#IFA2017 – Bang & Olufsen is known for its premium products and if you’ve got cash to burn, perhaps you’d like to purchase the new TV that it has made in collaboration with LG. The two companies announced a partnership last year and have now revealed their new OLED TV called the BeoVision Eclipse. It’s a gorgeous combination of a 4K TV and 450 watt music system with a 3 channel sound bar with integrated internet radio and music streaming. Oh, and prices start from $11,000.

LG’s OLED panels are highly regarded so it’s supplying the panel for this $11,000 TV. It’s claimed that the BeoVision Eclipse is going to provide “absolute black and infinite contrast ratio.” It supports 4K and HDR as you’d expect from a TV of this calibre.

The BeoVision Eclipse also has a motorized floor stand which can be used to rotate it around soundlessly with just a touch of a button. It can even be mounted on a motorized wall bracket.

The TV is powered by LG’s webOS 3.5 platform so it’s a proper smart TV as well with access to apps like YouTube, Netflix, and more. There’s integrated support for Spotify Connect, Chromecast, and AirPlay audio.

Customers who have that much money to spend on a TV should keep in mind that the BeoVision Eclipse is available in 55 inch and 65 inch sizes. They’re priced at $10,990 and $15,990 respectively. The BeoVision Eclipse will be available from B&O retailers starting next month.

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