Bang & Olufsen is a company known for its exceptional audio product design and price tag. Even the company’s Beoplay line of products, which are supposed to be more affordable, tends to move towards the top of the range. Even so, the company is back with a new set of speakers – the Beolab 28.
As you can see in the photo above, the Beolab 28 certainly doesn’t look like a typical pair of speakers. It has a columnar design and woofers built into the base of the speakers that can either be adjusted to be mounted on a wall as in the photo above, or to stand flat on the floor like tower speakers.
The speakers have a built-in proximity sensor that lights up the controls when it detects someone is nearby. Speaking of controls, there are also four preset buttons built in that can be used to launch Spotify playlists, radio stations, and more. Each speaker unit has three 3-inch drivers stacked vertically, plus a 1-inch tweeter and a 6.5-inch woofer at the bottom.
The speakers also have various wireless connectivity options such as: B. AirPlay 2, Chromecast, Spotify Connect, WLAN and Bluetooth. There is also an Ethernet connection, Powerlink, along with Line-In / Optical. The Beolab 28 is also available in different versions, e.g. B. in natural silver, black anthracite or aluminum in bronze tones. There are also different covers, ranging from knitted to solid wood.
As expected from a set of Bang & Olufsen speakers, the Beolab doesn’t get cheap, starting at $ 14,750.
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