B&O Paints a Temper of Smooth Scandinavian Mornings in Its Restricted-Version Beosystem 72-23

Bang & Olufsen has unveiled its limited-edition Beosystem 72-23, drawing inspiration from the nice and cozy and tender temper of a Scandinavian dawn. Aptly named Nordic Daybreak, the sound system is doused in honey, ginger, and amber hues, which come along with tonal touches of aluminum and birch wooden.

Except for its soothing shade palette and design aesthetics, the focus of the sound system is the way it harmoniously incorporates analog and digital music codecs. Beginning with the Beogram 4000c turntable, accompanied by a pair o trendy Beolab 28 stereo audio system for an immersive expertise. The extra built-in Beosound Core and Beolab Transmitter guarantee wi-fi connectivity, which immediately transports listeners to the trendy world of digital music streaming.

Mads Kogsgaard Hansen, the Head of Product Circularity at Bang & Olufsen elaborates that “The Beosystem 72-23 is a testomony to Bang & Olufsen’s dedication to extending the longevity of merchandise within the client electronics trade. As a part of the Recreated Classics Initiative, the Beosystem 72-23 Nordic Daybreak Restricted Version symbolizes a brand new starting for a future the place audio merchandise are designed to final, the place luxurious is professional craftsmanship that expands past the primary lifecycle, and the place connectivity could be timeless.”

With solely 100 items being made, the Nordic Daybreak limited-edition Beosystem 72-23 retails for $65,000 USD at chosen B&O shops throughout the US, Europe, and Hong Kong. Head over to the model’s official web site to inquire about retailer availability.

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