Bang & Olufsen are a brand best known for their speakers, but the company also has a smaller range of luxury TVs under its belt.
This BeoVision range is set to grow one bigger with the release of the company's latest 4K TV set, the BeoVision 14.
A customised experience
The set contains the company's Automatic Picture Control sensor, which monitors the light and sound in a room and adjusts the television's output accordingly.
For example, if you turn off a light in the room, then the television might dim slightly to avoid appearing too bright in a darker room.
If partnered with a motorised stand (sold separately) then the television will rotate to match your viewing position.
Bang & Olufsen is a company famous for its speakers, and as such it's no surprise that the BeoVision 14's bottom third is dedicated three-way speaker set.
The set is not HDR-compatible, meaning that it will not take advantage of the increased range of brightness allowed by HDR content, and does not meet the standards for UHD Premium, a disappointing omission, especially at this price point.
The set will be available in 40 or 55-inch models, with a choice of either cloth or oak speaker covers.
The 40 inch version starts at $ 6495 (£4495 / AU$5797) while the 55 inch version starts at $8995 (£6495 / AU$8226).
- Check out our guide to the best 4K TVs
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