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Loewe Bild C: New side-lit LCD TV with 4K resolution

Loewe launches new bild c TV

German Loewe  announces the release of a new  bild c  TV in two compact versions – 32  and 43  inches, designed not to dominate the interior, but to harmoniously complement it with its modern style, the company says.

More affordable, it will be a great alternative to the older brothers in the  Loewe  line or perfect for the role of the second screen in the house. Be that as it may, the sophisticated design using high-quality materials leaves no doubt that  bild c belongs to a high premium class.

Technically,  the bild c is a side-lit LCD  TV  with 4K  resolution (3840×2160) for the larger screen and  Full HD (1920×1080) for the smaller one. It supports  HDR10 ,  Dolby Vision and  HLG  and features a powerful 60-watt audio system with four passive drivers for enhanced bass, making it a great music player between viewings.

The TV screen is able to automatically adjust the brightness and contrast depending on the ambient light, and voice commands are available for easy control. The smart platform uses the latest  os7  with access to a vast catalog of video apps. Among other connections,  HDMI 2.1 ports are provided –  in the 43  – inch modification and 3 in the 32  – inch modification.

As standard, the TV comes with a sleek metal desktop stand that hides cables inside for an aesthetic appearance. As an option, you can purchase its floor counterpart for 400 Euros .

By the way, the TV was awarded the prestigious Red Dot 2022 award for exceptional design.

The price of Loewe bild c.32 is 1,299 EurosLoewe bild c.43 is 1,499 Euros .

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