Wireless speakers are quite common these days, you can get one that does the job for less than $50 these days, however if you’re looking for a premium sound experience in a product that also has a great design and is fashioned from high-end materials then you can very well spend up to $1,000. That’s how much you’ll be paying for the BeoPlay A6 which is Bang and Olufsen’s new wireless speaker.


Anyone who is familiar with Bang and Olufsen knows that the company is not exactly in the business of making cheap products, it focuses on premium sound quality with exceptional design and build quality. Those values are evident in the BeoPlay A6.


At first glance the speaker might actually look like the back of a chair, it’s gently curved that way, and draped in designer fabric from famous Danish studio Kvadrat. According to the company this unique shape enables the speaker to fill an entire room while creating an ambience in multiple areas of the house.

It doesn’t exactly have buttons for controlling the volume or skipping tracks, it’s all based on swipes and taps, which control volume, mute and track skipping. Inside there are two 60 watt 5.5 inch woofers, a pair of 30 watt 0.75 inch tweeters and one 60 watt 1.5 inch “full-range” speaker,” each has its own amplifier.

BeoPlay A6 is capable of playing music from DLNA, Bluetooth, AirPlay and features integrated access to services like Spotify.

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