The new version of the BeoVision Eclipse has been designed by award-winning Torsten Valeur of David Lewis Designers and features a brass-tone aluminium finish on the motorized floor stand, as well as the side and back of the sound centre.
Additionally, the BeoRemote One BT Netflix version also has been given the brass-tone touch, while the speaker cover on the front is handmade in smoked oak wood.
The BeoLab 50 Brass Tone and Smoked Oak speaker, meanwhile, is the work of André Poulheim of Noto Design GmbH. The speaker has been carefully anodized in a brass-tone including the motorized acoustic lens, which appears when the loudspeaker is switched on, and the unique beam width control.
The brass finish is augmented by the smoked oak wood overlay on the side of the speaker. A single unit of the speaker is available for $19,584.
The BeoLab 50 Brass Tone and Smoked Oak loudspeaker is already available in Bang & Olufsen stores, while the BeoVision Eclipse Brass Tone and Smoked Oak TV will hit the stores at the end of May.
Founded in Denmark in 1925 by Peter Bang and Svend Olufsen, Bang & Olufsen has grown to become one of the world’s most renowned designers of high-end audio products, television sets and telephones.