Bang & Olufsen has launched special edition Piano Black versions of its high-end BeoVision Eclipse OLED TV and Beolab 50 speakers. The black BeoVision Eclipse also comes with a new floor stand and oak lamellas. The new color adds glamour and vogue to the classic loudspeaker and TV.
Besides the existing Beosound 1, the Piano Black collection now consists of BeoVision Eclipse, an OLED TV, and Beolab 50, one of the company’s latest high-end speakers. The black version of BeoVision Eclipse is also available with a new floor stand and the smoked oak lamellas that were introduced some time ago. The Beolab 50 sport a front side characterized by hundreds of polished aluminum particles. These elements have been inserted to generate particular optical effects. B & O claims that the diffuser shapes acquire depth and seem to float in the air.
– ”The avant-garde, futuristic Beovision Eclipse is the best sounding TV on the market and features 4K HDR OLED screen technology. Complementing the thin black screen is the new, elegantly crafted black front cover and sound centre, stressing that the TV is greater than the sum of its parts and designed to integrate exquisitely with your lifestyle. The Beovision Eclipse TV connects wirelessly with up to 8 speakers, so for ultimate surround sound experience, the high-end active loudspeaker Beolab 50 is a great match,” the company said.
The Piano Black collection has been designed by Torsten Valeur who has created a new motorized “planet stand” that can turn the screen almost 90 degrees with the touch of a button. It can also be wall mounted.
The Piano Black collection will be available to purchase in Bang & Olufsen stores from 29 November 2018 depending on region. Beovision Eclipse is available for a recommended retail price 55” ($11500) 65” ($17000) – Beolab 50 speakers are $23500. Discover Opulent Club on Apple News.