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Bang & Olufsen unveils new 32-inch BeoVision 10 LED TV

32-inch HDTV with a big price

| HT & Movies News | Posted: Oct 29, 2010 7:06 pm

Bang & Olufsen makes some undeniably high-end gear for audiophiles and video fans. I have tested a few of their offerings over the years for the iPhone and iPods and the stuff looks very cool and sounds really good too. I have also had some of their headphones and speakers for computers in my hands and all around the gear has been top notch. B&O has a line of crazy expensive LED TVs for people with the loot to afford high-end hardware for the living room and the company has announced a new, smaller screen set to its line.


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B&O have unveiled, the new 32-inch BeoVision 10 LED TV. The TV uses edge lit LED backlighting and the set measures in at 32" x 29.2" x 2.52" and weighs 59.4 pounds. It can be had in black or white cabinets and the frame of the TV is silver. Several fabric colors can be use do the front for accenting including black, blue, gray, silver, orange, and white. The screen can show 16.7 million colors.


The resolution of the set is 1080p and it has a 120Hz refresh rate. Inputs include a trio of HDMI ports and nothing else. The set has integrated stereo speakers and the set ships with a Beo4 remote with the option of getting a Beo5 remote. There are a number of accessories offered including a motorized floor stand, motorized table stand, and several wall brackets. The TV will ship in November for $4,707 on the low end and goes up to well over $5,000 depending on the options chosen.



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