The new B&O Play A9 premium wireless speaker
Bang & Olufsen created a complete sound solution that is as easy to listen to as it is to decorate with. BeoPlay A9, Bang & Olufsen’s latest active speaker system, integrates a line-up of dedicated components with provocative design. BeoPlay A9 features a 2.1 bass reflex loudspeaker system that combines five dedicated speaker units and amps.
The system deliver surprisingly rich bass tones which are cultivated and cool with the patented Adaptive Bass Linearization technology.
According to Henrik Taudorf Lorensen, VP at B&O PLAY, BeoPlay A9 is all about simplicity. “We asked Øivind Slaatto, a young designer who also has a strong interest in music, to create a design that is as free of visual noise as possible, and then had our engineers empower it with truly amazing sound. The result is a liberating take on acoustic performance with a cleanly graphic look that is intuitively easy to use.”
“The sound is big enough to fill even the most spacious room, (as it outputs 480 watts of power) and so lush that it rivals much more complex systems,” says the manufacturer.
BeoPlay A9 can be placed either on the floor or hung on the wall. Screw in the wooden legs to place it on the floor right where you need it, or use the wall bracket to add a circular canvass alongside the rest of the art in your home. You can even choose between a range of colors for the fabric cover, and change them in a snap.
Prices begin at USD $2,699. BeoPlay A9 will be available at Bang & Olufsen stores, the B&O PLAY online store, Apple Online, and select design stores in select markets from second half of November 2012.