BeoVision 10-32
BeoVision 10 in 32-inches unveiled by B&O

28 Oct 2010 | Rasmus Larsen |

With the new 32-inch version of the successful BeoVision 10, Bang & Olufsen continues the success of the BeoVision 40 and 46-inch model. The new 32-inch BeoVision 10 is targeted for those who prefer a smaller screen, or desire superior sound and picture quality in all rooms of the house.

B&O BeoVIsion 10-32

The launch of BeoVision 10-32 actually marks a new record for Bang & Olufsen, as it is the first time that the company has managed to introduce three members of a TV family within a year.

B&O BeoVision 10-32
B&O BeoVision 10-32


The BeoVision 10 series is characterized by the idea of ‘adding life to your wallpaper’, and with the new 32-inch version, this integrated TV solution also appeals to an audience that loves great design, but wants a screen size that does not dominate the room, Bang & Olufsen says.

32 inches of power and beauty

BeoVision 10-32 is based on the same chassis as the 40” and the 46” versions, and design-wise it adopts the same principles as its two larger siblings, only on a smaller scale. This includes a removable front fabric in a range of colours, and the unique, high-gloss polished aluminum frame that makes the TV appear even thinner than it is. The rear part is available in either black or white.

The 32-inch version is a full HD TV with an edge-type LED backlight, and it offers both Master Link connectivity and DVB-HD module. BeoVision 10-32 offers great versatility, and where the larger TVs of the family are aimed at the main living room, the 32-inch version will also be the perfect choice for the kitchen, the bedroom or the office.

B&O BeoVision 10-32
B&O BeoVision 10-32


BeoVision 10-32 includes a genuinely active, two-way loudspeaker system, which offers a sound quality that is quite superior compared to the market level for TVs of this size. It is more than sufficient for listening to music in other rooms than where the main loudspeakers are placed, but if the desire for sound or bass is higher than the integrated solution can offer, it is also possible to connect two extra loudspeakers and a subwoofer.

To accommodate its versatility, BeoVision 10-32 will offer a wide range of placement options, including motorized stands for floor and table placement, two different brackets for placement close to the wall, and one wall bracket that allows for manual turn and tilt functionality.

With BeoVision 10-32, Bang & Olufsen is now able to offer an even wider range of sizes in the popular family of TVs that truly complement, rather than contradict the home interior.
See FlatpanelsHD’s BeoVision 10 review here.

The price is around 4000 Euro which includes the Beo 4 and DVB-HD module. Expect to see BV10-32 in stores by end of November.

Technical specifiations

B&O BeoVision 10-32


Learn more at www.bang-olufsen.com

- Bang & Olufsen’s press release, edited



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