Bang & Olufsen introduces Beovision Contour in a new 55” screen size and fitted with sound technology based on the award-winning Beosound Stage. Designed in collaboration with Torsten Valeur, the TV’s aluminum frame outlines the screen showcasing Bang & Olufsen’s unrivaled expertise in aluminum manufacturing at Factory 5 in Struer, Denmark.
Beovision Contour is equipped with the award-winning 3-channel and Dolby Atmos speaker technology from Beosound Stage that offers an elevated television experience. The speaker cover features eleven powerful speaker drivers and amplifiers. It also includes 4 x 4-inch bass drivers custom-designed with a focus on allowing bigger cone movement which provides an improved bass performance down to 30 Hz. Equipped with the latest-generation 55” OLED screen from LG, Beovision Contour offers realistic color rendering and absolute black levels which allows for the full Bang & Olufsen TV experience.
Beovision Contour is characterized by timeless design and makes use of natural materials to suit any home interior. Three colorways available are: Silver, Black Anthracite, and a beautiful Gold Tone, with matching fabric or wood veneer finishes for the speaker front cover. All cables are routed through the center rear of the TV and hidden from view. All integrated sources can be conveniently controlled by the Beoremote One, a remote crafted from a single, extruded piece of aluminum.
Bang & Olufesn offers three stand options as an integrated element of Beovision Contour. The aluminum floor stand can be manually turned 180 degrees either side to ensure the best viewing experience and has a light and modern aesthetic. Beovision Contour can also be mounted on the wall using Bang & Olufsen’s wall bracket that has been engineered so the TV can be moved at an angle to suit any viewing arrangement. Bang & Olufsen have also created a tabletop stand made from a solid, rectangular aluminum billet.
The pricing for Beovision Contour 55” with LG TV starts from $7,125. It is available in Bang & Olufsen stores and online from 10th June.