Bang & Olufsen is taking the opportunity to introduce Beovision Harmony at Milan Design Week. The Danish consumer electronics company refers to the new entertainment system as a "TV experience that elevates the design of any living space and fills it with spectacular sound."

A centerpiece for home entertainment, Beovision Harmony is a speaker system offering music streaming with integrated music services such as Tune-In and Deezer. You can stream music directly from your phone via Apple Airplay 2, Chromecast built-in or Bluetooth. Beovision Harmony also includes LG’s most recent webOS 4.5 platform, providing you with access to your go-to media services like Netflix, Amazon and YouTube.

In addition, the entertainment system can be integrated with your other multi-room products by Bang & Olufsen, as it features a built-in 7.1 surround sound decoder that connects up to eight Beolab speakers. You can then control each source and connected device with Beoremote One.

Beovision Harmony is crafted from oak and aluminum, featuring an intricate grading pattern that maximizes acoustic performance of the three-channel, fully active DSP-based sound center, and it is paired with LG's coveted 77-inch OLED screen. When turned on or just playing music, Beovision Harmony's thin screens sit close to the floor, while being partially covered. Turn the device on, and the two fronts fan out, allowing the screen to rise to viewing height.

Complete with the LG OLED C9 77-inch TV, Beovision Harmony will retail from approximately $20,830, launching at Bang & Olufsen in October. For more on the entertainment system, visit the brand's website.

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