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  • 10-20-2009 1:39 AM In reply to

    Re: First pictures of BV 10

    Hmmm.

    I'm off to look for a nice pair of active Beolab speakers. 5000 might be too large, but then again ...

     

  • 10-20-2009 1:43 AM In reply to

    • akoro
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    Re: First pictures of BV 10

    What a difference in first impression compared to BV8 when it came out Yes -  thumbs up

     

    I think I want one to replace my BV7-32.

  • 10-20-2009 2:40 AM In reply to

    Re: First pictures of BV 10

    i really can not fathom what all the fuss was/is about.

    it really isn't anything gound-breaking in terms of design.

    what is so novel, pioneering and undone-before about its appearance???

     

    Huh?Sleep

  • 10-20-2009 2:46 AM In reply to

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    Re: First pictures of BV 10 (updated)

    leogenghis:

     

    Hmm, I'm not so sure about this. The BV10 looks better *off* than it does turned on. Doesn't anyone else find the gap between the panel and speaker, slightly annoying? This is exaggerated by the different colour speaker cloth.

    It looks like a great TV for the price. If they brought out a 46" edition, it would be perfect and a step up from my BV7-40. At the moment though, doubt I could give up a BV7-40 for this.

  • 10-20-2009 2:50 AM In reply to

    Re: First pictures of BV 10 (updated)

    The black "gap" below and above the screen is not as large as on this photo.

    They are showing a film that is larger than 16/9, therefore you have additional black bars at the bottom and above.

  • 10-20-2009 4:24 AM In reply to

    Re: First pictures of BV 10 (updated)

    yeah I second that, unless they brought out a larger version, otherwise I will not give up my BV7-40.

     

    But it does look nice on the wall.

  • 10-20-2009 8:10 AM In reply to

    Re: First pictures of BV 10 (updated)

    I like it, still a flat panel to be honest and I do prefer the 7-40.. that said it is very very nice.

    What is curious is the placement of "Bang & Olufsen"... looks odd at the top... should have just etched the brand name onto the glass...

  • 10-20-2009 9:20 AM In reply to

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    mobeyone:

    What is curious is the placement of "Bang & Olufsen"... looks odd at the top... should have just etched the brand name onto the glass...

    +1 It looks really weird, nothing like the other B&O products.. It looks a bit out of balance when the logo is not in between the screen and the speaker. 

     

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  • 10-20-2009 10:09 AM In reply to

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    Re: First pictures of BV 10

    soundproof:

    Hmmm.

    I'm off to look for a nice pair of active Beolab speakers. 5000 might be too large, but then again ...

     

    That was exactly what I thought - how awesome would that look! I already have a pair of BL5K's - now I just need to win the lottery so I can afford a BV10. Just bought a house, so I guess a BV10 is not really in the cards anytime soon Wink

  • 10-20-2009 10:15 AM In reply to

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    When we visited the factory, they explained us they spent a lot of time choosing a Bang & Olufsen Red and a Bang & Olufsen Blue, that they'll use accross the line... and there what do we get: A different blue and an... Orange!!!

    So if I had blue or Red Beolab 9, I could not match them with this TV, this is a bit weird...

    Otherwise I think it really is a nice TV and I am sure it is going to be a big success.

    P.

     

  • 10-20-2009 11:55 AM In reply to

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    Re: First pictures of BV 10

    The design is clean and good. No need to make something new. For example I also would prefer a BS 3200 with a SD card slot instead of these BS 4.

  • 10-20-2009 12:03 PM In reply to

    Re: First pictures of BV 10

    Maybe the BV8-40 also get the 200Hz panel update in the future?

    It has the same chassisHmm

  • 10-20-2009 2:52 PM In reply to

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    Re: First pictures of BV 10

    I really do like it. Was waiting to buy a BnO TV for quite a while. Have new house with wiring but still no TV. Wanted to buy a BV8 till I heard of BV10. My wife doesnt't like the BV8. She does like the BV10.

    I'll order one a.s.a.p !!!!! Getting really excited!!

    Did BnO tell when it will hit the stores?

  • 10-20-2009 4:27 PM In reply to

    Re: First pictures of BV 10

    DVB-HD manual on under the BV10 slot.

  • 10-20-2009 4:44 PM In reply to

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    Re: First pictures of BV 10

    I suppose there is a neat way to handle / hide the cables? Big Smile

  • 10-20-2009 4:50 PM In reply to

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    Re: First pictures of BV 10

    petz:

    Did BnO tell when it will hit the stores?

    I saw it today in the shop. It looks really great. I was ready to buy one at once but didn´t! Maybe later.....

    It´s not magic - it´s Bang & Olufsen

  • 10-20-2009 5:01 PM In reply to

    • steph
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    Re: First pictures of BV 10

    Why not now ?

    Were you disapointed ?

  • 10-20-2009 5:57 PM In reply to

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    Re: First pictures of BV 10

    Like others above, I think I might have finally found the replacement for my Avant DVD, going to the launch in Sydney tomorrow so get to see it there.

    Product specifications doesn’t do the connectivity options much justice, I had to go through the manual to understand this and the flexibility it offers

    BV10, AvantDVD, BS3000, BL8000, BL6000, BL4000, BL3500, BeoPorts, BC9300, BC7002, CX100s, C75s, Beo4s, BC6000s, LC2s, A9, A8s,

  • 10-20-2009 6:37 PM In reply to

    • Sal
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    Re: First pictures of BV 10

    Although the design is underwhelming (to me). I can understand how it must be difficult to come up with something "fresh" from an already refined television design language. I'm glad to see that there may finally be a successor to the almighty Avant. Hopefully the rest of the company will continue to listen to their customers and provide for a wider audience than the niche / rich[e]. -Sal
    Love B&O, but no longer addicted.
  • 10-20-2009 8:14 PM In reply to

    • Dave
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    Re: First pictures of BV 10

    The BV5 makes it look cheap and tacky like a Loewe

    “Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of intelligent effort.”

    Your health and well-being comes first and fore-most.

     

     

  • 10-20-2009 9:38 PM In reply to

    Re: First pictures of BV 10

    Hmmm... as a B&O owner for 12 years (and my father for many years before that), we also have a Loewe Spheros 42HD plasma. More plasticky, yes, but in general well-designed and very pleasant to look at. Never considered Loewe "cheap" and "tacky". Bose might be another matter.

    If it wasn't for the (to me) strange looking floorstand, I'd be all over the BeoVision 10. Cool

    Leo

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  • 10-21-2009 4:14 AM In reply to

    • Puncher
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    Re: First pictures of BV 10

    beoaus:

    I suppose there is a neat way to handle / hide the cables? Big Smile

    Yes - you knock a big hole in the wall behind the BV10 etc etc..............................................Laughing

    No different to any other TV really!

    Generally speaking, you aren't learning much if your lips are moving.

  • 10-21-2009 4:42 AM In reply to

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    Puncher:

    Yes - you knock a big hole in the wall behind the BV10 etc etc..............................................Laughing

    No different to any other TV really!

    I do not have so many things connected to my Beovision 7, but all the cables grouped together  are about the diameter of my fist.

    It would have made sense to deport all the connections to a separate box, like the BC2. Also they show a Video with the TV moving away from the wall, which is a great idea as you're not always facing a wall when watching TV, but they have not motorised it :-( 

  • 10-21-2009 5:11 AM In reply to

    Re: First pictures of BV 10

    We have talked about this before! I know Steve and Sounds Heavenly has given thought to this. The BV10 seems an ideal candidate - time for a Medusa Head? Smile

  • 10-21-2009 5:20 AM In reply to

    Re: First pictures of BV 10

    Dragons Den time Peter!

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