Bang & Olufsen’s BeoVision 10 LCD TV family gets 32-inch version

The Bang & Olufsen’s  BeoVision 10 LCD TV series gets a new sibling in 32-inch version – the BeoVision 10-32. It is based on the same chassis as the 40” and the 46” versions, but with  a smaller scale.

The BeoVision 10-32 has high-gloss polished aluminium frame and includes a removable front fabric in a range of colours, while the rear part is available in either black or white. It has Full HD with an edge-type LED backlight panel with brightness of 450 cd/m2, contrast ratio of 5000:1(typ) and 6 msec. response time (grey to grey). It also includes a active, two-way loudspeaker system and allows to connect two extra loudspeakers and a subwoofer.

BeoVision 10-32 LED TV

BeoVision 10-32 offer a wide range of placement options, including motorized stands for floor and table placement, two different brackets for placement close to the wall, and one wall bracket that allows for manual turn and tilt functionality. Connectivity include 3 x HDMI, VGA, SPDIF, Y-Pb-Pr,  Master Link and DVB-HD module.

BeoVision 10 – 32 will be available this November starts at $4,707.00

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