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Tayne
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Tayne posted on Fri, Oct 30 2020 7:21 PM

Have I missed something, or has this new TV already been discussed somewhere?

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Beozip replied on Thu, Jun 10 2021 9:26 AM

today the 55" version is official online ....

 

 

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1990 replied on Thu, Jun 10 2021 9:31 AM

And this… very very exciting!!

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https://youtu.be/cP2kLRbMyVQ

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Is this exactly the same as the 48” and locked in with no power links ? Or could you use wisa to connect to additional b&o speakers ?

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Bestwick8:

Is this exactly the same as the 48” and locked in with no power links ? Or could you use wisa to connect to additional b&o speakers ?

Still a integrated Stage, only size and screen type is now C1

BV Eclipse 55 Brass - BL 18 Brass - BL 19 Brass - BL17 Black - BL 3 White - BS Moment - BS 2 Brass - BV Horizon 48 - BS3000 - BS 3200 - BS Essence MK2 - BL 4000 - V1 40 Black - V1 40 White - BLC NL/ML - H6 -  H4 - E8 Motion - A8 Earphone - Beolit 12 - Beolit 15 - Beoplay A1 Green - Beoplay A3 White

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What are your thoughts about using wisa to connect to bl28 and killing the stage ? As the eclipse is far too expensive 

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Sandyb replied on Thu, Jun 10 2021 8:02 PM

The Stage doesn't have WISA.

The Contour is a standalone  TV by design.

No Wisa included in the Contour.

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What are your thoughts about using wisa to connect to bl28 and killing the stage ? As the eclipse is far too expensive 

 

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You could buy a USB wisa ? And kill the stage inside the contour ?

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You would be best of to use a center speaker, hence the stage in the contour. As said it is a stand alone tv. If you want to add L/R channels you need a proper Beovision Eclipse / Harmony. Eclipse 55” 1st gen second life is your best friend then. Same price level of new Contour. The C7 LG panel on it is still amazing panel

BV Eclipse 55 Brass - BL 18 Brass - BL 19 Brass - BL17 Black - BL 3 White - BS Moment - BS 2 Brass - BV Horizon 48 - BS3000 - BS 3200 - BS Essence MK2 - BL 4000 - V1 40 Black - V1 40 White - BLC NL/ML - H6 -  H4 - E8 Motion - A8 Earphone - Beolit 12 - Beolit 15 - Beoplay A1 Green - Beoplay A3 White

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My question remains whether mozart will eventually allow a surround setup without wisa.

As of now, mozart allows stereo pairs, but there is more anticipated.

A “state mk2” may be based on mozart. And mozart may allow the stage to be paired with other mozart speakers into a surround setup (incl bl28).

But there is a lot of speculation in this message…
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funcke replied on Mon, Aug 9 2021 12:58 PM

Long time ago I was quite active here in the forum. My priorities and time possibilities changed, so I didn’t change my setup or tried something new. Now, it’s time to change my TV and the Contour would fit perfectly. Now, the Berlin B&O stores offers the Contour for a good price. It would be possible to receive the great looking devices in separate parts (panel, chassis, stage, etc.). However, neither there is no real instruction manual for it nor I could find something useful on the internet. Therefore, I wonder if it is worth to assembly all the stuff by myself or should this be done by a B&O expert. What’s your opinion?

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I did the assembly myself. Extremely easy in terms of Assembly. But might be good to ask a friend for help since it weighs quite a bit. That said I did everything myself. Its no more difficult than building anything from ikea. 

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funcke:

Long time ago I was quite active here in the forum. My priorities and time possibilities changed, so I didn’t change my setup or tried something new. Now, it’s time to change my TV and the Contour would fit perfectly. Now, the Berlin B&O stores offers the Contour for a good price. It would be possible to receive the great looking devices in separate parts (panel, chassis, stage, etc.). However, neither there is no real instruction manual for it nor I could find something useful on the internet. Therefore, I wonder if it is worth to assembly all the stuff by myself or should this be done by a B&O expert. What’s your opinion?

Welcome back here.

Sure - it should not be the biggest problem to do that assemply by yourself.

However, if you are not familiar with how the new B&O products work (in terms of streaming, multiroom/AirPla etc etc), it might be wise to let the dealer/an installer do the job.

This way you can be sure, that it works as intended.

If you like challenges a bit, do it yourself - but be sure to do it at a time of day, where you can reach your dealer….just in case.

 

Have fun with your new B&O tv - which one did you get, the 48” or the 55”?


MM

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funcke replied on Tue, Aug 10 2021 10:41 AM

Millemissen:

Welcome back here.

Sure - it should not be the biggest problem to do that assemply by yourself.

However, if you are not familiar with how the new B&O products work (in terms of streaming, multiroom/AirPla etc etc), it might be wise to let the dealer/an installer do the job.

This way you can be sure, that it works as intended.

If you like challenges a bit, do it yourself - but be sure to do it at a time of day, where you can reach your dealer….just in case.

 

Have fun with your new B&O tv - which one did you get, the 48” or the 55”?


MM

Many Thanks for the given information MM. I like challenges so I would take the plunge. As we come from a Beovision 8-26 a 48'' is more than enogh for us ;-).

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Great - pictures (and your thoughts) would be great, once you have set it up?

MM

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