Bang & Olufsen launch a black version of the world’s first high-end compact wireless speaker

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Bang & Olufsen introduce their first compact wireless speaker, the BeoLab 17 in a new finish – black aluminum.  The all-digital, active speaker – the first in the world to utilise the new WiSA standard for high-end wireless is perfect for the upcoming Christmas season. Whether you’re playing your favourite festive tunes, or seeing in the New Year with a party, the BeoLab 17 provides powerful performance and uncompromising sound for crystal clear, wireless audio.

Now available in black aluminum allowing a new way to enjoy the BeoLab 17. Where the existing natural aluminum colour plays with the light, the darker version plays with the shadows. The possibility to change the colours of the fabric fronts further brings out possibilities to let the BeoLab 17 be either a visually strong statement or to create a very subtle addition to the home.

Locate the compact new BeoLab 17 anywhere in the room – from the floor to the wall. And don’t be surprised to discover that it sounds far more superior than speakers double its size.

BeoLab 17 is the most versatile and flexible example of our latest generation of wireless speakers,” says Speaker Category Director, Lars Fredsgaard. “Our designers have worked with our acoustic engineers to create what we think is one of the most well-rounded speaker options on the market today. If you’re looking for sound the way the artist intended it to be heard – and for design that works with your room – then check out the new BeoLab 17.”

Available from Bang & Olufsen stores, the BeoLab 17 speaker costs £2,590.


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