When Bang & Olufsen premiered its first Beverly Hills location, the luxury audio company didn’t just pour a few cocktails and shove some balloons into the showroom – they debuted a brand new stereo system: the BeoSound 5 Encore. The second version in a stealthy line of flawlessly equipped audio systems, Bang & Olufsen highlighted its strengths in the $3,350 product. With the glitz of California’s Hollywood Hills surrounding them, Bang & Olulfsen’s new venue couldn’t have instilled a more glamorous premiere.
The BeoSound 5 Encore falls after the BeoSound 5, though to the naked eye these devices could be runway brothers. Each exterior mirrors one another from speaker to screen, so if you don’t do your research it might initially seem unwarranted to hand over an extra grand for the Encore. The deception isn’t conceivable from such a renowned audio brand who turned BeoSound 5 Encore into a 21st Century first – a musical haven where users are not only able to access their tunes from a 10.4 inch LCD screen, but have instant connectability to a home network and storage devices – everything from external hard drives to USB flash drivers and Smartphones.
Like every other device from Bang & Olufsen, music envelopes the mind, body and soul when the B&O sound system is installed, in rooms large or small. BeoSound 5 Encore is the ultimate party accessory – linked to MOTS, users simply add a favorite single and the Bang & Olufsen device does the rest, creating the ultimate party mixer. Users aren’t limited to their favorite artists or soundtracks with the BeoSound 5 Encore, but have access to more than 12,000 international radio stations – plus the perfect sound quality that is inevitable with every B&O device – to entice guests over and get the party started.