August 21, 2008 by Arlen Schweiger
We know that summer’s winding down pretty quickly, but we’ll leave it to a Scandinavian company to already be fast forwarding to winter. Renowned Danish manufacturer Bang & Olufsen is gearing up for the holidays by launching a new line of winter-white loudspeakers, as well as a couple of products in red hue.
The new BeoLab loudspeaker line in lovely winter white includes the BeoLab 6000, BeoLab 4000 and BeoLab 3500 models.
The BeoLab 6000 is an active floorstanding loudspeaker, with a slim design that allows it to maintain a minimal look as a mere thin line, ideal for your contempo chic media room. With the amplifier directly into the speaker, you’ll be able to crank up the sonic goodness.
BeoLab 4000 features a compact design from a single, smooth piece of aluminum. The form factor also helps deliver reduced dissonance during playback so you can enjoy smooth clarity of your tunes.
The BeoLab 3500 is a dedicated BeoLink remote speaker, ideal as part of your B&O multiroom system, so you can pop it in your bedroom, home office, kitchen or other room around the house (and save the BeoLab 6000s for the priority two-channel system). The white appearance helps the speaker disappear into the room design, as part of your goal to keep technology hidden.
Holiday red can be found with B&O’s BeoLab 4 computer speakers, as well as the BeoCom telephone systems. Red, white and beauty and brrrrrrr!
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