Bang & Olufsen has debuted its new Beovision Harmony television, sporting mechanical, rotating panel speakers that are meant to turn the TV into a sculptural object. When the screen is not in use, the TV sits low to the floor, partially obscured by the speakers. Then, when the TV is turned on, the screen lifts and the speakers fan out and down, “like a butterfly opening its wings.”

The television itself is a 77-inch LG C9 OLED screen — the same that LG sells for $6,999, although without the transforming speakers. As for the speakers, they house a three-channel, fully active DSP-based sound system. Their unique visual front pattern is made with alternating bands of oak and aluminum, and are supposed to “maximize acoustic performance.” It…

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