The Beosound degree from Bang & Olufen suits completely into your own home


One of the things about Bang & Olufsen audio products is that they are not always designed to look very obvious what they are supposed to be used for. This is ideal for people who are particularly interested in their interior and are looking for equipment that will blend in with their home. This is where the company’s newest level of Beosound comes in.

Bang & Olufsen recently got to grips with their newest pair of wireless speakers in the form of the Beosound Level. At first glance, the speaker looks rather flat and looks more like a tile than a speaker, but as I said, the appeal lies in the fact that it can be used as a decorative item for the home rather than just another electronic device.

The speaker itself has a bead-blasted aluminum frame and five built-in drivers. It also has an IP54 rating when it comes to resistance to water dust, and according to the company, it has a battery that lasts for 16 hours. This means it can be used for a few days before it needs to be charged.

The controls are also built into the frame of the speaker itself so this isn’t obvious and doesn’t get in the way of the design. Obviously, given that this is a Bang & Olufsen product, it won’t be cheap if the Beosound level in Natural is $ 1,499 while the Gold Tone version costs $ 1,799.

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Melinda Martin