Beovision Eclipse TV now part of B&O's Bronze Collection

09 Apr 2019 | Rasmus Larsen |

Bang & Olufsen is expanding its 'Bronze Collection' with four new products; Beovision Eclipse, BeoLab 18, Beolab 50 and Beoplay H9i.

A complete Bronze Collection

At Milan Design Week 2019, Bang & Olufsen has expanded its range of aluminum-bronze toned products. The TVs, speakers, and headphones will be exhibited for the first time at gallery Spazio Rossana Orlandi.

The Danish company says that the four products complete the collection. The new products are Beovision Eclipse, BeoLab 18, Beolab 50 og Beoplay H9i. These will join the five existing products (Beosound 1, Beoplay A9, Beosound Edge, Beoplay M5, Beosound 2).

 BeoVision Eclipse Bronze

- "The bronze tone stays neutral from day to night, season to season and year to year – maintaining its elegance and splendour regardless of trends and changing fashions," B&O said.

The company regularly creates collections or design variants of existing products. The Beovision Eclipse TV for example is also available in Piano black, brass tone and smoked oak, and with oak lamellas, in addition to the original version.

 BeoVision Eclipse Bronze

Beovision Eclipse, Beolab 18, Beolab 50 og Beoplay H9i bronze will be available in Bang & Olufsen stores and some partner stores starting April 17, 2019.

Pricing details were not announced but the standard version of Beovision Eclipse starts from around $11000 / €9000 for a 55-inch model. The Beoremote One is available in bronze, too.

 Beoremote One Bronze

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