Yes but normal TV can still be watched just with black bars at the sides. who cares about watching soaps with a smaller ratio.I think the answer may be that a TV is mainly used to watch, well TV and all broadcast channels are still 16:9. What you are asking for is really a monitor that is 21:9 for video only.
Well, one of the reasons we got widescreen ratios was Hollywood needed to get people into the cinema thanks to 4:3 TV's (allegedly).Think about it all movies well 90% are widescreen/scope ratio we should have 21:9 TV's. I know Phillips once tried but i think should make a comeback, i would buy one i only watch movies.
Clever. But I don't want speakers anyway. I've never minded the black bars, my mate on the other hand hates them and will watch all aspect ratios stretched to fit the screen. Now he thinks everyone is obese, even Posh Spice.Keep your fingers crossed for this then
LG's 2019 4K OLED TV will have speakers that move, ending the misery of black bars