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The Bang & Olufsen Beosound GVA Balance Speaker is a truly beautiful specimen—just begging to be put on a pedestal right in the center of your listening setup. Designed in a cylindrical pillar shape sitting on a beautifully wood-tone base, the Balance will serve as a both visual and sonic focal point in any space Read More
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Note: This product comes with a 2-year Bang & Olufsen warranty.
Audio in Perfect Balance With Google Assistant
The Bang & Olufsen Beosound GVA Balance Speaker is a truly beautiful specimen—just begging to be put on a pedestal right in the center of your listening setup. Designed in a cylindrical pillar shape sitting on a beautifully wood-tone base, the Balance will serve as a both visual and sonic focal point in any space. Alongside its exclusive oak-infused colorway, the GVA model is also the only version of the Balance that packs in Google Assistant support, so you can control it with your voice. It’s got all the rest of the high-quality features that make the Balance a true standout—like the 360-degree oriented speaker array, the tremendous headroom and power, and the adaptive sound equalization that happens automatically when you sit it down in your space. You can also unlock even more functionality with B&O’s suite of smartphone apps that let you mold the sound and dial in the most effective, perfectly balanced wireless functionality for your setup.
Bang & Olufsen: Audiophile Elegance, Since 1925
Founded in a Danish farmhouse in the mid 1920s, Bang & Olufsen has its history in innovation and functional design—launching and popularizing the first-ever mass-produced radio that could plug into the wall and operate without a battery. Almost a full 100 years later, the brand has established a striking Scandinavian aesthetic that’s only outshined by the audiophile performance of its products. Possibly known best for their elegant, you-can-barely-tell-it’s-a-speaker devices, B&O brings their sense of craftsmanship and style to a number of categories, from multimedia systems to portable Bluetooth headphones, and beyond. And now, we’re bringing you a full collection of Bang & Olufsen to upgrade your listening experience—both audibly and visually.
Bang & Olufsen
Designed by Benjamin Hubert (LAYER)
Materials: Aluminum, wood, marble, wool, polymer
Weight: 15.9 lbs (7.2 kg)
Dimensions: 7.9 x 7.9 x 15.4 in (20 x 20 x 38 cm)
Drivers: (1) 0.75 in tweeter, (2) 2 in full-range drivers, (2) 3 in full-range drivers, (2) 5.25 in woofers
Amplification: 1 x 50 W class D (tweeter), 4 x 100 W class D (full range), 2 x 200 W class D (woofer)
Frequency response: 26 Hz - 23 kHz
Max SPL: 104 dB
Bass response: 88 dB
Customizable EQ with the Bang & Olufsen app
Stereo pairing with same-gen speakers
Advanced sound features; Active room compensation, thermal protection, adaptive bass linearization, beam width control, beam direction control (three sides)
Power and connectivity
Power consumption: 100 W (4.5 W standby)
Bluetooth version: 5.0
Bluetooth codecs support: AAC, SBC
Connectivity: USB-C, Wireless, dual ethernet, line/optical combo jack, AC
This looks like a million bucks, but it's just too expensive for what you're getting. Can an owner chime in on this? I think in a world where you can get a great looking pair of LSX IIs for the same price, how does this scratch out at $1400, let alone that MSRP?