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Bang & Olufsen Rings in the Year of the Tiger, Just Not With Everyone

Danish audio company Bang & Olufsen‘s new collection is a stunning homage to the Chinese Zodiac, ringing in the Year of Tiger in characteristic style. Highlighted by indigo tones that symbolise the connection between both the past and the future, the brand claims this collection of products is a brand-new sensory experience, but it’s not for everyone. Literally. The new Bang & Olufsen Moments Collection features an exclusive colourway for the Asia Pacific region only, meaning while you might not be seeing indigo and ultramarine in your future, you might very well be tickled green with envy.

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Looking more deeply, the exclusive colours are integrated into the iconic designs of the moment collection of four products, each of which have become staples of the Bang & Olufsen brand. These include the Bang & Olufsen’s Beoplay A9 4th Gen wireless speaker, Beoplay EQ earphones, Beoplay HX headphones and Beolit 20 Bluetooth speaker.

The Beoplay A9 4th Gen APAC is more than just a wireless speaker it’s a piece of furniture. It features an indigo and ultramarine tone with polished ash wood legs. As well as an aluminium ring and fabric cover produced by Danish textile manufacturer Kvadrat. It features a powerful 480-watt digital amplifier system, that easily fills any room with detailed sound, making it the must-have product for audiophiles. Place Beoplay A9 in a corner, out in a room or even hang it on a wall with the optional wall bracket. The built-in room adaption switch ensures that your speaker always sounds as good as it looks.

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Nest up, the Beoplay EQ earphones feature an ultramarine and indigo tone and are equipped with a dedicated ANC DSP chip. As well as six microphones that allow for automatic adjustment of ANC levels to create a seamless audio experience. The wireless charging case is Qi-certified and is crafted from spacecraft-grade aluminium, creating a supremely robust and luxurious product. Combining the expressive tone, excellent sound and timeless design, Beoplay EQ is an excellent gift for music lovers.

The Beoplay HX is made using the best materials like soft indigo lambskin and polished ultramarine aluminium to enhance comfort, acoustics and durability. Bang & Olufsen have created the most luxurious headphones, that are made for stylish yet comfortable listening experiences. The Beoplay HX combines two custom-designed 40mm speaker drivers with neodymium magnets and bass ports which ensures optimal bass performance. While battery optimization ensures up to 35 hours of playtime.

Finally, the Beolit Bluetooth speaker is powerful and portable. It features an indigo and ultramarine tone aluminium mesh which offers an authentic sound experience and optimal dispersion whatever your environment. It comes equipped with an indigo tone leather strap, which is easy to carry and to place wherever you want it. It also features up to 8 hours of playtime at a typical listening volume on a single charge and uses the wireless Qi charging feature to power your devices. The Bang & Olufsen Moment Collection will be available to purchase in Bang & Olufsen stores and select third-party retailers from January 2022.

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Gabriel Jorge Gouveia

Gabriel Jorge Gouveia is a Sydney-based journalist who specialises in fashion, lifestyle and food reporting. He completed Bachelor of Communication Journalism Major at Western Sydney University and has had work published in the Fashion Industry Broadcast, Aussie Gossip and Beauty News Australia.