New colourways introduced for B&O’s Beovision Harmony TV

This time last year, Bang & Olufsen unveiled its Beovision Harmony TV at the Salone del Mobile festival in Milan. A year on, the company has unveiled two new colourways for the design-focused TV.

Being introduced today, the Beovision Harmony TV now comes in bronze tone aluminium combined with walnut wood panels, and brass tone aluminium combined with smoked oak wood panels.

The TV, which is available in 65-in and 77-in versions, can be hidden by its design-focused sound system when not in use. Described as being like butterfly wings, when the TV is switched on, the speakers fan out and the screen rises to the optimum height. 

The speakers were carefully designed to maximise the acoustic performance of the three-channel, fully active DSP-based sound centre. 

While the aluminium is manufactured at Bang & Olufsen’s factory in Struer, the wooden speaker front is made in collaboration with Bjerrum-Nielsen, a small Danish wood supplier who partnered with Bang & Olufsen more than 70 years ago to make radio cabinets. 

Not just focusing on sound, the speakers are paired with LG’s 65-in and 77-in OLED screens, featuring brighter, self-illuminating pixels with sharp colours, to create the Beovision Harmony TV. 

The two new colourways will be available from 15 April 2020, retailing at an estimated started price of £16,100. 

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