Bang & Olufsen launches BeoVision 8-40

Bang & Olufsen’s cheapest television yet

The Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 8-40 is priced at $7990.

The Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 8-40 is priced at $7990.

Bang & Olufsen has released information on its latest super-stylish LCD television, the BeoVision 8-40. The 40in TV has a 100Hz screen refresh rate with motion compensation and dynamic contrast.

The television is designed to fit in with the styling of other Bang & Olufsen products, while home integration is managed through an additional plug-and-play module.

Bang & Olufsen claims that the BeoVision 8-40 sets new standards for television sound quality, with a hidden bass speaker to recreate low notes, while the front speakers are tuned specifically to suit dialogue and human speech.

Stands and wall brackets allow flexible positioning of the Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 8-40. With a retail price of $7990, it is the cheapest large flat-screen television the company has released.

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