We conduct our daily lives against a soundtrack of incessant background noise. But the nature of that noise is changing in the digital age. And sound design — the way we engineer recorded audio — is changing with it.
Bang & Olufsen will freely admit that its new BeoLab 90 speaker is ‘not for everyone’. Given that most people can’t blow $40,000 on a car, let alone speaker-systems-as-modern-art, that’s not surprising. But at least for the money, you should get a nice hi-fi.
Something about Bang & Olufsen's BeoSound Moment looks familiar, huh? The aluminum and glass slab is basically a big iPod that's supposed to power wireless music throughout your house. This thing is going to cost a damn fortune, but there's a lot of lovely design to admire—even if no normal human will be able to…
Aerospace manufacturing, stiletto heels, modern architecture, and more: The design inspiration for Bang & Olufsen's three new wireless speakers—which were unveiled at an event in New York today—runs far and wide.
Bang & Olufsen is known for two things: high quality sound and high quantity price tags. The AirPlay savvy BeoLit 12 Wireless Speaker don't disappoint in either regard. Oh, and it looks like a pic-a-nic basket!
B&O's products have such an air of wealth to them, I'm surprised more owners aren't killed each year. Their latest home-music system comes in at $3,350, and streams music from PCs, network servers, hard drives, other wireless devices and from over 13,000 internet radio stations.
If the 85-inch, 3D display on Bang & Olufsen's BeoVision 4-85 doesn't turn a few heads, maybe its motorized stand will. Their first foray into 3DTVs, Bang & Olufsen's BeoVision stand automatically tilts and rises to match your line of sight, giving you an optimum view of the anti-reflective plasma screen, which is…
How can you listen to music as loud as you want without headphones and without annoying people around you? Consider Klang's ultrasonic speakers, which use a 30,000hz frequency to beam an audible wave to a single point.
A strange amalgamation of notebook and all-in-one, we're not exactly certain what we should call the NX90, other than a polished aluminum beast.
Though many of us ditched landlines long ago, B&O still pushes out cordless phones for those who can afford its designer wares. The BeoCom 5 handles two-landlines plus PC-based VoIP calls, and its portable speaker can double as a charger.
I just got my new apartment. A studio. Veehee cute, but small. That's why the BeoVision 10 has my name all over it. I mean, if my name was Bang & Olufsen. Or if I had a spare $8,700.
When Bang and Olufsen tackles a new type of device, they do it in a very specific way: oddly, stylishly, and with reckless disregard for cost. Exhibit F: The $375 BeoTime, a flute-like, accelerometer-equipped wireless alarm clock.
Behold the latest offering from Samsung and B&O: the 3G, dual-slider F400. Slide the front upwards and you get your keypad, slide it down and your B&O speakers heave into view. As well as the 2.2-inch QVGA display, there's an RDS-enabled FM radio and MicroSD card slot. Price is expected to be around the 380€ mark,…
Tuning your television is something only videophiles and Gizmodo readers do (seriously, normal people don't care enough to spend a few hours on this), but Bang & Olufsen's BeoVision 4 might change that practice. The 1080p TV has a built-in robotic arm with a camera on the end that swings down in front of the display…