Bang & Olufsen introduces BeoVision Eclipse

Bang & Olufsen is renowned for its design, acoustics and craftsmanship. BeoVision Eclipse, the first TV developed by the new partnership Bang & Olufsen and LG Electronics.

The TV includes 4K video processing technology and comes with LG Electronics´most recent webOS 3.5 platform. The platform allows you to access and customise your favourite content, apps and devices; Music streaming services like Spotify, content providers such as Netflix, Amazon and YouTube, Blu-ray players of any brand, as well as your personal content. The audio streaming part includes TuneIn radio, Spotify Connect, Deezer, Chromecast built-in for audio, audio AirPlay and Bluetooth streaming. By bringing it all together in one place, BeoVision Eclipse dramatically reduces the complexity of our digital lives.

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With everything controlled with a single remote, (the BeoRemote One BT) it allows for a great degree of personalisation; By pushing one of the ‘MyButton’ for three seconds, it is possible to store access to a source, creating a shortcut to content or devices.

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The partnership between the two brands will enable Bang & Olufsen to focus on its core capabilities of design, craftsmanship and acoustics, and combine this with LG Electronics’ technological leadership in OLED TV technology including their webOS and 4K video processing capabilities.

BeoVision Eclipse will be available in two sizes which are a 55” and a 65” version and available in Bang & Olufsen European retailers in September with prices from, £8,290.

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