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BAND'OH!
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BAND'OH! posted on Sat, Jun 24 2017 10:31 PM

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Millemissen
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Sure, that is interesting, but where is the sound?

Personally I find it more interesting when B&O shows, that there is more to a tv than just the picture.

MM

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Dillen replied on Sun, Jun 25 2017 7:22 AM

Thread moved.
Please keep the General forum  on B&O topic.

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9 LEE replied on Sun, Jun 25 2017 11:57 AM

I think that's the future, right there. Maybe not in the next 3-5 years, but certainly for the 'next generation'.

The way people watch TV has changed.  

 

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CB replied on Sun, Jun 25 2017 2:02 PM

Huh? really ?

As the (already here) future of communication was wireless, I think the future of image is immaterial (without dedicated support)

Projection or hologram is the way to be/go.

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Jeff replied on Sun, Jun 25 2017 7:47 PM

To be honest, I can see far more well off people buying something like this than a Beovision and speakers. Many wealthy people I've seen do not favor the minimalist Danish Modern approach, all you have to do is look online at wealthy people's houses to see what many of us who love Scandinavian design and such would think of as strikingly average to ugly even. Ostentatious yes, but in middle of the road ways. I think for a wall mounted TV they, and even a lot of the MOMA crowd, would prefer this over a normal TV, even a Beovision. I've seen countless books and articles about home media setups and hiding the display is common.

I think it's Monitor Audio who now make picture speakers, wall speakers similar to the old Beovox 3000/5000 but with art printed on them so they look like wall hangings. I can see them plus this kind of display being very popular.

Jeff

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