At IFA 2015, so many electronic companies are coming with their different gadgets in which we most like these two new wireless speakers with very unique and classic designs, one from Bang and Olufsen BeoPlay A6 and another one from Harman Kardon Esquire 2.
The Bang & Olufsen (B & O) BeoPlay A6 wireless speaker has a very slim design and curved surface which coated with a fabric. This wireless speaker sounds good in both designs and audio department, but when talking about its price, it is very costly around $999. Appearance of BeoPlay A6 looks like a back part of the normal chair, thick in the middle and thinner in outer sides, the front is covered with a layer of fabrics manufactured by Kvadrat, Denmark production. B&O says its unique shape enables sound to fill an entire room whilst creating ambience in multiple areas of a house, even if you hang the speaker anywhere.
The B & O BeoPlay A6 design is quite thin, so its controls are also quite unique. It’s all based around swiping and tapping the top of the speaker. A swipe right, for example, turns the volume up. Holding the center mutes, and a quick tap skips the track. Perhaps not the most intuitive control scheme ever, but a cool talking point nonetheless. BeoPlay A6 features a 60W 5.5 inch woofers, a pair of 30W 0.75 inch tweeters and one 60W 1.5-inch full-range speaker. Each speaker has an own private amplifier. A full-range speakers are arranged opposite to the left speaker and the layout is said allows us to maximize the spaciousness of the sound you experience. This Bang Olufsen Stereo Systems supports many different playback sources as Airplay, DLNA, Bluetooth and has integrated access to streaming online music services. It also has the ability to pair with the other speakers from B & O for multi room set up.
The Harman Kardon Esquire 2 portable speaker, on the other hand also unveiled at IFA 2015. This is a next generation of Esquire’s styling Wireless Bluetooth Speaker in a portable style.Harman Kardon Esquire 2 is based on a mini rectangular shape, has no longer the square design of the first generation Esquire series. The Harman Kardon speakers still use a Bluetooth connection, has sleek, ultra-slim premium metallic shell design at front and back side with a high-quality leather material. Apart from the music features, Harman also integrates a voice calling feature in Esquire 2 with the quad-microphone.
This Harman Kardon Bluetooth Speakers will suit for those who regularly meets with the group conferencing, because Harman integrated a VoiceLogic noise and echo canceling technology system with 360-degree voice pick-up provides crystal clear conference calls anywhere, even in the noisiest places. Esquire 2 packs a 3200mAh battery capacity, lower than the previous generation Esquire (4000mAh), but this Harman Kardon Esquire Wireless Speaker can play continuous music about up to 8 hours, and also enabled USB charge out to charge other devices such as phones, cameras.
Harman Kardon Esquire 2 will be available worldwide from October /2015 with the expected price around $200.