BeoLab 50 Speaker By Bang & Olufsen

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Blending innovative design and state-of-the-art technology, the latest product from Bang & Olufsen continues the Danish brand’s mission of creating “the future of sound.” The BeoLab 50 Speaker takes on a different design approach compared to the BeoSound Shape wall speaker, but it stands out just as much thanks to its creative aesthetic. The monolithic rounded shape ensures that the speaker blends into any modern interior, while the mix of oak and aluminum certainly sets it apart from other designs. BeoLab 50 features a silver semi-matte body with wood lamellas on one side and a black fabric on the other.

The high-end loudspeaker delivers excellent performance with its seven dedicated amplifiers that have a combined power of 2,100 watts. With three 4’’ midrange drivers and three 10’’ woofer drivers as well as an Acoustic Lens at the top, BeoLab provides an incredible sound experience. The seamless controls also impress. They allow the user to connect the speaker to other devices in the home easily. Other features include wired and wireless inputs as well as the Active Room Compensation option which applies custom filters to compensate for sound reflections in different areas of a room. Photographs© Bang & Olufsen.

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