Bang & Olufsen has produced a moving work of conceptual art named the Beovision Harmony. It’s a 77 inch, 4K, LG OLED television that has been integrated with a legendary DSP constant, three channel Bang & Olufsen sound system: which is exquisitely crafted from oak. Like other high-end televisions entering the market, the Beovision Harmony transforms.
The unit begins as a Frank Stella like minimalistic assemblage, and choreographically moves to reveal its full bloom. From its condensed stacked quadrangular art-shape, once powered, from a near silent motor, its display ascends from behind its two speakers as if being unveiled from a theatre curtain.
The Bang & Olufsen speakers that are housed in striated blocks of vibrant oak, fold down like Ferrari butterfly doors. In its entirety, the television unit resembles an architectural model of an operatic stage with orchestra. Many of the Harmony’s exquisite details can be traced back to classical music performing environments, and this reiterates the profundity of the system’s sound quality, as with the immaculate composition placed into the unit as a whole.