Bang & Olufsen Beolab 90 Speakers

Oct 9, 2015

Category: Tech

There’s no denying that the design of Bang & Olufsen Beolab 90 Speakers demands your attention, if not for the aesthetic alone. While these might be the most futuristic-looking speakers we’ve ever laid eyes on, it probably doesn’t hurt that it sounds amazing, too.

The design uses an array of 18 Scan-Speak loudspeakers that have been strategically placed for optimal sound output. They’re paired with 14 ICEpower and four class D amplifiers to push out an astonishing 8200 watts of clear sound. The speakers use active room compensation technology to deliver unrivaled sound regardless of where they’re actually placed. They even come with a companion app that allows you to change settings and presets for later use. It’s a gorgeous design that is paired with incredible engineering. Of course, a design so spectacular comes with a spectacular price tag, with these speakers going for $80,000. [Purchase]

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