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Millemissen
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Millemissen posted on Mon, Mar 25 2019 8:42 PM

 

Anyone?

 


There is a tv - and there is a BV.

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Steph replied on Fri, Mar 29 2019 12:54 PM

A soundmaster will be really cool :-)

I know wireless speakers are what people wants, but a real magical B&O soundsystem can't be bad :-) Smile

Like BeoLab 90 and BeoLab 50, B&O needs a true High Fidelity system, even if it's not "fashionable"

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At the end of the installation, visitors are physically led towards the present. In this space, Bang & Olufsen debuts a new experience: a choreographed performance of magical movement, acoustic clarity and human-centric design. Sound, craftsmanship and design merge in this new, visionary Bang & Olufsen product as experiences from the past meets visions for the future.

Note to editors: Bang & Olufsen will have several announcements and collaborations at Milan Design Festival. These will be communicated separately.

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Steph
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We can see the reflection of Bang & Olufsen in a glass.

is it the glass of a TV screen or the glass of the product itself ?

Teasing is always fun :-)


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My dealer has teased that it will be mind blowing and revolutionary. He said it will be a huge game-changer for B&O. Hmmm
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Earle replied on Fri, Mar 29 2019 4:03 PM

While it's fun listening in on the round-table, I think I might have a go.

The glass behind is clearly a single panel, so TV is very plausible, especially since it's tinted as such. Could also just be a screen for touch controls that light up - a-la BM9000... but touch controls for what exactly? 

As far as what's in front, they look like speakers to me. The texture is evident of speaker cloth. However, the strips seem really tightly packed, so i'm not sure what kind of audio transparency that would give.

My mind tells me this could be a soundsystem for non-B&O TV's. They probably separate to either side in a smooth motion when turned on. 

But then again, that would require a lot of space on either side. And why on earth it would only cover part of the screen is beyond me... That's probably the biggest question from everything I've read.

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Rob - Danish AV:

This and the Beolit 40 hint combined, should give a good hint, I reckon

 

Vähintään yhdeksänkymmentä prosenttia suomalainen! 

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Robin replied on Fri, Mar 29 2019 5:01 PM
I also think of a tv, maybe some mechanical screen movement in combination with a rotating speaker system.

And some guy in Struer is probably laughing his ass off, hard! ;-)
PaulGiles
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Or just maybe the BS9000 mk4 Whistle
PeterBOBP
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A sound bar that opens up and radiates sound 180 degrees?

This explains why the lamellas are so close together in one of the pictures: when sounder is off they are closed; they will spread 180 degrees when on. 

This is shown in the picture above: in the background the closed state seen from the front, in the foreground a drawing of the open / on state seen from above.  

But 95% sure it will be something else ;-)

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A close-up of a new B&O shaver? Big Smile

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Steve at Sounds Heavenly:
a new B&O shaver

finally!

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Earle replied on Fri, Mar 29 2019 9:32 PM

Thinking about what PeterBOBP mentioned....

Take a closer look at the panels,... they are spread further apart as you move away from the separation of the aluminium frames.

Curious indeed.

The graphic may not indicate movement at all, but may just indicate the permanent spacing of the panels.

HOWEVER, I'd bet that the semi-circle lines in the graphic are what is indicative of whatever movement is planned.

 

**Edited to include my interpretation of what I'm trying to get at.

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DMacri replied on Fri, Mar 29 2019 10:06 PM
If you look closely at the lamellas from the center split out, you’ll see multiple sandwich layers of wood - some black material- then what looks like aluminum, and then a gap. That doesn’t seem to be the most sonically transparent fret choice. I’m leaning towards it being a door or other covering. But for what?

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Earle replied on Fri, Mar 29 2019 10:23 PM

I give up....

The center wooden piece isn't even aligned correctly, if you look close enough. 

I tried uploading an image pointing it out, but I'm getting that "Beoworld is getting hacked" message.

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Robin:
I hope there will be some sort of speakers with a similar wood / aluminum design.

Then I choose a stand alone center speaker in aluminum. I don't like wooden slats.  Big Smile 

 

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