Unlike small children, television speakers are typically meant to be heard rather than seen, but that isn’t quite B&O’s approach. With audio tech that goes into the tens of thousands of dollars, the company makes it a point to have its speakers look somewhat extravagant. This is a bit of a downer for the BeoVision 10 series, whose screens are outweighed by a gigantic, underlying fabric panel containing all the audio. It has a certain aesthetic charm we suppose, but also makes the TV look like a giant version of the Nintendo DS. While the sound systems are meant to produce exceptional audio, the typically sleek look of flat screen televisions is depleted by the overemphasised speakers.