Bang & Olufsen Display 85-inch 3D HDTV

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According to Electronic House, Bang & Olufsen are planning an entry in the 3D marketplace, and they plan to make a big splash with their entrance. The company's first model will be the 85-inch BeoVision 4-85 plasma.

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The television is a very beautifully designed piece of gear, which is not surprising given B&O's reputation. B&O has also added a few unexpected bells and whistles to the TV in the form of motorized options. When users turn on the television, the screen rises to the optimal viewing position and exposes the BeoLab 10 center channel. Users can continue to adjust the turn and tilt of the television from the remote.

The BeoVision 4-85 plasma is an active shutter 3D set, so 3D glasses will need to sync with it. No pricing has been announced at this time, but one can imagine, given the size and quality, it will be a pretty penny.

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