BeoVision

B&O BeoVision Eclipse Review

Pros Spectacular design and build quality Class-leading built-in sound quality Stunning OLED picture quality Cons It’s expensive It can be complicated to use in some

10 of the world’s most expensive TVs

We’ve thought long and hard about whether a TV costing north of £6000/$7,980 could possibly win a What Hi-Fi? Award. But that’s a petty consideration

B&O BeoVision Eclipse preview: An outstanding remix of LG’s excellent OLED

Take one part LG OLED TV, mix in a healthy dollop of Bang & Olufsen design and this is the result: the BeoVision Eclipse. This is the result

Bang & Olufsen BeoVision Horizon Hands-on Review

KEY FEATURES Native 4K resolution Powder-finished aluminium frame Compatible with an array of wireless speaker solutions Multiple mounting options (including wheels) Manufacturer: Bang & Olufsen

B&O BeoPlay H3 ANC review

Paying £200/$300 for a pair of in-ear headphones is no small ask, but then B&O isn’t exactly a company that concerns itself with budget. In

B&O BeoPlay A6 review

Verdict The A6 oozes style and substance, fully justifying the asking price For Crystal-clear, expressive sound Deep, textured bass Entertaining and engaging Vast functionality Against

Bang & Olufsen BeoVision Avant review

Pros Gorgeous, heavily motorised design Excellent Picture Quality Astounding sound quality and flexibility Cons Not much Smart TV content No 4K HEVC decoding built in