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SoundsGood posted on Mon, Apr 8 2019 11:05 AM

Not Bad ...

https://www.wallpaper.com/lifestyle/bang-olufsen-beovision-harmony-tv#pic_259897

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Millemissen
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Don’t even think about it - apart from the fact that it is pure fantacy/et fatamorgana, it would not come in a 55” version.

 

MM

There is a tv - and there is a BV.

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Sandyb replied on Mon, Feb 17 2020 11:17 AM
Millemissen:

Don’t even think about it - apart from the fact that it is pure fantacy/et fatamorgana, it would not come in a 55” version.

MM

There is a tv - and there is a BV.

Agreed. Also it’s clear that PP still hasn’t rejoined the rest of us on planet earth.
Peter Pan
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@ Sandyb.
Still missing answer to question page 21. Why not metadata in Beovision Harmony version 1. ? ?

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Sandyb replied on Mon, Feb 17 2020 12:50 PM
I wasn’t addressing that question

But sure, it should be here. From what I understand it’s an LG issue. And of course, it will be nice when it’s working

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@ Sandyb. Yes - thumbs up So it gets on first -

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Sandyb replied on Mon, Feb 17 2020 4:49 PM
How does a non rollable 55 or 65inch fit behind / below that speaker?

Answer - it doesn't, without being rollable.

So,more vapor ware from PP.

Back on planet earth.....

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Dear Lord... not again...

 

Peter Pan:

@ Sandyb. Yes - thumbs up So it gets on first -

 

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Sandyb replied on Mon, Feb 17 2020 5:53 PM

I know!

The forum has been pollution free of this nonsense for what feels like a year now, thankfully.

 

kuyttendaele:

Dear Lord... not again...

 

Peter Pan:

@ Sandyb. Yes - thumbs up So it gets on first -

 

 

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I hope to not offend anyone and this is a genuine question:

Could you tell me why you like that TV that much? This is something I cannot understand.

I've recently seen it in real and I thought It gonna change my mind, but it didn't.

I can't understand the purpose of the movement, it is useless! When closed the half covered screen make the whole set looks like a stored away furniture folded in a hurry. And as far as i understand the screen is of no use in that position. Seller told me about a reminiscence of the Beocenter 2, C'mon, really?

Beovision turning stand had purposes, Beosound XX00 magic doors had purposes, Beosound 1/3 aerial movement had purpose… etc.

But here, I can't see the point of the movement other than "hey, look it's B&O, it moves!" to what anybody could answer "cool… but why could we still see the screen borders?"

You may find me sarcastic, but i truly don't understand so I believe I'm missing something. Please tell me. 

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I’m utterly with you. Magic is great, if it’s for a purpose. This has no purpose.

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Sandyb replied on Mon, Feb 17 2020 8:32 PM

I sort of agree.

Its been received better than the Eclipse (I think most would agree?), but the Eclipse was design wise decent but far from a timeless B&O classic, so not a high hurdle for the Harmony to clear.

The Harmony to me looks better or more interesting closed, but when open looks good but not especially beautiful. The proportions when open look ok, but not especially harmonious - not harmonious in the way that a BV11 did.

Of course the recent Avant was no classic - but design wise it was tidy, not trying to make a loud statement and as such did the job and was not controversial. That had certain merit.

The Harmony design is more restrictive - on the floor in a huge room, fine it looks good. But it cant really be wall mounted above anything. There will be some use cases (myself included) where wall mounting above even a very low slung cabinet is just not possible. And it also sticks out a mile from the wall. So design wise, its full of restrictions / compromises - one of which is the lack of rotating stand.

LG's new / upcoming G or Gallery series looks far more enticing from a wall mounting perspective, being the near wallpaper version that looks super slick.

 

 

 

matador43:

I hope to not offend anyone and this is a genuine question:

Could you tell me why you like that TV that much? This is something I cannot understand.

I've recently seen it in real and I thought It gonna change my mind, but it didn't.

I can't understand the purpose of the movement, it is useless! When closed the half covered screen make the whole set looks like a stored away furniture folded in a hurry. And as far as i understand the screen is of no use in that position. Seller told me about a reminiscence of the Beocenter 2, C'mon, really?

Beovision turning stand had purposes, Beosound XX00 magic doors had purposes, Beosound 1/3 aerial movement had purpose… etc.

But here, I can't see the point of the movement other than "hey, look it's B&O, it moves!" to what anybody could answer "cool… but why could we still see the screen borders?"

You may find me sarcastic, but i truly don't understand so I believe I'm missing something. Please tell me. 

 

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matador43:

I hope to not offend anyone and this is a genuine question:

Could you tell me why you like that TV that much? This is something I cannot understand.

I've recently seen it in real and I thought It gonna change my mind, but it didn't.

I can't understand the purpose of the movement, it is useless! When closed the half covered screen make the whole set looks like a stored away furniture folded in a hurry. And as far as i understand the screen is of no use in that position. Seller told me about a reminiscence of the Beocenter 2, C'mon, really?

Beovision turning stand had purposes, Beosound XX00 magic doors had purposes, Beosound 1/3 aerial movement had purpose… etc.

But here, I can't see the point of the movement other than "hey, look it's B&O, it moves!" to what anybody could answer "cool… but why could we still see the screen borders?"

You may find me sarcastic, but i truly don't understand so I believe I'm missing something. Please tell me. 

Totally agree - movement that adds nothing. It reminds me of the 120" model from a few years ago where the £30K(ish) motorised stand lifted it 18" off the floor - utterly pointless!!

Ban boring signatures!

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1990 replied on Tue, Feb 18 2020 8:30 AM

Chris Townsend:
I’m utterly with you. Magic is great, if it’s for a purpose. This has no purpose.

I disagree; the purpose is to cover the enormously dull black tv screen. A tv is off for 90% of the time anyway, so hiding the screen with a beautifully crafted speaker system makes a lot of sense.

And: the design of the Harmony makes it easier to fit a larger screen. A 77" Harmony is as present in the room as a 65" Eclipse. It's one of the reasons they won't make a 55" Harmony: it would look ridicoulously small...

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Well my Eclipse and every TV ever made has made it up to now, but we all have different tastes.

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1990:
the purpose is to cover the enormously dull black tv screen.

That's the point, it don't hide anything, it just makes one wonder why did you buy a so big screen to hide it behind your nice wooden radiator.
It makes look a X000€ TV like an ironing table you dont know what to do with…

Also, if it's closed 90% of the time, and the environment is dusty, you must clean it more often than a regular TV which collect dust too but in a more uniform way !? Confused 

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