If an audio company were to announce that it was re-releasing a 50-year-old product, you’d be forgiven for thinking they were crazy. Of all consumer products that have evolved over the past half-century, few have changed more than audiovisual equipment.
Bang & Olufsen’s Beosound Level speaker, the first Cradle to Cradle Certified consumer electronic, scraps the idea that technology is ultimately disposable
I’m so out of touch with technology today that the last time I bought stereo equipment, it was still called stereo equipment. In those days, you needed the equivalent of an audio engineering degree to connect your...
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Bang & Olufsen recalled that it was its products that pioneered multi-room technology back in the early 80s. Now to combine all this heritage with current models, the Beolink update will allow.
If there has been a bit of digital ink spilled on Bang & Olufsen lately, it’s because the Danish consumer-electronics manufacturer has been particularly busy creating new products for the design-conscious music lover. That a lot of hi-fi gear has a decidedly generic appearance—
Bang & Olufsen, the oldest audio/video company in the world, continues its 96-year tradition of providing “the finest, design-driven acoustics products on the market” at the La Jolla showroom, says the store owner.