Bang & Olufsen has officially unveiled it latest television offering with its flagship B&O BeoVision 7 set given an extra dimensional 3D overhaul.
Adding 3D credentials the 55-inch TV the latest B&O offering features an LED-backlit display with local dimming that utilises an inbuilt sensor to measure ambient light levels and automatically optimise the screen’s contrast to provide an individually attuned viewing experience.
Brining an additional party piece to the 3D Blu-ray player touting TV, the BeoVision 7-55 plays host to a motorised stand which elevates the screen at the touch of a button and can be turned and tilted for the optimum viewing angle.
“I am very pleased that we are now able to offer our customers an improved BeoVision 7 experience which also allows for 3D viewing”, said Bang & Olufsen’s President and CEO, Tue Mantoni.
Mantoni’s words were reiterated by B&O’s Senior Product Manager Ole Moltsen: “3D functionality is in increasing demand right now where Hollywood as well as the gaming industry is starting to produce more material suited for 3D viewing.
“At the same time, more and more TV channels – in particular sports channels – are beginning to broadcast for example important football matches from Premier League in 3D. However, the quality of the 2D experience is just as important because it is still what our customers will use the most.”