Bang & Olufsen are known for their unique design but also quality, Beolab 28 is no exception on any of the points.
Time for new wireless speakers from Bang & Olufsen that, not entirely unexpectedly, may impress with their different but stylish design. But even though the sound is transmitted wirelessly, you still have to have a cable for power, but it is stylish in any case.
Some features that Beolab 28 is equipped with include touch controls on the top where we can not only adjust volume but also set different sound modes, these are in turn controlled thanks to the “curtains” around the speakers. Bang & Olufsen calls this function “Beam with Control” which adjusts the sound.
Under the shell of Beolab 28, we find a subwoofer at the bottom of the foot almost at 6.5 inches, a little further up we find three midrange registers of 3 inches each and finally at the top a treble of one inch.
As usual when it comes to products from Bang & Olufsen, Beolab 28 is not a cheap story, for a pair of the speaker you have to pay from SEK 110,000, but it can go up to SEK 125,000, depending a bit on which material you choose. If you are content with a speaker, they will also be sold individually, but no prices have been revealed.