Bang & Olufsen recently introduced the very eye pleasing wireless speakers called the BeoLap 17, 18 and the BeoLap 19: a beautiful subwoofer that really stands out. “These new speakers usher in a new era of high-end sound,” says Lars Fredgaard, director of the division of speaker Bang & Olufsen. “Until now, this level of performance was achieved only with speakers connected by cables. Our newest products use a robust wireless standard with sufficient bandwidth and channels for providing a listening experience as the artist intended. Higher sound quality without tasteful interior to disrupt, can now be realized in three ways.”
Underlining the quality of the new speakers, this month Bang & Olufsen was granted a honorary International CES Best of Innovations 2014 Award in High Performance Home Audio for the BeoLab 18 speaker and has also been named a CES Innovations 2014 Design and Engineering Awards Honoree for the BeoLab 17. According to the report of the CES, both speakers embody extreme craftsmanship, innovative design, superior wireless technology and robust sound experience.
Now a days a household name in the world of design, it all started for Bang & Olufsen in 1925 in Struer, Denmark where Peter Bang and Svend Olufsen, two engineers who were fully committed to high quality audio reproduction decided to start the company. Since then, the brand has become famous for their hi-fi systems, in terms of performance and design. Based on a high level of craftsmanship and an intrinsic involvement in high-tech research and development. The company has in recent years broadened their experience with integrated video and audio solutions for home and expanded their operation to other areas such as the hospitality and automotive industries.
The BeoLap speakers and subwoofer are available worldwide at Bang & Olufsen retailers.