Bang & Olufsen Chanterelle – 500 units and brown paint job

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(image: B&O) Bang & Olufsen Chanterelle | US$tba | www.bang-olufsen.com

for the affluent folks, gadgets clad in black and silver paint job may not sound like a match with your gold-ish themed victoria decor and for that, you have the Bang & Olufsen Chanterelle, a limited edition BeoVision 10-46 in a whole new color that you will never expect to come from B&O. technically speaking it is still a 10-46 but the Chanterelle is given a warm glossy brown color for the frame, along with a matching light brown tone for the speaker front cover. the brainchild behind this color scheme is David Lewis Design Studio, who drew its inspiration from Scandinavian interior design that are largely dominated by wooden decor.
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like all modern flat panel TV, it can be mounted on the wall or you could just let it sit on the floor. the unobtrusive stand concealed behind the TV allows it to lean back like a painting readying for a gallery show, while a pair of thin, anodized spikes in matching color, appears to lift the TV up. only 500 units are available up for grab and each Chanterelle TV is numbered and its number is engraved along with Chanterelle’s name. further marking its exclusivity, the BeoLab 6002 speakers in matching Chanterelle color will be be available for purchase for customer of this limited edition BeoVision 10-46. a short product video and a few more close up look after the break.

SOURCE: Bang & Olufsen

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