Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 10 Review

Posted: Jan 18 2010, 10:29am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:56pm CDT, in News | Review Ticker

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A site called FlatPanelsHD just published a review of the latest Bang & Olufsen BeoVison 10 TV. The new B&O BeoVision adopts LED backlighting and 200Hz technology. Technology is important, but the major aspect of B&O products is design.

The 40-inch BeoVision 10 sells for a bit under $10k and would look awesome in my living room.

Quote from the BeoVision 10 review: "The BeoVision 10 presents resplendent picture quality, with one of the deepest blacks I have ever measured for a television, excellent colour reproduction and incredible handling of rapid sport and action movements due to its 200 Hz system. The picture is a touch too blue compared to our reference target, and there is a tad too much artificial sharpness in the picture occasionally, but these things have little impact on the overall experience of fantastic picture quality, wrapped up in the BeoVision 10’s unique design."
Read the full review on FlatPanelsHD.

By the way, Amazon actually has a special B&O store front, but only sells the "cheap" stuff.

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