Bang & Olufsen would not be what it is if they actually worked things in a conventional manner. In addition to superior quality, the Danish company has accustomed the audio-video audience to the unique combination of futurism and Scandinavian minimalist approach to design. The same is true for their new active wireless speakers labeled BeoPlay A9, which look like satellite dish, round in shape and placed on three legs, which are made of wood and bring a dose of naturalness in the design or SF.
A cloth mesh that covers the entire area of a circle can be gray, green, red, black or brown, and below it are two tweeters and midrange diameters 19 and 76 mm, and the bass driver of 203 millimeters. You can also order from September the Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay A9 NordicSky edition which comes three different variants of light that are reflective of the unique Scandinavian long summer nights. The sweet blue light at twilight, green darkness of dawn and the redness of dusk can be yours for $2,699. The Nordic Sky Accessory Pack will be priced at $259 and will be stocked at Bang & Olufsen stores as well as at the B&O Play online store.
Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay A9 used to drive a total of five independent Class D amplifier – 80 watts for the tweeter and midrange, and 160 watts for the subwoofer unit. In addition to one analog input and a USB port for connecting iOS devices, A9 is equipped with LAN and Wi-Fi connectivity with DLNA certification. Playback control is possible using the Beo4 remote control and Beo6, and touching the top of the frame speakers, whereby movement awaken certain commands, start and stop playback, skip to the next track, and volume control.