When you think of Bang & Olufsen, there is a good chance that you might be thinking of just how expensive their audio products are. However it seems that with the company’s Beoplay lineup, they are making things slightly more affordable. In fact the company’s latest offering does seem to be a tad more affordable than their previous products.

The company has recently unveiled a new set of speakers in the form of the Beoplay M3. These are speakers which one might classify as bookshelf speakers, and the best part is that it features WiFi connectivity. What this means is that users who want to hook it up to other B&O products, or maybe more Beoplay M3 speakers, it should not be an issue and you will be able to get yourself a multiroom setup.

The Beoplay M3 will also feature Chromecast and Bluetooth support built into it, and as for Apple users, not to worry as come 2018 the speakers will support AirPlay 2. The speakers themselves measure 151mm tall, 140mm deep, and has a width of 112mm. There is a 3.5mm audio in for those who prefer a wired connection, interchangeable speaker covers, a 3.75-inch woofer, and a 3/4-inch tweeter.

As for pricing, the Beoplay M3 will be priced at $299 which isn’t exactly cheap, but relatively affordable compared to some of the company’s other offerings.

Filed in Audio >Gadgets. Read more about Bang & Olufsen and Speakers.

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