TV and Blu-ray -- here's hoping the remote control is shaped like a giant axe.

The tellies in Satan's service start at $820 (£520), although delivery to Blighty costs an extra £240. A limited-edition 55-inch version comes with a free 32-inch model, costing $1,990 (£1,260).