Most Expensive 3D TV

Most Expensive 3D TV



Ever think you would need to have your home inspected before buying a tv? Well, if you want to buy Bang and Olufsen’s new 3d tv your house will need to be inspected first.

The new BeoVision 4, 85-inch plasma HDTV with active shutter 3D, a massive profile, and a big price tag, Bang and Olufsen have the world’s most expensive 3d tv. The screen itself weighs 300 pounds and its motorized stand weighs another 600 pounds. The screen can lift automatically from the floor into viewing position as well as rotate left and right 20 degrees, and even tilt up and down slightly. The stand comes with a B&O BeoLab 10 center channel speaker that gives it high-end dialog level. This is all offered at a price of $85,000. Buying this tv isn’t as easy as handing over the cash or swiping the credit card, your house needs to go through and inspection first to make sure the floor can handle the heavy screen and the wiring can deliver the required 220 volts to to rn the screen. For an additional $22,000 each you can equipped the tv with BeoLab 5 loudspeakers, and the 3d glasses will cost you $150 a pair.