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koning
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koning posted on Tue, May 8 2012 4:49 PM

The clouding issues with the beovision 10/40-46 are they (2012) solved?

 

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moxxey
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No clouding on my 5 month old BV10-46.

Chris Townsend
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Nor mine. Blacks very good

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koning
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And the 40 inch version?

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To know if there's clouding, you need a totally dark room at night and in the service menu of the tv in monitor you choose "patterns" : black.

Of course good eyes is also a must, my wife don't know what I'm talking about when I speak of the famous "clouds".

But once you see them, it's for eternity.

I haven't seen a single Bv10 without clouding from the delivery of my first one in april 2010 to the last one in the lets say six month ago.

It will be interesting to see absolute dark pictures of Bv10 without clouds.

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BeoGreg:
To know if there's clouding, you need a totally dark room at night and in the service menu of the tv in monitor you choose "patterns" : black.

Or I could spend the time doing something a lot more useful :)

BeoGreg:

...Of course good eyes is also a must

Good lord.

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moxxey:

BeoGreg:

...Of course good eyes is also a must

Good lord.

True.

But I wish the Good Lord had given me with eyes that could see this issue

and had left me with ears that could hear the differences in lossless records 

 

my sons are complaining about a frame rate issue in the new BV8

apparently they can see a frame rate slow down during playbacks

I can not even see what they are talking about

so we have some quite frustrating conversations

no, let me rephrase

very frustrating

Laughing

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Paul W
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Oh my gosh, it's all too much now ;)

 

koning
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Through the years,are there different versions of the BV10-40

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If you can't see it in normal viewing then ignorance is bliss - it would be madness to go looking for it on purpose. Once you know it to be there you will convince yourself you can see it under normal conditions and your satisfaction with your TV will be ruined forever.

I've seen too many people changing things because they've read about it in magazines/forums etc. and have then convinced themselves they can see/hear it themselves!

Watch the programmes on your TV, not the TV itself!Wink

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Puncher is right on this. Don't go looking for problems that might well be there. When your watching all but the darkest films you would never know anyway.

I can't tell you how impressed I am by the quality of the picture on the 10-46 compared to the 7-40 mk3. Very sharp and great blacks. And add in the complimentary Beolab 11, I have a neat minimal beautiful looking and sounding TV. Just what a B&O should be.

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Chris Townsend:
Puncher is right on this. Don't go looking for problems that might well be there. When your watching all but the darkest films you would never know anyway.

 

 

I can't tell you how impressed I am by the quality of the picture on the 10-46 compared to the 7-40 mk3. Very sharp and great blacks. And add in the complimentary Beolab 11, I have a neat minimal beautiful looking and sounding TV. Just what a B&O should be.

Yes - thumbs up The BV10 is a beautiful TV - enjoy it.Smile

I do wonder if B&O were expecting a run on BL11's that never came though, by the number they're giving away free!Wink

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Paul W replied on Wed, May 9 2012 11:09 PM

Definitely the MOST BEAUTIFUL ELEGANT TV ever!!!  I really can't imagine anyone ever wanting to get rid of one of these.

I saw the BV12 the other day and yeah, it's just a TV whereas this BV10 is elegance, it's art and it's timeless!!! Plus it has character!

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moxxey replied on Wed, May 9 2012 11:15 PM

Paul W:

I saw the BV12 the other day and yeah, it's just a TV whereas this BV10 is elegance, it's art and it's timeless!!! Plus it has character!

The BV12 has a much much better picture. I own a new-ish BV10-46 and the BV12 blows it out of the water. Colours are deeper, richer and, as it's plasma, less sharp.

BV10-46 has a top-notch image, but it's trumped by the BV7-55 MKII and, again, by the BV12.

But the design is fantastic. I have the orange fret on my BV10 right now and that gets a lot of people talking (in a positive way).

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moxxey replied on Wed, May 9 2012 11:18 PM

Puncher:

I do wonder if B&O were expecting a run on BL11's that never came though, by the number they're giving away free!Wink

My dealer can't shift his ex-demo BL11s. They've been available since the start of the year. I bought one last month, but there are another two available. Tempted to pick up one for my BV10-46. We'll see.

Problem I have is wooden flooring and the BL2 had to be disconnected from my old BV7 as it rattled the floor. If you turned a movie down, you couldn't hear the quiet parts. Turn it up and unexpected explosions rocked the room!

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