Bang & Olufsen reveals their BeoPlay A2 Bluetooth loudspeaker


When it comes to audio products that actually deliver an explosive performance, you might want to check out the likes of Bang & Olufsen, as this outfit’s offerings have been consistently good over the years. In fact, one can more or less feel safe picking up any of their products along the way, only if one is able to afford it, that is. Well, this time around, those who are in the market for a Bluetooth loudspeaker but would not want a brand that can be simply found in other households might want to consider picking up the Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay A2. The BeoPlay A2 is a brand new Bluetooth loudspeaker which will boast of True360 degree sound alongside a 24 hour battery life.

In fact, the Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay A2 is currently touted to be the world’s first omni-directional sound solution for a flat speaker. This two-channel speaker – will feature two channels on each side of the device, and it will also utilize a brand new Bang & Olufsen solution which is known as ”Power Response Enhancement”. It will come with an additional tweeter on the rear side of the main driver, delivering an even higher frequency radiation around the edges. Apart from that, when this particular two channel speaker solution merges alongside the main speaker drivers’ omni-directional sound dispersion at low frequencies, it will result in what is known as a True360 sound experience, being powerful and able to fill up an entire room regardless of the direction.

In fact, the BeoPlay A2 is said to carry enough juice to ensure that the party does not stop – and it can offer playback of up to 24 hours on a full charge, now how about that? Certainly this is unprecedented, even more so for speakers of such a size and category. Any takers for this beauty?

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HiHat Says: October 31, 2014 at 9:39 am

And speaking of “takers for this beauty,” how much is B&O asking for this little spud? The company is not known for good value. I also wonder what kind of bass response this speaker produces — I doubt it comes close to the low-end output of the Bose Mini…

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