Did anyone asked for a wireless speaker that blends in with his or her collection of books on a bookshelf? No? Good, here’s one that does just that. Meet the Bang & Olufsen Beosound Emerge WiFi Speaker, a wireless speaker that looks exactly like a standing book.
In reality, the Bang & Olufsen Beosound Emerge WiFi Speaker is more of a wedge shape. However, from the front it looks very much like a book. Not going to deny; it is beautiful and a perfect companion to the B&O‘s Beosound Level.
Thanks to the wedge shape form factor, this slim WiFi speaker can stand upright without the aid of a stand and the form factor allows it to fit anywhere while pumping out full-range, ultra-wide, 180-degree sound wherever you may be in the room.
Perfect for rooms with small living spaces where space is a luxury.
Under the hood, it packs a 4” woofer, piped through the integrated bass port around the back, a 1.45” mid-range driver and a 0.6” tweeter – each paired to its own class D amplifier.
The drivers are bolstered by Active Room Compensation that acoustically optimizes the sound of the speaker based on the room.
Finally, it is complete with a premium build, featuring precision cut, pearl-blasted aluminum, natural oak and seamlessly knitted texture from Kvadrat, and an elegant user interface of soft-touch buttons.
The buttons allow access to Bang & Olufsen radio stations, search on Google or stream via Spotify and adjust volume with a unique circling motion.
The Bang & Olufsen Beosound Emerge WiFi Speaker is part of Connected Speakers. This means, you can enjoy seamless music streaming through out your home through Chromecast or Airplay.
The Bang & Olufsen Beosound Emerge WiFi Speaker will be available in October, with or without Google Assistant, for US$899.
All images courtesy of Bang & Olufsen.