Superior and a dashing speaker with attitude.
Bang and Olufsen is a luxury tech company and so is it's speakers. This piece is a stationary and hefty speaker made especially for the rich and elegant. On the spec sheet, it's not common with its price tag too.
Technically speaking, this machine has an output that is as much as 8200 Watts, 18 Drivers, 18 total channels of digital amplification and the control of adaptive bass. It has 360-degree support which is great as the output may come uniformly, though, in contrast, this will not help if put in a corner or next to walls which may decrease output due to absorption of surrounding objects. Also, the system runs on an external power supply and does not sustain a battery. Like all other premium speakers, this too can be controlled on aspects by the brand's app with the help of Wi-Fi.
But the money here is not a joke and is charged for a reason. The significance of this speaker is the materials used in context, similar to cars. Some premium materials used here are solid
wood, aluminium, fabric, and even fine smoked oak. Due to tough materials like wood and not mediocre plastic the speaker gains durability. These materials obviously, put together a really heavy speaker, weighing 137 kilograms. The brand furthermore provides vast selections of hues (5 colours) that are mostly uniformly dark as well as plain.
The only considerable drawback for this speaker is its a tremendous cost. This speaker is worth $78,000, which is not honestly worth for a Television speaker alternative. But, it can play better music than it's competition and has seriousness built in it. The recommendation for this speaker is to be bought for a broad area where the output and other factors will come to the utility. But in this case, if you're looking for a premium speaker to use at home, I would recommend buying the Sonos Subwoofer.