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Bang & Olufsen Beoplay A9 Speaker

Wireless speakers have become quite commonplace, now that companies like apple are trying to push such conveniences into more homes. Its Airplay technology enables its devices to connect wirelessly to several supported home devices such as Airplay speakers. The Bang & Olufsen Beoplay A9 speaker is just one of such devices that have recently come out. The Bang & Olufsen Beoplay A9 is a beautifully crafted and designed wireless speaker that not only provides some high end audio quality to any home but also provides some level of aesthetics that not a lot of speakers today can do. It comes as a uniquely designed circular speaker with a 70.1 cm diameter. It comes with a built-in amplifier that powers a setup of 5 driver units to give a robust and clear audio quality. Users can stream music to it wirelessly using Airplay technology or via the more common DLNA wireless streaming technology. But it’s the speaker's wireless function that makes it an interesting speaker to have at home. The Beoplay A9 can either be displayed as a standing speaker with its unique wooden legs that give it some bit of character. It can also be mounted on the wall using at optional wall mount. A combination of good looks and great sound, the Bang & Olufsen A9 wireless speaker is expected to be available sometime during the 2nd half of November. It is expected to cost around 2,000 Euros or around US$2,600. Image Source: Bang & Olufsen Read More

Bang & Olufsen Playmaker

With wireless technology ever becoming a standard for devices, having the means to seamlessly integrate those devices becomes even more of a requirement than just simply a luxury. But everything seems to be getting there. With the likes of Bang & Olufsen Playmaker being introduced, it would only take some time before audio devices in all homes will eventually feature all these wireless connectivity. The Bang & Olufsen Playmaker is a wireless device that allows users to stream audio from any wireless device into several Bang & Olufsen quality audio speakers. It is compatible with both DLNA and AirPlay or NAS, making it quite versatile to support a wide range of popular music devices that people own. It is designed to be quite inconspicuous when placed in any area so as not to catch attention. The Bang & Olufsen Playmaker may someday become a common fixture in any home where wireless connectivity is a must. It is expected to be available in retail outlets sometime at the end of July. It is expected to cost around US$425. Image Source: Bang & Olufsen Read More

Bang & Olufsen BeoLab 11 Subwoofer

Bang & Olufsen, the Denmark-based manufacturer of high-end audio and video products, has launched its latest product, the BeoLab 11 subwoofer. It features a unique acoustic design that allows the BeoLab 11 to be placed on the floor, in a corner, or mounted on a wall. The company boasts of the BeoLab 11's powerful bass that can pick up low frequencies as low as 300Hz and below. Its two 6.5-inch drivers face each other in an aluminum shell, while its Acoustic Balance Principle stabilizes the sound further while minimizing vibrations. The BeoLab 11 will be available in North American showrooms beginning mid-May 2010. Colors that will be initially offered include silver anodized aluminum and painted white. Retail price range from US$1997 to $2574, depending on color and mounting options. Source: Engadget Related articles Bang & Olufsen BeoLab 11 Subwoofer ( Bang & Olufsen Launches BeoVision 10-40" LCD Television in Canada ( Bang & Olufsen Announces Slim BeoVision 10 ( Read More

Bang & Olufsen BeoCenter 2

No, this isn't a flying saucer despite the fact that it resembles one, but an entertainment center. You heard that right, Bang & Olufsen BeoCenter 2 is perfect to fill in the music not just for your living room but for the whole house. It is an integrated and versatile audio and video system offering easy access to CD audio, AM/FM Radio and DVD video. Extra options such as DAB radio and Internet radio playback can be added, via connectors for a PC or a Mac. Its presentation is a product of pure aesthetics. It features the following specification: FM/AM radio with 99 radio presets, DVD-Video, Video-CD, Audio CD, CD-R, CD-RW, CD-MP#, CD-WMA, DivX, JPEG playback support. It also supports NTSC and PAL formats. For the perfect picture and sound experience, combine it with Bang & Olufsen television and any BeoLab loudspeaker. It is comprised of two units: a control panel and a separate socket unit. The two units are linked together by a single cable. The control unit will be cleared off all cables and cords while the socket unit is used to connect to all the speakers and related components. This socket unit in the form of a black box can be hidden under a piece of furniture or behind a curtain, to hide the mess produced by the intertwining cables.BeoCenter 2 can be mounted and displayed in the wall, can be attached to a floor ot table stand or simply placed on a shelf. The whole product has a unique soft-touch control pad which is made from polished aluminum and it could be able to detect human touch. It would easily respond with just a glide of a finger. No buttons needed.This magnificent work of innovation is priced at $4100.00. Read More

Samsung and Bang & Olufsen Introduce Serenata

In 2006, the collaboration between audio expert Bang & Olufsen and mobile phone technology leader Samsung resulted to the very first music phone, the SGH-E910 also known as the Serene. The release of the Serene had some mixed reviews, quite understandable for a brand new product. A few months after its release, reports came out the the two companies will be following up on the release of their music phone. And so they did.  In 2007, the joint venture of the two companies will be releasing a keypadless touchscreen Serenata. This pure music mobile found has built-in quality speakers with advanced audio engineering courtesy of no other than Bang & Ofulsen. It features hi-fi speakers to deliver high quality sound and telephony function.The speakers and sound quality has been designed to provide optimum music performance especially on playback of "uncompressed" music. The Serenata also handles formats like MP3, WMA, and AAC. Aside from the big and quality speakers, the Serenata phone will have high-speed internet connectivity via 3.5G, 4GB of on-board memory, and 2. 4 LCD screen capable of displaying 240×240 pixels at 262K color. The display screen was developed by Samsung. Furthermore, users can fully enjoy various multimedia features including music and video, e-mail, MMS and downloading of music tracks.The first thing that struck me as major improvement from the Serene is the Serenata's elegant design. Built to be operated by one hand, its click wheel navigation allows users to control the music functions easily. Although, at 63×109.5×19.7mm and at 136 grams, some might find it difficult to operate the music phone using one hand. The wheel navigation is also used for dialing, writing and accessing the music lists and is supported by the touch-screen technology of the LCD display. Plus the cool aluminum and the lacquer is a great combination. It gives the music phone a touch of elegance, slimness and craftsmanship.For added convenience, the Samsung B&O music phone provides accessibility to Bang & Olufsen's BeoPlayer software and the Samsung's PC studio which can be used to organize music files on the PC and for easy transfer of files to and from the music phone. As an upgrade for Serene, the Serenata is a great product. As expected, the retail price is quite high. The new Samsung Bang&Olufsen Serenata is said to go at US $2000 or 1400Euro. Read More

Create Some Wall Art With B&O BeoSound Shape Speakers

Most speakers are generally considered as an audio device. People choose them for the level of quality sound they provide. You put them in one area of the room and you do not think anything more about them. But what if you can make them as part of the room decor? That is what the new BeoSound Shape Speakers from Bang and Olufsen aim to offer. The B&O BeoSound Shape Speakers are quite unlike any speaker you've used before. It is designed to be modular to make it versatile for different uses. It is a wireless speaker system that will allow users to add multiple speakers when needed. It is designed to be visually elegant as it is functional. The wall mounted speakers can be arranged in a way that will make it look like an art installation. It also literally is a "wall of sound". Not only that, the B&O BeoSound Shape Speakers also comes with BeoSound Core hub that allows AirPlay, Chromecast and Bluetooth streaming for a convenient wireless set up. Users can also set up multi speakers in different rooms and connect them all to get a multi-room audio system. The B&O BeoSound Shape Speakers is expected to be available in August of this year at different specifications. But mind you, it will not be cheap as the standard setup is expected to cost you around 3,400 UK Pounds. That's around US$4,245. Image Source: Bang & Olufsen Read More

New BMW 6 Series Coupé Comes with 16 B&O Speakers

BMW has unveiled its all-new BMW 6 Series Coupé, but we are more interested with its 16-loudspeaker sound system provided by Bang and Olufsen. The audio system, which runs on 1,200 watts, features of seven tweeters that are paired with mid-range speakers for a consistent sound. It also has two large subwoofers mounted to the car's body under the front seats, ensuring that these speakers would not yield unnecessary vibrations and rattles. It even has a speaker grill in the center of the dashboard that pops up once the sound system is turned on and reveal a large acoustic lens to project 180-degrees of high-quality sound It is like putting the audio quality of a music hall into a single car. This new Bang & Olufsen system will debut along with the new BMW 6 Series Coupé in fall 2011. Source: CrunchGear Read More

BeoSound 5 Encore Comes with Spotify Integration

There are audiophiles that just do not take sound quality for granted. They always want the best is sound quality in the music players they use. High end sound systems and audio players are able to offer such features that can satisfy the needs of discriminating audiophiles. The BeoSound 5 Encore is just one of those that will help aid audiophiles with organizing their own music files and now comes with Spotify integration. The BeoSound 5 Encore is a digital music system that allows users to take control over organizing their high quality music collection and play it in a way to preserve sound quality. When coupled with compatible high end Bang & Olufsen speakers, it will create a sound system that is worth its high end sound performance. The Beosound 5 Encore can play the usual compressed music formats as well as those lossless formats that preserve sound quality just to what audiophiles look for. The BeoSound 5 Encore also comes with a USB slot for an external hard drive or a flash drive to source your music collection for playing on the device. You can also connect another portable music player directly via a line out socket on the BeoSound 5. It also comes equipped with ethernet and wireless connectivity to allow you to also source out music from the Web. And as a new feature, the BeoSound 5 also comes fully integrated with Spotify. Armed with a Premium subscription, users may be able to access thousands of online songs may be streamed directly through the device. If that is not enough, there is also a choice of 14,000 Internet radio stations to listen to. The BeoSound 5 Encore with Spotify integration is now available at Bang & Olufsen for US$6324. Image Source: Bang & Olufsen Read More

A Speaker Dock for Your iPad

If the iPod can be put on a speaker dock, then its larger cousin iPad should have its own line of docks as well. This probably ran through the minds of people behind Bang & Olufsen, which is why they unveiled a massive dock for the iPad. The BeoSound 8 dock features a central single control and a pair of speakers that appear round from the front, but are actually conical. The device also accepts iPods, as well as line and USB in. The dock is now available in Europe for 895 euros (about US$1,228) and is expected to be sold in the United States later this year. Source: ElectricPig, via CrunchGear Read More

Not to be outdone, Lamborghini also comes with its own netbook

Fighting toe to toe with the Ferrari-theme laptops from Acer, ASUS is now shipping its 12.1-inch Lamborghini Eee PC VX6 to the United Kingdom. It features an Intel Atom D525 processor, NVIDIA Optimus graphics, and Bang & Olufsen sound quality. The netbook's appearance was inspired from the superstar sportscar Murcielago LP640 Roadster. Its hardware are also said to provide breathtaking graphics and audio files. The Lamborghini Eee PC VX6 is available on a number of retailers, including Micro Anvinka,,, and Source: Engadget Read More

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