On August 29, Bang & Olufsen presented his latest creation at the IFA in Berlin (the International Broadcasting Fair), the Beosound Edge. On this occasion we presented you its minimalist and sober circular design that the photographer Ludwig Fabre and Fubiz had immortalized in pictures in Denmark.
On September 6, the Beosound Edge, designed with designer Michael Anastassiades, is presented at Paris Design Week. True to its know-how, Bang & Olufsen has designed a creation whose design comes to serve an irreproachable sound quality. For this, the brand has put advanced technologies in the service of sound delivered by the Beosound Edge. Its circular design and the finesse of its brushed aluminum construction make it an object allowing a smaller space requirement. The challenge lay in the goal of restoring a pure, brand-specific sound. At a high volume, the Beosound Edge provides unparalleled sound power offered by the acoustic technology developed for the occasion: the Active Bass Port. The latter makes it possible to deliver a very fine sound quality whatever the desired volume. The volume management is also made very aesthetic and intuitive thanks to the design of Bang & Olufsen’s latest creation. Indeed, equipped with sensors that detect the presence of the user in the vicinity, the touch surface illuminates to allow to manage the volume in a subtle gesture. The Beosound Edge has a 360-degree sound, which can cover the entire space of the room in which it is located. With the new directional sound control, the user can choose the direction of the sound. Thus part of the room can benefit from a full soundscape, the other part will make passive listening. Bang & Olufsen once again reveals its design science and know-how to ensure the best possible experience for its users.