Peter Bang and Svend Olufsen started Bang & Olufsen in 1925 when they made the first radio that worked on alternating current when everywhere else only batteries were powering the radio. Since then, the company has been responsible for producing the most innovative audio systems, televisions, and telephones. The BeoPlay A9 launched by B&O Play will hence without a doubt feature some ridiculous technology. The latest active speaker system not only includes the state-of-the-art Bang & Olufsen components but also features the signature style of the brand, making it possible for you to place these speakers absolutely anywhere in your home.
With 5 dedicated speaker units and amps, the system is based on a 2.1 bass reflex loudspeaker system with a Digital Signal Processor that will add a new audible flavor to your music. All you bass freaks will be glad to know that Adaptive Bass Linearization technology from the house of B&O has been included while developing this speaker. You can also wireless connect to these speakers using AirPlay or DLNA.
What’s the damage to own this audiophile system? Considering its Bang & Olufsen, be ready to shell out $2,699 for it.
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