Bang & Olufsen’s Beovision Contour now available in 55”

Bang & Olufsen is giving its customers a new screen size option by introducing the Beovision Contour 55”.

Originally launched in November last year in 48”, the Beovision Contour delivers an all-in-one TV and music experience thanks to sound technology based on Beosound Stage.

Beosound Contour is a classic and minimalist TV designed in collaboration with Torsten Valeur, featuring an aluminium frame that outlines the screen, showcasing Bang & Olufsen’s expertise in aluminium manufacturing at Factory 5 in Struer, Denmark.

For an elevated TV experience, the Beosound Contour features three-channel and Dolby Atmos speaker technology. Behind the speaker cover are 11 powerful speaker drivers and amplifiers. The TV also includes four 4” bass driver custom designed with focus on allowing bigger cone movement which provides an improved bass performance down to 30 Hz.

On the display side, Beosound Contour is equipped with the latest-generation 55” OLED screen from LG, delivering realistic colour rendering and absolute black levels.

The design of Beovision Contour aims to hide any unnecessary clutter while revealing timeless design elements and natural materials to complement the home interior. All cables are routed through the centre rear of the TV and hidden from view, offering a holistic 360-degree design. The Beoremote One, crafted from a single, extruded piece of aluminium, is available to conveniently control all integrated sources.

Three colourways are available – Silver, Black Anthracite, and Gold Tone – with matching fabric or wood veneer finishes for the speaker front cover. Customers also have a choice between three stand options, all designed as an integrated element of Beovision Contour to create its minimalist appearance. The aluminium floor stand can be manually turned 180-degrees either side to ensure the best viewing experience. The Beovision Contour can also be wall-mounted with a wall bracket that has been engineered so the TV can be moved at an angle to suit any viewing arrangement. Finally, a tabletop stand is also available, made from a solid, rectangular aluminium billet to ensure that the TV can be placed on a shelf or floor.