Bang & Olufsen’s Beoplay P6 Wireless Speaker

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Sleek, compact, and powerful.

When it comes to speakers, few brands come close to Bang & Olufsen‘s ability to blend incredible performance and modern design. The new Beoplay P6 wireless speaker is no exception. It features an ultra-clean aesthetic, courtesy of award-winning Danish designer Cecilie Manz, as well as references to the iconic Beomaster 6000. The pearl-blasted aluminum case with a skillfully crafted hole pattern brings more style to interiors while also allowing the sound to spread evenly. Thanks to its splash and dust resistance, the speaker can safely bring music to the outdoors. A double layered leather strap provides an easy and comfortable way to carry the wireless speaker, complementing the aluminum grill at the same time.

For its compact size, Beoplay P6 impresses with its power and battery life. An additional amplifier combines with the True360 Bang & Olufsen Signature Sound to deliver sound with a bang, while the 2600mAh battery guarantees up to 16 hours of music. Other features include a OneTouch button, a USB-C charging cable, and a microphone for calls and access to Voice Assistants. Finally, the wireless pairing mode allows the user to link two P6 speakers for a full stereo sound experience. Available online and at selected stores from April 23, the Beoplay P6 comes in natural and black. Both versions cost $399. Photographs© Bang & Olufsen.

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