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Bang & Olufsen presents the new “BeoPlay A2” by B&O PLAY

Bang & Olufsen presents the new “BeoPlay A2” by B&O PLAY

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

B&O PLAY by Bang & Olufsen, the world’s most popular and luxurious audio-visual brand, announced the launching of BeoPlay A2 – its first ever Bluetooth speaker – featuring ground breaking innovation, jaw dropping sound and design and functionality that will leave you speechless.

The new BeoPlay A2 is now available at the Bang & Olufsen store at Lagoona Mall, in addition to iSpace and Fifty One East’s Lagoona Mall and Al Maha Center branches.

360 degrees of magnificent sound

Featuring a world’s first omni-directional sound solution for a flat speaker, True360, ensures that everyone listening to the ultra-portable speaker enjoys equally good sound – no matter where they’re placed.

BeoPlay A2 is a two-channel speaker – with two channels on each side of the device applying a new Bang & Olufsen solution called ”Power Response Enhancement”.

It includes an extra tweeter on the rear side of the main driver that gives you a more even high frequency radiation around the edges.

Combined with the main speaker drivers’ omni-directional sound dispersion at low frequencies, this results in what we call a True360 sound experience - powerful, room-filling music in all directions.

The sound profile of the speaker is typical B&O PLAY. The Bang & Olufsen Signature Sound that is honest, clean and passionate – and delivers all the beautiful details your music has to offer.

24 hours battery life

Hard to fathom, but BeoPlay A2 actually has enough battery power to keep the music and party going for up to 24 hours on a single battery charge – and none of the other speakers of this size and category come even close to matching that amount of playing time.

The rechargeable Li-ion battery inside the speaker features our “Adaptive Power Management” technology that both monitors and anticipates the incoming audio signal in order to save battery life.

This innovative technology makes it possible to feed the exact amount of power needed by the amplifiers – and only when they need it.

Made to move

Designed by the award-winning Danish industrial designer Cecilie Manz, BeoPlay A2 has a unique flat design with two rugged polymer shells and a rock solid aluminum core that brings cool Scandinavian elegance, acoustic stability and durability.

A short, exchangeable, premium leather strap lets you easily carry the speaker with you wherever you’re going – and because of the Bluetooth technology there’s no need for an internet connection, just pair your mobile device with the speaker, and you’re ready in a matter of seconds.

BeoPlay A2 is available in 3 variants: Grey, Green and Black.

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