Despite the unusual shape, the manufacturer says it has a world of quality sound.
Bang & Olufsen, a wireless company serving thick-walled audiences, aroused the surprise of another speaker. The appearance of the wireless model of the Swedish company Beosound Emerge was inspired by the books on the shelves. The gadget was designed in conjunction with London-based design company LAYER. Despite its beautiful appearance, it still provides excellent sound. It has a 14mm tweeter, a 37mm center speaker and a 100mm subwoofer.
The volume and media control touch buttons are discreetly hidden on the top of the speaker, and its electronic equipment (including the wireless control chip and system software) can be easily replaced in the event of a malfunction or function upgrade. Beosound Emerge supports Apple AirPlay 2 and Chromecast, and can also use Google Assistant through its microphone.
In terms of coverage, there will be two versions of the speaker, the cheaper one is made of black anthracite aluminum, and the more expensive gold tone is in the oak box, and Kvadrat textiles replace the metal grille and cover the entire speaker. positive. The product will be widely used only in the autumn. The former will cost 599 Euros and the latter will cost 749 Euros, which will be converted into HUF 2,16 and 270,000 respectively.
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