PHILIPS OLED+ 903 WITH SOUND BY BOWERS & WILKINS
Moving to a new city can be very stressful and often requires months of settling into a new neighbourhood or an apartment. When I am not travelling my favourite thing to do is catch up on my long list of Netflix and Amazon series, and as some of you already know, I take lazy days very seriously. So I Invest in the things to make it as pleasurable as possible.
I introduce to you the new Philips OLED TV.
It merges the best in sound and picture quality and is the first result of the partnership between Philips TV and the premium British loudspeaker company, Bowers & Wilkins.
Serving in partnership with Philips TV, Bowers & Wilkins has created a fine, discreetly integrated speaker system along the bottom and rear of the screen that produces excellent performance.
I might be young, but I believe I have an old soul with modern bents. I will admit I have judged others by how big they televisions were, The bigger the screen, the bigger the status. But secretly I always disliked the space TVs take up from the wall behind them. So when I heard Philips were releasing razor slim television with OLED resolution. The television that packed the sound punch of Bowers & Wilkins I knew I had to have it in my new apartment, especially it would be idle for tv boasting.
On the evening of the presentation, Philips invited me to the legendary Abbey Road studios. For those of you that don't know when The Beatles were photographed in August 1969, striding over a zebra crossing in St John’s Wood, London, for the cover shot of their album Abbey Road they were celebrating a building that had played an essential part in helping them take the music world by storm – and, in the process, turned Abbey Road into one of the most famous recording studios in the world. So when I discovered that Philips would be presenting the new OLED TV congestion with Bowers & Wilkins everything made total sense!
The OLED+ 903 TV hit stores in October and will be available in both 55-inch and 65-inch models.
What Philips Had to say.