It has been 4 years since Bang & Olufsen introduced its first ultra compact Bluetooth speaker, A1. For the longest time, we thought there’s not going to have a follow up, but here it is, the new Beosound A1 2nd Gen.
When we stumbled upon a news on some giant AirPods thingy, it piqued our interest and we knew we have dig deeper. Apparently, it was bought from Amazon, but we found none on it. At least not on Amazon US anyways.
What you see here is NOT a lantern, but given it has LED lights that sync to the music it is playing, you probably could use it to light your path. It is a Bluetooth speaker from Japanese brand Balmuda, called The Speaker.
What you see here is indeed a Bluetooth speaker. And no, it is not the remain of He-Man’s Battle Cat. It is a fake lynx skull with appropriate weathering to make look like an excavated remains of a big cat with some high-tech components. The official name is Kranio Cyberpunk Hi-Fi Speaker.
Super rich audiophiles with an exquisite taste for art, Bang & Olufsen’s latest speaker, Beosound Balance, will be right up your alley. It is gorgeous. Then again, isn’t that the case for most, if not all, of Bang & Olufsen products? But this one is a departure from the modernist approach. It is an art.
Looking for unusual-looking, audiophile speakers that showcase the avant-garde decor? Well then, the Elipson W35 is for you. Looking like a planet propped up in any space, the W35 from the French audio brand may look like a single speaker, but it is actually split into left and right channel.
If you are a person who appreciate great sound, but fear the presence of audio equipment will mar your interior decor, well then, Bang & Olufsen Contrast Collection might just be the answer.
We are fully aware that the market is flooded with Bluetooth speakers. However, if you desire for really big sound in a relatively small package, you may want to take a look at Tronsmart Element T6 Max SoundPulse Speaker.
As much as we love the design and sound of Devialet speakers, we are put off by the prices. Seriously, not many consumers will be willing to part with four figures for a wireless speaker. Especially given the alternatives we have today.
People who can’t live without music probably has a set up in the living, the kitchen and even for each room. Thing is speakers can be quite a clutter. Plus, not only they cost a lot of money, but they could be a decor-killer.