Bearing a strong resemblance to an old satellite dish or piece of furniture from the 60s, the BeoPlay A9 AirPlay Music System looks great no matter where you put it.
The BeoPlay A9 is an all-in-one stereo system, so you don't have to worry about buying additional speakers or cables that and up running all over your house and making a mess of the place. All you need is a phone or tablet with some music and you can stream everything directly through Apple AirPlay.
You might notice there aren't any buttons or volume controls on the A9 -- that's because all you need to do is gently swipe your hand across the top of the dish to magically increase or decrease the sound. You'll really feel like a super powered sound sorcerer with this thing around!
The BeoPlay A9 AirPlay Music System Looks Both Modern and Retro
1. All-in-one Stereo Systems - There is an opportunity for companies to create all-in-one stereo systems that eliminate the need for additional speakers and cables, providing a streamlined and clutter-free music experience.
2. Wireless Music Streaming - With the rise of devices like the BeoPlay A9, there is a growing demand for wireless music streaming solutions that allow users to stream their music directly from their phones or tablets.
3. Gesture-activated Controls - The use of gesture-activated controls, like the swipe feature on the BeoPlay A9, presents an opportunity for companies to create innovative and intuitive ways for users to interact with their audio equipment.
1. Audio Equipment Manufacturing - Audio equipment manufacturers have the opportunity to develop and produce all-in-one stereo systems that cater to the demand for seamless music experience without additional speakers and cables.
2. Smart Home Technology - The growth of wireless music streaming opens up opportunities for smart home technology companies to integrate audio devices seamlessly into connected homes, enhancing the overall entertainment experience.
3. User Interface Design - Companies specializing in user interface design can explore the potential of gesture-activated controls to create novel and engaging ways for users to interact with audio equipment, leading to more immersive and intuitive experiences.