Bang & Olufsen unveils BeoSound 8, a high-end speaker dock for iPad, iPhone and iPod

Bang & Olufsen has unveiled a luxury docking station for the iPhone, iPod, and iPad, that has an elegant design and offeriing “outstanding sound performance”.

The high-end dock system is designed by David Lewis and has dimensions of 26″ x 9.4″ x 6.5″. It is made from painted plastic, aluminium and fabric. The system boasts efective frequence range of 38.3 – 24,000 Hz and has a manual room adaptation switch with 3 positions, which adjusts the speakers’ performance according to whether the system is placed. It change the equalization of primarily the bass channel “according to a room response target based on a large number of measurements taken in different positions in different rooms.”

Bang & Olufsen BeoSound 8

The system also feature Bang & Olufsen patented Adaptive Bass Linearisation (ABL) to get more bass in small spaces and supports both aux-in and USB connections. It is available in black and white and speaker’s fronts colors include –  yellow, purple, green, blue, black and white.

BeoSound 8 comes a remote control,  wall bracket and table stand/feets, so can be placed on a wall bracket or any flat surface, and with will be available in Bang & Olufsen stores worldwide within the coming month for around $1,500.

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