Bang & Olufsen: News
Bang & Olufsen is a bespoke Danish audio equipment manufacturer that makes its own products including portable speakers, home theater sets, and headphones. The company is also known for its extensive collaborations to deliver B2B solutions, tailored to individual requirements of end-users and brands. Notably, Bang & Olufsen has partnered with computer hardware manufacturers including HP to make laptop speakers and carmakers such as Mercedes Benz and Lamborghini for tailor-made in-car entertainment systems. Bang & Olufsen was co-founded by Peter Bang, the son of a successful Danish businessman who had an interest in radio technology, and his friend Svend Olufsen. The company opened for business in 1925. The company produced electric razors during the Second World War, until 1955, It then diversified into the production of radios, radiograms, and televisions. In May 2015, Bang & Olufsen’s car audio business was acquired by Harman International, a subsidiary of Samsung. In 2017, Hong Kong-based Tymphany announced its acquisition of Bang & Olufsen’s engineering and manufacturing operations in the Czech Republic.
29 Jul 2021Latest Tech News
Danish consumer electronics brand Bang & Olufsen has launched its latest TWS earphones, the Beoplay EQ. It arrives as the company's first earbuds featuring Active Noise Cancellation (ANC).
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