BeoVision 14 becomes the second 4K television to be launched by B&O after its first model known as Avant. The design of the TV is square in shape and similar to that of the BeoVision 11.
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There is space under the screen which is taken up by the speaker system and can be covered with a fabric speaker grille available in many color options.
It is up to you if you want to mount the BeoVision on the wall, keep it on the floor with easel stand or keep it on its motorized stand.
The speaker system of the TV offers two channels. By choosing one of the sound presets you can activate the Film Mode for movie screening or the Listening Mode for late night TV watching.
The fact that the BeoVision 14 offers Android TV remains its most promising feature. You can connect your smartphones or tablets with the TV after getting app support or even Google Cast.
The TV is available in 40 inches or 55 inches but the fact that it does not offer HDR becomes a definite negative for BeoVision especially for the price tag that it has.
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The 40 inch model costs $6700 while he 55 inch model is available for $9300 which doesn’t make it everyone’s cup of tea which is not unexpected when it comes to B&O products.