The Bang & Olufsen BeoLab 11 Subwoofer is Aesthetically Pleasing

By: Amanda Chang - Published: Aug 31, 2010 • References: bang-olufsen & robbreport
When enhancing your sound system, you usually look to improve your bass with a good subwoofer, and there's no better way to get both superior bass quality and style than with the new BeoLab 11 subwoofer designed by Bang & Olufsen’s David Lewis.

Encased in a beautiful aluminum shell (that also comes in an assortment of colors), the BeoLab 11 subwoofer is a far cry from its more traditional ‘box’ design.  For those opposed to buying another woofer constrained to the ground, this comes with the ability to be wall-mounted - a rarity found with most subwoofers.  Say no-more to those nasty vibrations because the BeoLab 11 also comes fully equipped with dual facing 6.5 inch driver cones designed to omit the vibrations and produce crisp sound. 

All in all, the BeoLab 11 subwoofer is aesthetically pleasing and conventional -- and only $2,000. Stats for Sculptural Sound Systems Trending: Older & Chilly
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