Bang & Olufsen Beosound Explore Speaker

If you’ve got adventure in your blood and love listening to your favourite tunes out in the wild, the guys at Bang & Olufsen have got just the thing for you – the supremely robust Beosound Explore Speaker, which delivers impeccable sound alongside a no-nonsense performance. It is a strong and robust speaker purpose-built for adventure, helping you reach your peak with sound by your side.

Developed to be lightweight, waterproof and with unparalleled playtime, Beosound Explore from Bang & Olufsen has a price tag of £179 and comes in three colourways – Black Anthracite, Grey Mist and Green. It is the ideal outdoor speaker and boasts Bang & Olufsen’s signature sound and Scandinavian design, crafted for adventurous lifestyles.

Unbeatable Robustness

The Bang & Olufsen Beosound Explore Speaker is the first speaker on the market that offers Type 2 anodised aluminium for enhanced scratch resistance, which makes it the perfect speaker for any wilderness based activities. Created at Bang & Olufsen’s Factory 5 in Struer, Denmark, the anodisation is achieved by building up the aluminium oxide on the surface.

The speaker features an aluminium carabiner which means you can hang the speaker from a rucksack whilst on extended hikes. Together with an integrated strap for hanging, the Bang & Olufsen Beosound Explore Speaker (£179) is extremely versatile, providing impeccable performance no matter where it is placed. Whether hiking or camping outdoors, the IP67 Dust and Waterproof rating protects the speaker – even if it accidentally gets wet.

Beosound Explore delivers Bang & Olufsen’s signature sound and boasts the impressive dual 1.8” full range drivers to offer an immensely powerful sound. Attention has been given to outdoor performance and supreme bass, delivering 59dB in bass capability despite its diminutive stature. The grill is cut in 360-degree lines to ensure True360 omnidirectional sound, perfect for nights spent around a campfire and at under £200, it’s great value for money. What’s not to like?

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