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Bang & Olufsen Introduces BeoSound 35 Music System

Bang & Olufsen has introduced its BeoSound 35 all-in-one music system, featuring connectivity with mobile devices and integrated access to music streaming services.

The BeoSound 35, which is 1 metre in length, sports a slim-line shape design based on a light pentagonal structure with a front covered by black fabric.

Bang & Olufsen states that it “provides a perfectly balanced sound experience in a 180-degree angle from the speaker and spreads out across the room”.

“The pentagonal shape of the speaker secures optimum sound regardless of how you place it – on the table or mounted on the wall at your preferred height and angle,” Bang & Olufsen states.

The BeoSound 35 is decked out with a touch-sensitive edge with function buttons found directly under an OLED display, while the music system can also be operated through the BeoRemote One or the BeoMusic app and will integrate as part of a BeoLink Multiroom system.

The BeoSound 35 additionally works with AirPlay, Bluetooth and DLNA-based devices, and provides integrated access to TuneIn radio stations, Spotify and Deezer, along with the user’s drive for their music collection.

The BeoSound 35 will be available in Bang & Olufsen stores mid-April.

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