Bang & Olufsen: BeoVision 103-Incher Astounds, Empties Your Savings

Bang & Olufsen: BeoVision 103-Incher Astounds, Empties Your Savings

Anthony Nguyen
Mar 20, 2009

If you're going to even throw down $135,000 for a TV, you'd better hope you're getting more than a huge plasma screen accompanied by a name. So, if an automated television stand that raises when you turn it on, automated light calibration, and seamless integration with Bang & Olufsen's BeoLab speaker system sounds like a genuine deal to you, read on and witness (video included) one of the most expensive plasma televisions we've ever covered here on Unplggd.

Of course, being the size that it is, the resolution runs at full high-def (1080p), utilizing a Panasonic TH-103PF9 for the screen. As it raises up with a touch of a button, the mid-channel loudspeaker becomes visible and adjusts to the position of the viewer. The B&O BeoSystem 3 and the VisionClear technology is also used to automatically adjusts colors and brightness every 120 hours. While we're personally fine and dandy with manually tilting our mounted LCD TV ourselves, if you have the money - we suggest you knock yourself out... but don't forget to send us an invite during your next big movie night.

The Bang & Olufsen BeoVision 4 should begin making its rounds in July later this year for $135,000. Click below to have a look at the spaceship-like automated plasma screen in action, paired with classy electro-techno to make you feel right at home.

[via Electronic House]

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