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Bang & Olufsen’s 85-inch 3DTV hits North America with a hefty price tag

Posted in HDTV by Conner Flynn on May 12th, 2011

If you are looking for a luxury 3D HDTV that costs about $1,000 per inch, here it is. Bang & Olufsen’s BeoVision 4-85 plasma will be available to North American buyers next month for $85,000. So now you can brag to your other rich friends that yours costs more.

That price includes the triangular BeoLab 10 center channel speaker and a motorized stand that lowers it when you’re not watching. If you have any money left you can get some popcorn and watch some movies on it.

Bang & Olufsen Beo6 Wi-Fi Remote Control

Posted in Bang & Olufsen by Conner Flynn on December 23rd, 2010

Bang & Olufsen has introduced the Beo6 Wi-Fi remote control, a successor to the Bang & Olufsen Beo5. It is designed to be used as a universal remote for your audio and video systems and the high-tech touchscreen system can control everything from your TV to music player all with the touch of a finger.

The Beo6 will connect to your Wi-Fi network to enable 2-way control with other Bang & Olufsen devices as well. It measures 82mm x 118.1mm x 36.7mm and weighs 215 grams.

Bang & Olufsen 32-inch BeoVision 10 LED HDTV

Posted in HDTV by Conner Flynn on October 31st, 2010

Bang & Olufsen has released their new 32-inch BeoVision 10 edge-lit LED HDTV. This TV produces a full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 with a 16:9 aspect ratio, along with a 120Hz refresh rate.

It also sports 16.7 million colors and a low reflection screen. This HDTV measures 32-inches x 29.2-inches x 2.52-inches and weighs 59.4 pounds. The 32-inch BeoVision 10 comes with the BeoVision 4 remote with an optional BeoVision 5 available.

Bang & Olufsen BeoLab 11 Subwoofer

Posted in Bang & Olufsen by Conner Flynn on April 14th, 2010

You need a subwoofer if you want to annoy your neighbors. The BeoLab 11 from Bang & Olufsen should help in that department. It has an awesome look, but it also promises amazing bass.

There are two 6.5-inch drivers facing each other in an aluminum shell, for the ultimate in sound and alien good looks. You can expect this one to be available in North America in May 2010 if you have a spare $2,000.

Bang & Olufsen announces 46-inch BeoVision 10

Posted in Bang & Olufsen by Conner Flynn on March 29th, 2010

The BeoVision 10-46 is the latest HDTV from B&O. You get 46 inches of viewing real estate, plus “a new and exciting LED-based, 240Hz LCD panel” and unnamed “sophisticated motion compensation technologies” that apparently feature “a yet unseen level of smoothness.”

Wow. Sounds “swell”. Look for this one to be unveiled on April 14 in Denmark and to go on sale this summer. The price? A cool 54,990 DKK (or about $9,940).

CES 2010: ASUS NX90Jq designed by Bang & Olufsen has dual touchpads

Posted in ASUS by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2010

ASUS and Bang & Olufsen have been hanging out. They’ve decided to have a bro-mance. And we have to admit, this is one slick laptop. That polished aluminum exterior looks great. But it has more going for it than that.

Check out those dual touchpads that supposedly give you a DJ turntable-like experience. The high-def, 18.4-inch display is even flanked by B&O ICEpower speakers. Honestly what’s not to love? Under the hood there’s a Core i7 processor, NVIDIA GeForce GT 334M graphics, support for up to 1280GB of storage (with dual drives), a slot-in Blu-ray drive and USB 3.0.

Bang & Olufsen’s BeoCom 2 gets new colors

Posted in Bang & Olufsen by Conner Flynn on November 23rd, 2009

Bang & Olufsen BeoCom 2 gets new colorsYou might remember the Beocom 2, the phone that’s for Giraffes, but people like it too. In honor of the holiday season, Bang & Olufsen has updated the BeoCom 2 with seven new colors.

Those colors include blue, black, grey, yellow white, bright red, and natural aluminum, which are all great colors for placing one under the Christmas tree. The BeoCom 2 is crafted from a single piece of aluminum. Don’t be surprised if the person on the other end asks you to get closer and actually talk into it.


Bang & Olufsen unveils BeoVision 7 55-inch HDTV

Posted in Bang & Olufsen by Shane McGlaun on November 11th, 2009

beovision7-55-sgBang & Olufsen is a high-end purveyors of home entertainment products including home theater and audio gear. The company offers a line of products that are very expensive putting them in reach of only the wealthy for the most part. Today the company has unveiled its latest HDTV offering.

The TV is called the BeoVision 7 55-inch and will be offered in late November for $18,700 including the floor stand and center speaker. For that much loot, you get a 55-inch HDTV supporting full 1080p resolution with a 120Hz refresh rate. The TV has a speaker bar and a built-in Blu-ray player as well.

Bang & Olufsen announce 40-inch BeoVision 8 LCD HDTV

Posted in Bang & Olufsen by Conner Flynn on March 17th, 2009

Bang & Olufsen announce 40-inch BeoVision 8 LCD HDTVThe BeoVision 8 is entering big screen territory. Bang & Olufsen’s latest is known as the BV8-40, and stretches the LCD TV to a full 40-inches diagonally and features a nice 1,920 x 1,080 native resolution.

Some other specs include 500 cd/m2 brightness, a 3,000:1 contrast ratio, six-millisecond response time, a digital TV tuner (In DVB regions) and some nice internal speakers that have been tuned for the “reproduction of human speech”. All we know about pricing is that the MSRP is touted as affordable.

Bang & Olufsen rolls out BeoSound 5

Posted in Media Streamers by Nino Marchetti on January 29th, 2009

Bang & Olufsen BeoSound 5

Bang & Olufsen introduced today in North American its premium BeoSound 5 digital audio system. This little number, when available in February, will run you around $5,900 for the base unit, plus various other costs for accessories.

The BeoSound 5, said its maker, combines physical elements (such as an aluminum wheel and tactile buttons) with virtual ones (a laser pointer and a specially-developed graphical user interface) on a 10.4″ LCD display. It offers up a unique intelligent playlist technology scans one’s music library and finds similar tracks based on parameters such as sound, dynamics and rhythmic aspects.

Bang & Olufsen BeoCom2 cordless phone

Posted in Bang & Olufsen by Conner Flynn on December 21st, 2008

Bang & Olufsen BeoCom2 cordless phoneFirst off, these phones are so long, they’re crazy. They look like a bunch of techno-cobras ready to strike, but kept at bay by a pair of lovely Asian ladies. So what’s the deal? These are from Bang & Olufsen, unique cordless telephones called BeoCom2 in Korea.

Each phone uses a single piece of curved aluminum to create a slender, though HUGE shape that’s easy to pick up, handle and operate with one hand. I suppose it would be good for seniors, or those with huge heads. Should you fall into one of those two categories, the BeoCom2 will be available in six different colors which will include white, blue, yellow, grey, black and natural aluminum. The Bang & Olufsen BeoCom2 is available for 1,790,000(KRW).

CES 2008

B&O BeoVision 8, 32-inch LCD

Posted in Bang & Olufsen,CES 2008,LCD by Reuben Drake on January 7th, 2008

Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 8 32-inch LCD displayBang & Olufsen is introducing the new BeoVision 8 LCD display at this years CES event, providing what they describe as “a flexible LCD display with superb sound and picture at an entry-level price point.” Anyone familiar with Bang & Olufsen likely knows them for producing very high-end home theater system products, so keep in mind that their definition of “entry-level” is all relative. With an MSRP of $3950.00, this 32-inch LCD is at the high-end of this guys budget.

The display is of course designed with as much style in mind as it has performance and functionality. The BeoVision 8 adds quality sound to its quality flat screen picture with a downward facing bass speaker and front units designed for reproducing human voices. The picture on the 32-inch screen has a special glare polarizer and the absence of glass in front of the screen in order to give less glare in well-lit rooms and better contrast, which is should for that kind of bank.