The latest Bang & Olufsen speaker is waterproof and is made of aluminum
Bang & Olufsen is known for that too much and High sensitivity, but the company also has a strong reputation with a small Bluetooth speaker which is very cheap. Today, B&O is launching its latest equipment designed for your summer events: Beosound Explore. Although it was a portable device, the company still kept waste as their equipment. And despite its clear surface, the IP67 speaker voted for dust and water. B&O says aluminum is the most versatile, so it can withstand travel bag or cut part of the bag.
Inside, two 1.8-inch drivers are preparing for outdoor activities. In particular, Bang & Olufsen says the components produce 59dB bass, with sound on both sides due to True360 audio and grille design. On top of that, the controls offer you the ability to play / pause, volume, Bluetooth connectivity and electronic functions. Like most portable speakers, you can use two Beosound Explores simultaneously as a stereo. The company says you can expect up to 27 hours of battery “at a compliant volume,” which B&O listed as 70dB. The Explore has Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity and works with advanced technology from Apple, Google and Microsoft.
Beosound Explore is available in black and green at $ 199 (€ 199 / £ 169) from today – online and in B&O stores. The gray color is found in late summer.
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