Bang & Olufsen is celebrating it’s 90th anniversary, so the company decided to celebrate the achievement with a new speaker. But not just any speaker: the monolithic 300-pound, $40,000 BeoLab 90 loudspeaker, which the Danish company says will change the future of sound.
Bang Olufsen’s latest tech product is about to open our eyes, mind and ears on how futuristic speakers can get. This is Bang & Olufsen’s most expensive and extraordinary speaker to date. The speaker was created over two and a half years to produce the highest quality of sound for every listening environment providing a truly immersive experience.
The BeoLab 90 is an aesthetically pleasing 360-degree, 8200-watt speaker with 18 drivers and amplifiers. It also comes with an App that allows you to optimize the speaker for the room that it’s in.
The program is called “Adaptive Room Compensation” which is a combination of built-in amplification and digital sound processing which enables the speaker to calculate the environment of the room in terms of positioning and acoustics and then alter its output accordingly which is perfectly balanced (taking into account the furniture as well). Users can control and adjust the sound according to their mood using the “Beam Width Controller” feature that customizes the 360 surround sound to your liking and ambiance.
Each unit costs $40,000, and in order to have the most luxurious experience for your ears and soul you will need to buy a pair at $80,000 making it the exclusive speaker set for your home.
The BeoLab 90 speaker has an unconventional, yet futuristic geometric design built in a way that conceals the 18 individual driver units each with its own amplifier which gives you a 360 surround sound with a power of ground shaking 8,200 watts. The unusual build with the aluminum casket to hold all that power finished with the wooden accents on the base gives a rich texture that also goes with its rich sound quality.
These speakers are built around form and function. Not only will they deliver exceptional sound but are beautiful structures that can shoot audio in all directions giving you the most immersive movie night possible.