Bang and Olufsen: Beovision Harmony

Bang and Olufsen is a renowned technological brand offering buyers nothing but the best in the sector. The Danish designers are releasing a new Beovision Harmony, designed for the ultimate cinematic and immersive audio visual experience. Available in four colours and 3 different sizes, this new TV is sure to sell out quickly.

Beovision Harmony
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The television is based on mid-century entertainment cabinets that hide the TV behind delicate blinds to fully integrate with the living room. The four colours available include Natural Oak Wood, Fabric, Smoked Oak and Walnut, making it easier to match the TV with its surroundings. The Beovision Harmony fuses stellar audio and vivid images into a full-bodied cinematic performance. The sound centre consists of a 3-channel sound system, which delivers a speech-optimised centre channel and powerful stereo performance. 

Movies, sporting events and must-see shows are brought to striking new life with the latest 4K OLED screen technology from LG. However, the 88-inch features an 8K OLED panel, which promises to produce a picture that is four times clearer than current 4K displays and 16 times clearer than HDTV. Buyers will be able to play music directly from their mobile device via Apple Airplay 2, Bluetooth or Chromecast built-in. In audio-mode, things like radio stations and artist information are displayed on the part of the screen still visible behind the speaker fronts.

Beovision Harmony
Source: Bang and Olufsen

The oak veneer speaker covers unveil an outstanding example of craftsmanship, complementing the dark TV screen with their furniture-like materials. The Beovision Harmony follows Bang and Olufsen’s one-remote philosophy, giving buyers a world of content at the tip of their fingers and easy control of all other Bang and Olufsen products. The state-of-the-art technological TV definitely comes in at a high price, with the 88-inch costing $74,000. The 77-inch style is available for $28,600 and the 65-inch at $23,000, however, the smaller sizes do not feature the impressive 8K panel.

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