B&O BeoVision Eclipse
Damn! That’s one gorgeous TV.
Agreed. In fact, Bang & Olufsen is marketing the new BeoVision Eclipse, designed with input from LG, as “the definitive TV”, thanks to its cutting-edge 4K HDR OLED screen tech and what B&O describes as “the world’s best TV sound”. That may seem like a bold claim, but this luxury telly is housing some rather impressive tech goods.
So it’s a TV and a sound system?
Precisely. The BeoVision Eclipse’s SoundCentre features a 450-watt, three-channel speaker system serving up a powerful stereo performance and speech-optimised audio. As you’ve already spotted, this opulent telly pulls double-duty as a wireless music system – connect up to eight speakers for a surround-sound solution that’ll make you drool – with onboard streaming support from Apple AirPlay, Bluetooth and Chromecast. You can also access integrated music services, such as Spotify Connect, Deezer and TuneIn.
What about the picture?
The TV uses LG’s latest OLED panel, wrapped in an anodised aluminiumcovered speaker and boasting enhanced HDR performance and Dolby Vision. It also uses cutting-edge pixel dimmingcontrol tech to produce deep blacks and an expanded colour gamut. Navigating content is easy with the inclusion of LG’s webOS 3.5, providing access to streaming services including Netflix and Amazon Video, and the BeoVision One remote.
When is this TV coming out?
The B&O BeoVision Eclipse is available to buy this November in two sizes: 55 inches (£ 8,290) and 65 inches (£11,590).
Simply the best
Designed with the lofty aim of becoming the world’s best TV, the BeoVision Eclipse oozes style and premium sound and vision tech. If you have the cash, this 4K-HDR-OLE D-TV-meetswireless-music-system is a no-brainer
Ev erything in its place
You have a variety of placement options for the BeoVision Eclipse: there’s a manual ‘floating’ wall bracket, moving up to 60° from wall, or a motorised wall bracket with BeoRemote One operation. There’s also a motorised floor stand, moving up to 90° either side