Dutch-based audio manufacturer Bang & Olufsen shows off its brand new all-in-one wireless speaker BeoSound 35 at CES 2016. The company renowned for making opulent designs has yet again created a music system that supports a wide pentagonal shape, which blends with your home decor.
Made using aluminum, the all-in-one multi-room music system is designed to fill the entire room with a well-balanced sound. Provided with easy-to-use intuitive touch interface, one can easily handle the music source as well as track selection and volume control. To add more feasibility, one can also control things from distance with the help remote or free BeoMusic App.
The live streaming opting gives user chance to easily integrate with services like Spotify, Deezer and TuneIn, getting one-touch access to millions of songs, radio stations and playlists. Featuring Apple AirPlay, DLNA and Bluetooth 4.0 streaming, the BeoLink Multi-room technology, the speaker allows users to unite with Bang & Olufsen multi-room products.
To offer versatility, the sleek and minimal design and shape of BeoSound 35 allow users to place it anywhere, as per personal requirement. The aluminum stand lets it stand on a table or shelf, while high/low wall brackets give users feasibility to hang it anywhere they wish.
Coming with two four-inch bass drivers placed within the cabinet, it acts as the base for room filling stereo experience, while the ¾-inch tweeters positioned in the edges give beautiful details to the music. It is powered by 80-watt class D amplifier that offers premium sound.
Planned to be launched on April 13, 2016, the recommended retail price fixed for the music system by is €2,295 to €2,785 (approx. $2,506 to $3,041).