This Sleek Speaker Fixes Auditory Anomalies in Your Architecture

Bang & Olufsen’s new BeoLab50 uses groundbreaking technology to deliver the ultimate sonic boom.

Finding the perfect audio device would be a breeze if we all lived in ideally proportioned homes. But architecture varies widely, and properties that make a space look good can also make them sound terrible. Enter Bang & Olufsen’s elegant oak-and-aluminum BeoLab50 loudspeaker, a wireless, floor-standing unit with external microphones that scan a room’s acoustic signature, allowing filters to automatically adjust the 2,100-watt output. The result: optimum sound no matter where you place it.

Bang & Olufsen BeoLab50; $19,585;

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