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B&o Beovision 7-40 : Beovision Review

By: Stephen Morgan

With the Festive Season approaching it is one of the busiest times of the year, especially regarding the TV, and DVD Industry as we all try and make sure that we don't miss the latest TV Films. The following article is to help some of you who might be interested in buying a B&O Beovision 7-40 make up your mind.

Getting a new television for the home is a major purchase nowadays. If you are going to spend what could be considered a small fortune or at the very least a large amount of money then it would be prudent to try and make the correct decision at the outset.

Ensuring that any purchase you make is to all intent and purposes future-proof has to be the most major of all criteria when deciding which TV to buy.

Digital television (DTT) is a telecommunication system for broadcasting and receiving moving pictures and sound by means of digital signals, in contrast to analogue signals used by analogue (traditional) TV. Introduced in the late 1990s, this technology appealed to the television broadcasting business and consumer electronics industries as offering new financial opportunities.

The purpose of this article is to take a look at what is on offer with the new generation of Flat Screen Televisions available and in this case the television in particular is the B&O Beovision 7-40.

The Beovision 7-40 is a 40in LCD TV and the prices for these are around 7470 pounds sterling or 15000 US dollars. The screen resolution is 1366 X 768 and with regards to being HD Ready the answer is yes. The Beovision has 3 (3 RGB) scarts and the type and number of Multimedia interfaces the Beovision 7-40 uses is DVI and 1. The type of Tuner for this TV is Analogue and Digital and the Beovision is available from specialised outlets only.

So how would we rate the B&O Beovision 7-40?

Well to start with our score for the picture quality is 10 out of 10, and for the sound quality we would rate it at 10 out of 10. With regards to the availability and number of relevant connections, our score would be 8 out of 10. If we take a look at the overall "featureability" our score would be 8 out of 10 if we then take a look at the ease of use and overall value for money then our scores would be, 6 out of 10 and 6 out of 10 respectively.

The overall verdict would be the performance of this TV it has to be said is pretty fantastic but a similar performance can be had for a fraction of the price and therefore giving much greater value for money if you know where to look elsewhere.

It is extremely unlikely given the variety and range of makes and models available that you will not be able to find something to match your tastes or budget.

The important thing to remember here is that with regards to the B&O Beovision 7-40, this is only our opinion and an independent view and does not imply an official endorsement of the B&O Beovision 7-40 either way, good or bad.

Please be aware that the prices quoted in this article are taken from a number of leading e-commerce websites and as such should be taken as guides and indications of prices rather than absolute quotes.

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About The Author, Stephen Morgan


Stephen Morgan writes about Flat Screen Televisions and the new generation of Plasma and Digital Televisions at Best Flat Screen TV and http://www.bestflatscreentv.biz

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