Bang & Olufsen presented its speaker Beosound Emerges which looks like a book, but has AirPlay, Chromecast and is compatible with HomeKit
The sound company Bang & Olufsen surprised his followers by launching Beosound Emerges, It’s about a premium speaker What a surprise to have a book design.
According to the company, they wanted to create a device with great functions but that is also thinner than current equipment.
The speaker has AirPlay, Chromecast and it is compatible with HomeKit. It is promised that regardless of the space in which the Horn, it will be possible to extend the audio throughout the space.
Beosound Emerges It features a 100mm woofer, a 37mm mid-range and a 14mm tweeter. At the top are the touch areas to stop the music or change the song.
In this way the Horn will adapt the sound to its location in the room. It has Bluetooth 5, connectivity with Spotify, 3.5 mm jack port, Ethernet input and its charging port is via USB-C.
The design of Beosound Emerges It was led by Benjamin Hubert, founder of the LAYER agency. The loudspeaker is in a vertical format, with shapes that taper at the front and then become wider at the rear, so that it has a not very pronounced wedge-shaped design. This design allows it to fit in with any home décor.
Beosound Emerges It will be available in the European market with a starting price of 749 euros (17,862.37 pesos) for the pink model and 599 euros (14,288.96 pesos for the black horn. Bang & Olufsen He noted that his equipment will be available globally in the fall of this year.