Beolit transistors introduces new Olufsen & Beolit 12 portable music system

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Beolit transistors introduces new Olufsen & Beolit 12 portable music system

Remember the Beolit transistors introduced in the 60’s which showcased one of the peak technology of the time in portable music. Now after so many years here comes the tribute to the ancestor, the new Olufsen and Beolit 12 portable music player. Without any doubts this would have it all and starting with its capability to stream music from iPad and iPhone, exploration begins.

The first thing and one major highlight of the device that comes to notice and get claimed first by the manufacturers will be its ability to stream the music from iPads and iPhones.

The device got its curves and bends as instructed by its Danish designer the popular expert in related affairs, Cecilie Manz. The company’s some of the previous launches of music devices had the Beosound 8 sound system and it has been included in the new Olufsen and Beolit 12 portable system.

Beolit is special even more with its integrated Air play technology from Apple. Now this feature has been highly anticipated in most of the devices released under the similar category music devices. The previous year had some of the most desired music devices of all time, with similar features and including a feature so prominent in the industry clearly reveals its demand among the reviewers and customers all over the globe.

Features are:

  • Inbuilt power supply


  • 8 hours consistent play back


  • Stylish finishing

It has an inbuilt power supply so the effort would be reduced of plugging in it to the limited wire bound boundaries of a three pin or two pin. It definitely has to be charged, the rechargeable battery set in it deserves a descent attention thereby allowing it to give out a supreme performance by letting the user charge their iPods and iPhones once they are plugged in. The playback of the device is tested and found to be up to an 8 hours consistent play.

The CEO for Bang and Olufsen, Mr. Tue Mantoni expressed his high hopes for the device which according to him delivers the world’s most efficient sound performance and the striking design to him makes it worth a choice.

He says the Bang and Olufsen enthusiasts would find the new device awesome and believes it to widen the customer graph with its new upgraded style and price factors. This is justified with the integrated 120 watts digital Class D power amplifier system set along with 2 inch tweeters and 4 inch woofers.

The device would very soon be available later this month and comes in grey, blue, yellow and light grey variant colours and is expected to be available at a price of around Rs. 45,000 in India. 

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