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MULTIROOM SPEAKERS

Experience sound, design and technology beautifully united. Listen to different artists in different rooms, or the same artist in all rooms at the same time, giving you a unique sound experience even whilst you are moving from room to room. All our Multiroom products can be experienced alone or connected to each other. Read more about our Multiroom solution.

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BLUETOOTH SPEAKERS

All our Bluetooth speakers are made of exclusive, carefully selected and luxurious materials. At the same time, we offer a palette of beautiful and elegant colours to suit your style and interior. All models have an honest, clean and powerful Bang & Olufsen Signature Sound, designed to give you sound the way the artist intended to – authentic and forceful with no tweaks or over-emphasized elements. Bring the sound with you at home or enjoy it outside on a summer evening. With a bluetooth speaker from B&O PLAY, you will always have the flexibility at your fingertips.

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Since 1925, Bang & Olufsen has been synonymous with the art of achieving acoustic perfection. Today, our experts still calibrate and fine-tune each Bang & Olufsen speaker manually. We have refined the techniques that reproduce as authenticly a sound as possible. Our Bang & Olufsen speakers are designed to transform the atmosphere in a room, so that you will forget everything around you, as soon as you press play.

“At Bang & Olufsen we design our audio equipment as an artist creates his work, but without attracting unnecessary attention.”

MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, NEW YORK, MARTS 1978