After several generations of E8 true wireless earbuds and a sports edition, the E8 still did not get the love of active noise cancellation. As it turns out, B&O had another plan and that plan is the Bang & Olufsen Beoplay EQ Wireless Earphones.
We have dug deep into the Internet, hoping to find more information about these beautiful Bang & Olufsen Speakers, but we can’t find any. However, it appears that the Bang & Olufsen Beoplay A9 Fourth Generation “ROC Edition” Speakers is pretty much the latest-gen A9 but cobranded with ROC aka Race of Champions.
Bang & Olufsen is having blast in rolling out new products. In a short span of just three months, it has introduced two wireless speakers and a pair of wireless ANC headphones, and now there is one more. This time, this is targeted at the very affluent.
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.
Bang & Olufsen is no stranger in quality sounding, but very expensive audio equipment. However, at US$499 a pop, the newest audio cans with active noise cancellation from the Danish may sound like a bargain after the US$800 H95 that debuted last year.
If you are in the market for a high-end wireless speaker that looks good, has versatile placement, and portable, then Bang & Olufsen Beosound Level WiFi Speaker may be right up your alley. That’s, of course, if money is no object. More on that in a jiffy.
If you rather not use a sound bar to boost your flat screen TV’s audio, then perhaps, the new Bang & Olufsen Beovision Contour OLED TV may be right up your alley. Well, that’s if you have shit load of money to drop, obviously. But more on that in a bit.
If the name Bang & Olufsen isn’t reputable enough to motivate you to pick up the audio equipment maker’s Beoplay E8 Sport TWS Earbuds, I am not sure if the involvement of UK’s cycling sportswear and lifestyle brand, Rapha, will (not the first time the two collaborated, btw).
Bang & Olufsen is bringing its classic turntable back in the most unadulterated way possible. The high audio equipment maker has recently announced that it is bringing back its classic 1970s turntable as part of its 95th anniversary celebration.
When it comes remote control, the logical assumption is, it is a small device that you can pick up to control your gadgets. Well, not the Bang & Olufsen Beoremote Halo Remote Control, though. For starter, it broke the traditional of remote design by not having a candy form factor.