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Bang & Olufsen Beosound Emerge Speaker Proves Quality From Top To Bottom

From a design perspective, Bang & Olufsen are pretty much beyond compare in our opinion here at The Status Life and, pleasingly, their excellent array of audio apparatus backs it up on the performance front as well. Their latest release, the superb looking Beosound Emerge Speaker, is a Bang & Olufsen Beosound Emerge Speaker Proves Quality From Top To Bottom
a fine example of this fact in action and for anyone after a sleek, stylish and acoustically unparalleled audio device this spring, look no further.

The Bang & Olufsen Beosound Emerge Speaker comes in Black Anthracite (£539) and Gold Tone (£669) colourways and the elegant, understated design will effortlessly dovetail with any interior design aesthetic. This impressive piece of technology has been designed by Benjamin Hubert of Design Agency LAYER as a home speaker with a slim silhouette that delivers rich and powerful sound experiences to suit any space.

Quality From Top to Bottom

It is clear that the Beosound Emerge Speaker has been created with a passion for music, design, and craftsmanship and it offers the perfect balance between the sophisticated beauty of an interior object in conjunction with the technical performance of a speaker, made for longevity. Streamlined in the extreme, the Emerge looks great whether it is placed on a bookshelf in the bedroom or a tight corner of the kitchen as the slim design allows you to extend your music to a new room or complement an existing speaker in the same area without taking up extra space.

The Beosound Emerge from Bang & Olufsen (from £539) is a versatile speaker that takes its design inspiration from the compact form factor of a book. The slim, sculptural structure is the quintessential bookshelf speaker, designed to effortlessly sit anywhere in the home, whether discreetly tucked away or prominently on the show. Made to extend sound without taking up space, Beosound Emerge’s resemblance to an interior object means it can seamlessly integrate alongside books and other domestic objects in your interior design endeavours.

Crafted from tactile and warm materials that are inspired by residential interiors, Beosound Emerge Gold-Tone features an oak wood cover that wraps around the woven Kvadrat textile on its spine. The pearl-blasted aluminium, anodised in a gold-tone, visually grounds the speaker in luxury and is aesthetically pleasing from every angle due to its tapered silhouette. The speaker cover can also be chosen in a high-grade aluminium Black Anthracite finish with a pearl-blasted grill.

Superior Sounding Acoustics

Bang & Olufsen’s desire to create a home speaker that is heavily influenced by interior objects has resulted in a unique loudspeaker driver configuration that enables a full-range sound experience from a slender form – an impressive feat indeed. To achieve this level of acoustic quality, the designers worked in close collaboration with Bang & Olufsen’s acoustic engineers for an exceptional end result. As always.

Beosound Emerge can be added to Bang & Olufsen’s Connected Speakers set up to provide music throughout your home. The Beosound Emerge from Bang & Olufsen can be placed in a small room to fill the space with powerful and clear sound. It can also be used to complement an existing speaker set-up in the same space and is the perfect accompaniment to Beoplay A9 or Beosound Balance or any of the Bang & Olufsen Connected Speakers.

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