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What B&O should do as well(! ?)

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BEOVOX141
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BEOVOX141 replied on Thu, Aug 22 2019 10:29 PM

Backside view, showing room for adjusting the width by simply modifying the front.

A connector panel you easily can access, not like... Whistle

And the bracket is easily exchangeable as well, I will bet other TVs are easily supported! 

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.. and the connectors from the panel?

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BEOVOX141 replied on Fri, Aug 23 2019 8:12 AM

kuyttendaele:

.. and the connectors from the panel?

I guess that is why there is a pile of "spacers" on the backside, allowing the cable run, even in wall mounted scenario.

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BEOVOX141:

kuyttendaele:

.. and the connectors from the panel?

I guess that is why there is a pile of "spacers" on the backside, allowing the cable run, even in wall mounted scenario.

No... I mean.. the connectors from the display to the soundbar.

The connectorspace on the soundbar is ok-ish.. I would have rather seen that they were completely hidden like the back of my BV14.

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Peter Pan replied on Fri, Aug 23 2019 11:39 AM

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If they would just hire me to tell them how to make this instead :P

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BEOVOX141 replied on Fri, Aug 23 2019 10:00 PM

kuyttendaele:

No... I mean.. the connectors from the display to the soundbar.

The connectorspace on the soundbar is ok-ish.. I would have rather seen that they were completely hidden like the back of my BV14.

Don't get me started... Big Smile  I have always felt the extremely distracting black umbilical cord on the Beovisions is a testament to inadequate design. There is absolutely no reason why this couldn't be hidden in the stand especially considering the cost.

What I really like about the canvas is easy access to the connectors (which on most B&O products is a nightmare,) and lots of room to hide any additional junk and wires. I will give you that the BV14 has some of the same properties, but the Eclipse and Harmony are back to the Umbilical cord.

As you know very few people have a convenient slot precut in the floor.... Big Smile

 

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some interesting questions answered within the FAQ section:

https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0237/5303/1757/files/FAQ.pdf?906

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KMA replied on Sat, Aug 24 2019 12:55 PM
This would be pretty much perfect for my LG C7. The question is, how fast can they get this to market? Another question is, what will B&O reveal at IFA? If they launch a soundbar, as I expect them to, for many this product will compete with it.

I think it's not a coincidence Canvas Audio popped up at this exact time.

KMA

B&O product history since 1991: Ridiculously long to list in a signature.

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