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  • Re: BEOVISION ECLIPSE

    [quote user="Emil Jensen"] Yep moxxey you are right, I should be more precise. Loewe is using LG panels as all do if they want OLED, it is the only supplier. But Loewe have Hisense as a strategic partner, for software and so on. That was what i meant. Beolab 20, Beolab 17, Transmitter 1 [/quote] Not for software. Loewe develop their own software for their TVs based on a customised version of Linux which they also make available to Hisense. The following article from Reuters outlines the
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by AngloApulian on Mon, Aug 21 2017
  • Re: Heard from B&o store.

    I think this starting to get a little blown out of proportion. There are other TV manufacturers out there such as Sony, Philips, Loewe, etc. all using LGDisplay to supply them with the OLED panels used for their OLED TVs such as the Sony A1 and the Loewe Bild 4, 5 & 7 models and no one is suggesting that those companies are going to stop manufacturing TVs and licence their technologies to LG. The reason all these companies have contractual arrangements with LGDisplay for the supply and use of
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by AngloApulian on Sat, Aug 19 2017
  • Re: Heard from B&o store.

    [quote user="Millemissen"] Why should they licence their audio technology to LG or any other......? None the less, it is a fact, that these BV's are made by/at LG using the parts that B&O provided and the LG tv. B&O does not buy the panels from LG Display in order to make the tv themselves. MM There is a tv - and there is a BV. [/quote] With regards to licensing their audio technology, I was referring to what was stated by Barry Santini in a previous post: [quote] Perhaps the
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by AngloApulian on Sat, Aug 19 2017
  • Re: BEOVISION ECLIPSE

    [quote user="BAND'OH!"] Good question, would save you £1,945 if you could. All in all the Eclipse on a bracket (same prices) is gaining to be around the £9,940 mark. [/quote] That would make it dearer than the Avant.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by AngloApulian on Sat, Aug 19 2017
  • Re: BEOVISION ECLIPSE

    [quote user="BAND'OH!"] £7,995 for the 55" Eclipse and £1,945 for a motorised wall/floor/table stand as I currently understand it but this not confirmed so prices may be lower to official release. [/quote] That would mean the 55" Eclipse on it's own would be the same price as the current 55" Avant NG but the motorised floor stand for the new Eclipse is dearer than the motorised floor stand for the Avant NG. I wonder if the new motorised floor stand for the Eclipse
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by AngloApulian on Sat, Aug 19 2017
  • Heard from B&o store.

    [quote user="moxxey"] Actually, I think you've got this wrong, that's the entire point of this thread. This LG-produced OLED is a departure for B&O. For previous TVs, they've taken the panel and wraped it around their own visual/audio system (powered by the Beosystem 4) and materials. With this OLED TV from LG, they've partnered with LG where LG is producing the TV component, from my understanding. So it's very much an LG panel, LG picture-processing (no Beosystem
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by AngloApulian on Sat, Aug 19 2017
  • Re: Heard from B&o store.

    [quote user="olvisab"] I had a look yesterday of the last oled tv in a Darty store. Frankly, when we knew what a beovision is, I am not shocked that the bang olufsen model is 2500/3000 euros more expensiv than a sony or lg. The last oled are still expensiv. I was surprised to see some oled with grey blacks, probably a problem of set up. Except for a 4k image, the pq was not far away from my bv 7 55 for the last oled. Absolutely nothing that justify a new purchase actually. I am more focused
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by AngloApulian on Fri, Aug 18 2017
  • Re: BEOVISION ECLIPSE

    [quote user="Millemissen"] Maybe we should keep this thread alive - the BV Eclipse is soon arriving! As for price 'rumours', I'd advice people to read the 'Heard from B&O store' as well: http://forum.beoworld.org/forums/p/26497/211650.aspx#211650 - What would you say, if there are no 'B&O curtains' anymore on the LG/B&O-tv, when it is turned on/off? And what about dedicated Netflix and Amazon buttons on the BeoRemote One, that comes with it? Would
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by AngloApulian on Fri, Aug 18 2017
  • Re: BEOVISION ECLIPSE

    Well that would concern me but would also be a bit odd for the likes of B&O who normally take pride in their designs. I guess we'll have to just wait and see.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by AngloApulian on Fri, Aug 18 2017
  • Re: Heard from B&o store.

    Since the LGDisplay Panels they'll be using for the Eclipse support both DolbyVision and HDR10, I would hope that dealers use content that supports either of the formats for their demoes. HDR/DolbyVision content makes a much bigger difference to picture quality than 4K/UHD content alone.
    Posted to General Discussion & Questions (Forum) by AngloApulian on Fri, Aug 18 2017
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