All In Bang & Olufsen
For six years, the WiSA Association has struggled to achieve critical mass for its wireless surround-sound technology, but new member Xbox could change the game, so to speak. Meanwhile, WiSA needs a better website .
Julie Jacobson · October 25, 2017
At CEDIA 2017, the home-technology industry’s big show, exhibitors showcased fresh audio/video designs that blend with the environment … or stand out as works of art.
CE Pro Editors · September 14, 2017
Via its B&O Play subsidiary, Danish manufacturer Bang & Olufsen is the latest manufacturer to take on the wireless multiroom audio market with its highly designed $599 Beoplay M5. Also, Lenbrook Americas named U.S. distributor.
Jason Knott · January 12, 2017
CE Pro Product Editor Bob Archer picks the 12 products that stood out to him most at CEDIA 2016, from 4K and HDR to audio and monitoring services.
Robert Archer · September 21, 2016
CEDIA 2016: New Origin Acoustics loudspeakers, co-designed with Bang & Olufsen, will be sold through 700 B&O stores, with options for in-wall speaker grilles that make a statement, rather than fade away.
CE Pro Editors · September 19, 2016
Home of the Year Gold Winner for Unique Space. From Savant control to LED lighting, every piece of technology in this renovated barn was chosen for its low energy consumption. The goal was to use technology … to get away from it.
Lisa Montgomery · August 21, 2016
Maverick Integration’s new showroom in Nashua, N.H., features vignettes featuring Bang & Olufsen, Lutron shades and Millson Custom Solutions, as well as a dedicated theater and rack-building facility.
Jason Knott · June 28, 2016
Together with the scalability and flexibility of its setup, Basalte’s Asano Native KNX audio system serves as a networked solution for high quality audio in bigger homes.
Alice Gustafson · February 03, 2016
Bang & Olufsen (B&O) BeoLab 90 loudspeaker stands 4-feet tall, weighs 302 pounds and might be one of the most unique speaker designs ever. The 360-degree speaker has no visual ‘front’ and can change its audio dispersion.
Jason Knott · February 02, 2016