Unlike your typical home theater system, the offerings of Bang & Olufsen are an aesthetic addition to your living room, not just a simple entertainment amenity. The new Bang & Olufsen BeoLab 14 continues this tradition with a set of satellite speakers and a base unit that look like contemporary sculpture, not technology. They are created to provide audiophile-quality sound with a high-design visual appeal, two values that are right at home in the modern living room.
The Bang & Olufsen BeoLab 14 system features four satellite speaker units, each with a 2.5 inch treble/midrange driver tucked away in a brushed aluminum body. These four units can be wall-mounted or stand-supported, and they provide the crisp highs and clear mids that compliment the central bass unit. This cylindrical base unit features an 8-inch ported driver that kicks out 280 watts to fill a room with thunderous lows. In total, Bang & Olufsen BeoLab 14 will provide 840 watts across the audible spectrum in a set of high-style, low-profile speaker units. It’s a continuation of B&O’s focus on audiophile aesthetics, and we imagine that we’d love the sound as much as we love the look.