October 29, 2010 by Rachel Cericola
Bang & Olufsen wants to add a little “life to your wallpaper.” The company just announced its third BeoVision 10 HDTV, which is a 32-inch version of the LED.
Just like the current 40- and 46-inch BeoVision TVs, this smaller model has the same edge-type LED backlight and glossy aluminum frame. It also has some spiffy removable front fabric, so you can swap out black, white, silver, dark grey, blue and orange inserts, to blend into any decor.
Other features on this 32-incher include a 100Hz refresh rate, built-in speakers, a double-sided anti-reflective coated contrast screen, and three HDMI inputs.
It also offers Master Link connectivity and a built-in Peripheral Unit Controller (PUC), which means you can control the TV, along with some of your existing A/V equipment, with a single remote. There’s even options to connect another pair of speakers and a subwoofer, as well as other A/V products throughout the house.
The 32-inch BeoVision 10 LED will start shipping in November 2010. It starts at $4,707. However, if you want it bundled with the Beo4 remote control, anti-reflective contrast screen, and basic wall bracket, expect to pay around $5,585. B&O says that other options and upgrades are also available upon request.
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