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Bang & Olufsen Unveils a Trio of Interesting Devices

By Victor Baker


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Pioneers of luxury home audio devices, Bang & Olufsen has always been associated with nothing but high-quality products. And as the demand for high-performance audio equipment with smart wireless capabilities has increased, the renowned Danish company got back to work and introduced three new exciting items in their forever expanding portfolio.

Under an interesting functionality concept called Flexible Living, Bang & Olufsen aims to make 21st century citizens enjoy their life in the finest of ways. That’s where the new BeoVision Horizon 4K Ultra HD comes in, an innovative TV inspired by the idea that a class-leading device can be moved around the home whenever and wherever you like. Once connected to the proprietary wireless network, the Horizon can be moved anywhere, and of course, it can be mounted on a wall.

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Bang & Olufsen has also introduced new BeoSound 1 and 2 systems, fully capable of integrating with streaming services like Spotify and TuneIn Radio. Once these speakers are synced, users may enjoy their favorite tracks in the blink of an eye. On top of that, the BeoSound 1 can also be disconnected from its power supply and used as a portable speaker – for 16 hours on a single charge, at least.

Feel free to look for a Bang & Olufsen boutique or dealer and check out the company’s latest collection right on their website here. Please note that the BeoVision Horizon TV is available in 40- and 48-inch screen sizes, priced at $3,995 or $5,495, the BeoSound 1 will cost you $1,495, while the BeoSound 2 will clear $1,895 out of your credit card.

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Victor has always been a big fan of cars, which is why he’s so proud to call himself a genuine petrolhead these days. His love actually stemmed from his father, who was an automotive engineer. Today, he loves to write down everything that comes to mind, car-related or not, and when he really gets down to it, he pretty much becomes one with his laptop.

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