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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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Dante replied on Sat, Mar 30 2019 1:12 PM

The black material looks like foam to me. It would allow the lamelas to be squeezed together, all at once in parallel or just on one side, producing the flower shape.

 

Maybe this is a response from B&O to LG's foldable TV, producing that half way folding state where you use the TV as a clock and music player...

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Then B&O just lacks this tablet, so it runs for them. Big Smile

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For the little we can see, I don't find it very elegant.

Oak, white, black lamellas seems too much for my eyes.

If it's indeed a Tv, I will be intereted (55", less money then Eclipse but with more WOW factor - let me dream).

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Rollable TV

Millemissen
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The BV Horizon is/can be rollable 😂

MM

There is a tv - and there is a BV.

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Millemissen:

The BV Horizon is/can be rollable 😂

MM

There is a tv - and there is a BV.

Spare me lol
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Robin replied on Wed, Apr 3 2019 12:52 PM
So guys, a probably slightly longer post from me, hope you don’t mind it.

Here are some thoughts on this topic.

I have reread the article and it states, that there will be a demonstration of innovation, sound and magical movement but not a single word of Picture (quality) so a television might be not so plausible? I know, many wish for that, but the article doesn’t aim in that direction.

“We have worked closely with museums and collectors to curate a retrospective exhibition of products that shaped the brand’s unrivalled reputation for matching innovation with beautiful sound and will debut a new magically moving object that pairs high craftsmanship with advanced technology.“

In case it is about some sort of speaker. I still think, that the lamellas are to narrow for audio transparency. So I have come up with an idea concerning the magic aspect ;-)

It is shown in the following Picture.

What the picture is supposed to demonstrate is that one part of the lamellas moves out. After they have moved out, right in front of the other ones, they can be angled / moved. So that they fan out the sound waves like a radiator does it with air in a car or like the mechanical acoustic lens in the Beolab 50. This way the sound can be directed in “any” direction.

If we think of a sound bar there can be sound directed to either a mono centre-channel as the sound will be bundled into this direction or a multi 2.0 / 3.0 System depending on the setup we have / wish for.

I’m very excited about this product, even though I might not be able to buy it.

To anyone who dislikes this product visually, that’s perfectly fine. I think B&O needs something like this. You can’t produce something that’s outstanding in design and fits everyone’s taste. You either love it, or hate it.
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BenSA replied on Wed, Apr 3 2019 1:01 PM

No more info on what if could be? 

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Robin replied on Wed, Apr 3 2019 1:23 PM
So guys, a probably slightly longer post from me, hope you don’t mind it.

Here are some thoughts on this topic.

I have reread the article and it states, that there will be a demonstration of innovation, sound and magical movement but not a single word of Picture (quality) so a television might be not so plausible? I know, many wish for that, but the article doesn’t aim in that direction.

“We have worked closely with museums and collectors to curate a retrospective exhibition of products that shaped the brand’s unrivalled reputation for matching innovation with beautiful sound and will debut a new magically moving object that pairs high craftsmanship with advanced technology.“

In case it is about some sort of speaker. I still think, that the lamellas are to narrow for audio transparency. So I have come up with an idea concerning the magic aspect ;-)

It is shown in the following Picture.

What the picture is supposed to demonstrate is that one part of the lamellas moves out. After they have moved out, right in front of the other ones, they can be angled / moved. So that they fan out the sound waves like a radiator does it with air in a car or like the mechanical acoustic lens in the Beolab 50. This way the sound can be directed in “any” direction.

If we think of a sound bar there can be sound directed to either a mono centre-channel as the sound will be bundled into this direction or a multi 2.0 / 3.0 System depending on the setup we have / wish for.

I’m very excited about this product, even though I might not be able to buy it.

To anyone who dislikes this product visually, that’s perfectly fine. I think B&O needs something like this. You can’t produce something that’s outstanding in design and fits everyone’s taste. You either love it, or hate it.
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Robin replied on Wed, Apr 3 2019 1:25 PM
Hmm, possibly, there will be some double postings. I apologise in advance:

So guys, a probably slightly longer post from me, hope you don’t mind it.

Here are some thoughts on this topic.

I have reread the article and it states, that there will be a demonstration of innovation, sound and magical movement but not a single word of Picture (quality) so a television might be not so plausible? I know, many wish for that, but the article doesn’t aim in that direction.

“We have worked closely with museums and collectors to curate a retrospective exhibition of products that shaped the brand’s unrivalled reputation for matching innovation with beautiful sound and will debut a new magically moving object that pairs high craftsmanship with advanced technology.“

In case it is about some sort of speaker. I still think, that the lamellas are to narrow for audio transparency. So I have come up with an idea concerning the magic aspect ;-)

It is shown in the following Picture.

What the picture is supposed to demonstrate is that one part of the lamellas moves out. After they have moved out, right in front of the other ones, they can be angled / moved. So that they fan out the sound waves like a radiator does it with air in a car or like the mechanical acoustic lens in the Beolab 50. This way the sound can be directed in “any” direction.

If we think of a sound bar there can be sound directed to either a mono centre-channel as the sound will be bundled into this direction or a multi 2.0 / 3.0 System depending on the setup we have / wish for.

I’m very excited about this product, even though I might not be able to buy it.

To anyone who dislikes this product visually, that’s perfectly fine. I think B&O needs something like this. You can’t produce something that’s outstanding in design and fits everyone’s taste. You either love it, or hate it.
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Robin replied on Wed, Apr 3 2019 1:31 PM

Here are some thoughts on this topic.

The article states, that there will be a demonstration of innovation, sound and magical movement but not a single word of Picture (quality) so a television might be not so plausible? I know, many wish for that, but the article doesn’t aim in that direction.

“We have worked closely with museums and collectors to curate a retrospective exhibition of products that shaped the brand’s unrivalled reputation for matching innovation with beautiful sound and will debut a new magically moving object that pairs high craftsmanship with advanced technology.“ 

In case it is about some sort of speaker. I still think, that the lamellas are to narrow for audio transparency. So I have come up with an idea concerning the magic aspect ;-)

It is shown in the following Picture. 

What the picture is supposed demonstrate is that one part of the lamellas moves out. After they have moved out, right in front of the other ones, the can angle / move, so that they fan out the sound waves like a radiator does it with air in a car or like the acoustic lens in the Beolab 50. This way the sound can be directed in “any” direction. 

If we think of a Sound bar there can be sound directed to either a mono centre-channel as the sound will be bundled into this direction or a multi 2.0 / 3.0 System depending on the setup we have / wish.

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I know nothing, but a guess

New line of beovision

77" and 88" OLED,

With a magic moving speaker.

Not cheap at all.

Lets see :)

Beovision Eclipse, Beolab 20, Beolab 17, Beosound 1 Google assist, Beoplay M3, Beoplay H6

Mr 10Percent
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Guess No.2; looking at the raster graphic a few pages back; a new BeoLab 7.4 mono/centre speaker that fans out to give wide dispersion? Lies flat when deactivated?

whoknows???

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Emil Jensen:

I know nothing, but a guess

New line of beovision

77" and 88" OLED,

With a magic moving speaker.

Not cheap at all.

Lets see :)

Whatever it is will have to be EXTREMELY precious/special to justify the quality and content of what already appears in that picture. 

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Based on these 3 clues: 

 

1. "In this space, the brand debuts a new experience: a choreographed performance of magical movement, acoustic clarity and human-centric design.

Sound, craftsmanship and design merge in this visionary Bang & Olufsen product as experiences from the past meet visions for the future."

 

2. Event name = "B&O music Box", see : https://fuorisalone.it/2019/en/events/169/BO-MUSIC-BOX

 

3. And the photograph of a lady sitting next to and looking at a radio: https://forum.beoworld.org/cfs-filesystemfile.ashx/__key/CommunityServer.Components.PostAttachments/00.00.27.45.64/Screenshot_5F00_20190312_2D00_180711_5F00_Gallery.jpg

Mu conclusion is that it will be a luxury music (I guess streaming) device where the lamellas do some magical movement to reveal the (hidden) speaker. Hopefully voiced controlled. Maybe (and hopefully) it can be used as a soundbar as well. 

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