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  • Re: New BeoSound Stage!

    [quote user="Earle"]Wouldn't a high mounted Stage in an upside down position result in a opposite channel dispersion for L+R? Or are there controls to switch that (which would be classic B&O!)?[/quote] This is selectable. This speaker has an option to lie down or to be wall mounted. When its lying down, then the left and right channel are opposite, of when the speaker is wall mounted. So when placing 'The Stage' like this, upside down, you would "cheat" and tell
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Lars Ladingkaer on Tue, Feb 25 2020
  • Re: New BeoSound Stage!

    [quote user="Bendix"] Lars: In your review of the stage at your website recorders. Did you notice any lip sync issues? I have em at Cable tv (stofa) and sometimes at Apple TV 4K. It’s driving me nuts, you don’t mention it in the review, so nothing on your C7? [/quote] No, didn't notice lipsync issues. Regards, Lars
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Lars Ladingkaer on Tue, Feb 25 2020
  • Re: New BeoSound Stage!

    [quote user="Bendix"]Did you intend to place it upside down? The controls are meant to be upwards when wall mounted.[/quote] The tweeters and midrange are angled for Dolby Atmos, firering the sound into the room, both when Stage is vertical or horisontal mounted below the TV. But when mounting Stage this high, this would cause the sound to be projected on to the ceiling. If you turn the speaker upside down, the sound will be sent in to the room instead. Regards, Lars
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Lars Ladingkaer on Wed, Feb 19 2020
  • Re: I don't undestand B&O. My last experience for sure.

    [quote user="koning"] No new products this year?? unbelievable! [/quote] Bang & Olufsen have a product launch at the IFA trade show (at the end of august). But I don't know what they show this time. Anyone? /Lars
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Lars Ladingkaer on Tue, Jul 10 2018
  • Re: BEOVISION ECLIPSE

    [quote user="Jeff"]Just a general comment, outside of 4k, no one has yet, to me, made a compelling argument that OLED, at least as defined by LG's technology, is as good as the last generation of high end plasmas.[/quote] The biggest difference, coming from the old plasma tv's, is not 4K. Its HDR (High Dynamic Range). The difference between non-HDR and HDR is much bigger than the difference between HD and 4K. But then you also get the benefit of a larger colour space, with the abillity
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Lars Ladingkaer on Tue, Sep 19 2017
  • Re: BEOVISION ECLIPSE

    [quote user="moxxey"]Blacks are black, whites are sharp. Colours rich. Everything HDR offers for an LCD.[/quote] You may think this is the case, but no, you don't get HDR-like pictures on an old HD plasma. It just not technically possible. /Lars
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Lars Ladingkaer on Tue, Sep 19 2017
  • Re: BEOVISION ECLIPSE

    Hi All Geoff Martins blog (Tonmeister at B&O) now has an explanation of the functions included in the Eclipse Sound Center. Check: http://www.tonmeister.ca/wordpress/2017/09/15/bo-tech-its-not-just-a-soundbar/ BTW. No mension of a videoprocessor. Just a Sound Processor with HDMI inputs. /Lars
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Lars Ladingkaer on Fri, Sep 15 2017
  • Re: BEOVISION ECLIPSE

    [quote user="Marcello"] Exactly...how on earth can you do image processing NOT at the display level? [/quote] You can do imageprocessing on HDMI. Scalers for Home Cinema do that. But I don't expect this to be done by B&O in the Sound Center. /Lars
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Lars Ladingkaer on Thu, Sep 14 2017
  • Re: BEOVISION ECLIPSE

    [quote user="KMA"] Actually, thinking more about Eclipse, it's not a true BeoVision – at least not in the sense of what the name infers and has always inferred. There is nothing Beo in the Vision part of the TV, contrary to all previous BeoVisions. [/quote] No. BeoVision 14, BeoVision Avant NG and BeoVision Horizon are all with vision parts from TP Vision (Philips). Ie. its the ones with Android TV. You'll have to go back in time to BV11, Avant 1.gen. and V1 to find a TV with
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Lars Ladingkaer on Thu, Aug 31 2017
  • Re: BEOVISION ECLIPSE

    [quote user="Luke"] Is it possible we can still access Netflix without the ugly remote ? [/quote] Yes, just open the WebOS smart tv and start Netflix from there. You need a BeoRemote with bluetooth though. The BeoRemote One BT that was released with Horizon, BV14 and Avant NG will work as well. But not the 1.gen BeoRemote One nor the Beo4. /Lars
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by Lars Ladingkaer on Thu, Aug 31 2017
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