Bang & Olufsen’s Most Beautiful Speaker Yet, The BeoLab 50 loudspeaker

BeoLab 50 is the first loudspeaker from Bang & Olufsen, emerged directly from the prestigious BeoLab 90 that set an entirely new standard for state-of-the-art loudspeakers and it will remind you why design and music are the perfect partners. The incredible performance of the BeoLab 50 is a result of the uncompromising acoustic research and technological development of the BeoLab 90 and shares several features with this iconic landmark loudspeaker.

Retouch by: Wetouch Imagework

Retouch by: Wetouch Imagework

The new BeoLab 50 delivers a truly exceptional performance through its innovative sound control technologies and unique design that unfolds as you need it. The loudspeaker’s distinct appearance reflects the technologies applied while still being able to fit seamlessly elegantly into any interior. The silhouette of the speaker is slender, tall, and rounded by floating lines and visible edges with silver-polished aluminium surfaces and warm oak wood lamellas are recognisable trademarks of Bang & Olufsen products. This high-end active loudspeaker with 2100 watts of precision power has an elegant design feature paired with smart technology. Using an external microphone, the BeoLab 50 measures its physical acoustic surroundings and applies the ideal compensation filters to produce optimum sound at your listening positions or throughout the entire room. The speaker is finished with the lower end designed to visually lift the speaker from the floor, keeping a light expression of clear posture in the centre.

 

Available in selected Bang & Olufsen stores worldwide in August 2017 at a recommended retail price of £22,930.

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