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BeoRemote One
B&O's new BeoRemote One is made from aluminum

08 May 2014 | Rasmus Larsen |

Along with BeoVision Avant, Bang & Olufsen is launching a new TV remote called BeoRemote One. This is a new beginning and it starts with a remote in an aluminum design with small display at the top. B&O is also introducing MyButtons.

BeoRemote One

From now on you will refer to Bang & Olufsen's remote as a BeoRemote.

The One has an elongated design that resembles the Beo4, but it holds so many new features that Bang & Olufsen calls it a new beginning. It is made from a single piece of aluminum with rounded corners underneath so it is easy to pick up and more defined upper edges.

BeoRemote One


The buttons are black and the upper part integrates a small display with visual icons.

Nostalgia replaced by MyButtons

A.MEM, V.MEM and other well-known B&O functions are gone and replaced with new TV and Music buttons, but the MyButton is the true novelty. The three MyButtons can be programmed to a variety of scenarios. For example, you can make the TV go directly to the Spotify app at a predefined volume level and a make the TV turn into position for the optimal music experience with a press of a single button.

BeoRemote One


B&O explains that the MyButtons are extremely easy to set up. Just hold down the MyButton when you wish to set up a scenario. The MyButton will remember exactly how the TV was playing with all relevant settings at that specific time.

The new BeoRemote One can control your legacy B&O products and can also be programmed to control devices from other manufacturers; for example the Apple TV that has a dedicated slot on the backside of the new BeoVision Avant.

The BeoRemote One comes bundled with BeoVision Avant. It will also be available to buy separately at a later point.



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