The Beovision Harmony is just over six feet wide and the 8K screen can reveal up to 16 times more detail than you get with regular HDTV.
Bang & Olufsen has enhanced that clarity with AI-enabled features geared toward optimal presentation of the kind of programming that moves consumers to buy such a magnificent beast of a TV in the first place, like movies and major sports events.
A three-channel sound system and dual subwoofer combine to provide cinema-worthy audio, but you can still tie the Beovision Harmony to Bang & Olufsen speakers. That's as many as eight speakers to truly bring the surround sound experience home. All these functions and peripherals can run from the Beoremote One, a controller crafted out of a seamless sheet of aluminum.
Bang & Olufsen understands customers don't want technology to dominate well-turned-out decorating schemes, so consumers will have the option to customize the massive TV with a variety of façades, including oak, aluminum, brass-colored aluminum with smoked oak accents, or bronzed aluminum with walnut trim.
The Beovision Harmony 88-inch TV will hit showroom floors in Bang & Olufsen stores at the end of June 2020. It retails for $49,000. Keep an eye on bang-olufsen.com for more information.