Bang & Olufsen’s Beoplay M3 Speaker

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A compact but powerful wireless speaker.

The latest addition to Bang & Olufsen‘s wireless speaker collection, the new Beoplay M3 delivers powerful sound in a compact body. Designed by Cecilie Manz, the speaker has an elegant and minimalist appearance, blending into virtually any décor. It comes with exchangeable covers to help the user complement any room’s design: a Kvadrat wool fabric for a bit of texture and warmth or pearl blasted anodized aluminum for a touch of industrial style. Made with a compact shape, the speaker suits small to medium-sized rooms perfectly. The soft polymer body improves stability as well as bass performance.

M3 features a 3.75-inch woofer and a 3/4-inch tweeter, both finely tuned and positioned to provide an evenly distributed ambient sound. The speaker comes with Bluetooth and Chromecast, Apple Airplay compatibility, and the convenient Beolink Multiroom feature that helps it connect to other speakers from the Beoplay range. Available now at $299 on the brand’s official website, M3 comes in two versions: black and natural, both available with an aluminum or a fabric cover. Photographs© Bang & Olufsen.

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