Boasted as a television and a music system presented in one, the TV’s integrated and 450 watt powerful 3-channel SoundCenter offers both stereo performance and center channel, surpassing most integrated solutions and soundbars on the market. By also integrating internet radio and music streaming services, BeoVision Eclipse becomes a music system in its own right.
Additionally, it features a motorized floor stand that can move the TV around the room easily at the press of a button — making the TV adjustable to your position. The Eclipse can also be placed on a motorized or manual wall bracket, and controlled with the BeoRemote One BT remote.
Aiming to deliver lifelike images with its revolutionary pixel dimming control technology that renders perfect blacks, infinite contrast and an expanded color gamut, the TV also comes equipped with LG’s webOS 3.5 -- enabling users to access and customize streaming services like Netflix, YouTube, Deezer, and features built-in support for Spotify Connect, Chromecast, and AirPlay audio as well as simple Bluetooth streaming.
The speaker itself is physically customizable as well in either aluminum or different colored fabrics, in addition to be expanded to support a multi-channel surround sound system by adding Bang & Olufsen’s BeoLab loudspeakers, with the TV’s speaker acting as the center channel.
With the BeoVision Eclipse offered in 55 and 65-inch sizes, priced at $9,995 USD and $14,995 USD respectively -- you can find the TV in all Bang & Olufsen retailers starting early November.
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