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New Beoplay M5 Speaker Reinforces B&O’s Wireless Lineup

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The cutting-edge Beoplay M5 Wireless Speaker will join its siblings, the Beoplay A6 and A9 speakers, to deliver pristine sound across your home.

Packed in with three tweeters, a forward-firing midrange driver, and a 5″ downward-firing woofer cone, the M5 aims to delivery omnidirectional sound – giving you the flexibility to place it anywhere you want. You can even tweak the speaker to sound its best with the Beoplay app, from 3 different equalised presets.

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Measuring just 18.5cm tall and weighing a paltry 2.54Kg, this new speaker from B&O will add a touch of class to space constrained areas. Wrapped in designer fabric and topped with an anodised aluminium disc, you can expect the M5 to look as good as it sounds. The top aluminium disc also serves as an intuitive control system which handles both volume and connection controls. Tap twice for Bluetooth pairing, press down once for pause and play, and rotate in either directions to adjust volume.

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You can join multiple M5 speakers for music to flow throughout your house, or integrate it with your existing A6 and A9 speakers. BeoLink technology easily integrates these different speakers into a cohesive multi-room system. Your music can also be shared to multiple speakers using Chromecast. Otherwise, you can always connect to just one with Bluetooth.

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The M5 is the latest addition to the Beoplay family, competing with more attractively priced brands like Sonos and Bose. With the entry of the M5, a BeoLink Multi-room system may be more accessible for many who appreciate premium, timeless design, but were put off by the steep prices of the A6 and A9.

The Beoplay M5 in Natural (White) or Black is priced at £529. (S$937) Release date in Singapore to be confirmed.

Aaron. T.
Aaron's dream is to meet the celestial man in the sky who blessed him with huge ears, and shake his hand with a big smile. His typical day is split between getting Rekt on Battlefield 1 and making exciting YouTube reviews at www.youtube.com/loudwirelesssingapore

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