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Loewe puts on the style with designer HDR flatscreens that won’t dominate your room

Lowew bild c.43 4k HDR is a stylish purple living room

Premium German TV manufacturer Loewe has launched the bild c, a lifestyle LED LCD flatscreen that’s big on style, but low on bloat.

Available in bijou 32- and 43-inch screen sizes, the Loewe bild c models boast a streamlined design, with soft edges in basalt grey and light-reflecting chrome stand. The TV cabinet includes crafty cable routing, ensuring unsightly leads are hidden from sight. The idea is to blend into a variety of spaces, regardless of interior style. 

There’s a choice of standard TV pedestal, wall-mount or furniture-free TV stand.

It’s not just the aesthetic that’s new. Both the bild c.32 and c.43 feature Loewe’s latest operating system, os7, which comes with Netflix, Youtube and Prime Video apps.

Both are compatible with HDR sources, although only the 43-incher supports Dolby Vision…

Buyers have a choice of either a 32-inch HD TV, or a 43-inch 4k model. Both are compatible with HDR sources, although only the 43-incher supports Dolby Vision.  The 43-inch model features four HDMI v2.0, while the 32-incher has just three HDMIs, with eARC standard on both iterations. 

Despite their relatively small size, both flatscreens take audio seriously, with a built-in soundbar features a quartet of drivers and 2 x 30W amplification. There’s support Dolby Atmos audio, plus Bluetooth, so the set can be used to play music streamed from a smartphone.

 The Loewe bild c.43 retails for £1,499, while the c.32 sells for £1,069.

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