There's a new trio of speakers in the market and they're ready to rock your world... literally. Bang & Olufsen has updated their portfolio with the all-new BeoLab line of speakers featuring modern design and state-of-art technology.
BeoLab 17, 18 and 19 are the first widely available speakers to support the WiSA wireless standard (5.2-5.8 GHz with 24bit audio, up to 96KHz). The BeoLab 17 is more compact than the others. It has an aluminium body, a custom two-way 6" midrange driver. On top of that, there's a removable cover with a choice of three colour options: blue, black and white. BeoLab 17 offers a set of mount options, too.
The BeoLab 18, is the successor of the company's loved and popular BeoLab 8000 speaker. The BeoLab 18 shares a lot of its design cues, including its distinctive front panel made of 21 wooden plates with three finishes: black, white and solid oak. Under the panel, there're two 4-inch midrange/woofer drivers.
As for the third speaker, the BeoLab 19 was inspired by geometrical shapes and armed with a pair of 8-inch drivers, each with its own chamber. All three novelties sport a pair of 160-watt amplifiers for quality reproduction of low frequencies.
Bang & Olufsen's BeoLab 17, 18 and 19 will be available in November for £2590, £3990 and £2195 respectively.