Bang & Olufsen Beovision Harmony TV

Apr 9, 2019

Category: Tech

Usually, a TV is only visually pleasing when it’s turned on, but that’s not the case with Bang & Olufsen’s latest creation. The Bang & Olufsen Beovision Harmony TV manages to be both a captivating transportation device into cinematic worlds and an artistic centerpiece for your living room.

The high-quality 77-inch LG OLED TV is wrapped in a beautiful frame and audio package inspired by the wings of a butterfly. Constructed from oak and aluminum, the two speaker screens fold away in symmetric movement as the TV rises in a subtle but epic statement. The TV has three-channel audio, 7.1 surround-sound compatibility, and is able to work with up to eight wired speakers. And, according to Bang & Olufsen, it’s built for full-bodied cinematic performance. Right now, the gorgeous TV is being displayed at Milan Design Week and is expected to drop this fall. However, it’s going to cost a whopping $20,755.

Purchase: $20,755

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