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Bang & Olufsen’s series of speakers are known for their incredible design and also insanely high price tags, which means that unless you’ve an unusually large bank account, chances are the closest you would get to owning a set of the company’s speakers is by standing outside one of its showrooms.

However in recent years B&O has launched their Beoplay series of audio products which have been designed to be a tad more affordable, and the company is back with its latest offering in the form of the Beoplay P6. This is the latest set of Bluetooth speakers launched under the Beoplay branding where it will feature splash and dust resistance, meaning that users can bring it with them on the go to the beach and pool parties and not worry about a little bit of water damaging it.

It will sport an aluminum exterior with a carry strap, along with a OneTouch button that can be used to launch Siri or Google Assistant on your phone. The company is also boasting that users can get up to 16 hours of listening time on a single charge, and when it’s time to recharge, B&O have opted to use USB-C.

As for pricing, the Beoplay P6 will set customers back $399 and is expected to be made available on the 23rd of April. Granted it’s not the cheapest set of Bluetooth speakers we’ve seen, but considering how much the main B&O lineup costs, it’s almost a steal.

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

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