Bang & Olufsen Introduces Beolab 28

Bang & Olufsen introduced Beolab 28, an adaptive, wireless speaker that combines advanced acoustical innovations with convenient smart speaker features to create an exceptional experience. Beolab 28 can be positioned anywhere in the home thanks to its slim design, stream anything instantly and provides an immersive, powerful studio-grade sound that automatically adapts to its space, designed for longevity.

Bang & Olufsen’s sound philosophy is exemplified by Beolab 28 which delivers a powerful sound experience. The listener can physically feel the bass achieved by the built-in subwoofer based on a custom-made 6.5″ driver. The driver features a large excursion to obtain a powerful and precise bass. 

Using three 3” full-range drivers placed on the front and one on each side, and a 1” tweeter on the front for optimal treble quality, it is possible to create a uniform directivity throughout the meaningful frequency range. The full-range drivers and the tweeter have exceptionally high sensitivity and were developed specifically for Beolab 28 to create a clear midrange quality even at very loud levels, as well as a precise and dynamic treble reproduction.

Set-up is easy, quick and cableless thanks to wireless connectivity, offering synchronisation of speakers at 24bits/48kHz within microseconds. Built-in music streaming allows listeners to pick up their phone and stream directly to the speakers. Users can listen to music in the living room or throughout the home via Airplay 2 or Chromecast, the B&O app and Bluetooth. The speakers will be made compatible with Beolink Multiroom in autumn 2021 through an automatic software update. Beolab 28 can also be paired with a Bang & Olufsen TV using Powerlink or Wireless Powerlink.