If you are in the market for a pair of high-end speakers for music enjoyment or as an immersive home cinema setup, Beolab 8 may be it. Well, “may be it” only if money is no object, that is. The Beolab 8 is more than just a speaker; it’s an audio masterpiece.
Whether you’re creating a home cinema or enjoying high-fidelity music, this speaker can do it all. Its one-piece aluminum body, available with wooden lamellas or fabric, is a testament to Bang & Olufsen’s craftsmanship. Inside, a three-driver setup, featuring a 16mm tweeter, 3″ midrange, and 5.25″ woofer, delivers exceptional sound quality.
But what sets it apart is its advanced features: beam width control for customizable sound, room compensation for perfect acoustics, adaptive tuning for optimal performance, and ultra-wideband technology. Plus, it seamlessly connects via WiFi 6 and Bluetooth 5.3, and it’s compatible with legacy systems via Powerlink.
The new Bang & Olufsen Beolab 8 is available in an array of customizable colorways. You can choose from silver/natural aluminum, gold-tone, or black anthracite, and combine with speaker covers in oak, light oak, dark oak, or go the conventional way with fabric.
But this kind of wholesome sound and exquisite aesthetic almost always don’t come cheap. It will bust a US$2,749 hole in your bank account.
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