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  • Bang & Olufsen plan to revolutionise how we listen to music
  • Bang & Olufsen plan to revolutionise how we listen to music
    Bang & Olufsen (2015) ©

BeoSound Moment: revolutionising home audio

Over 28 million people pay for a music subscription. The consumption of music has changed; Gen Y has experienced the rise of digital music downloads and the downfall of CDs. Bang & Olufsen is now aiming to streamline and personalise home listening with BeoSound Moment. But how?

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The number of people paying for subscription-based music services is now 28 million. The consumption of music has changed infinitely in just a few short years. Gen Y has experienced Napster, the rise of digital music downloads, the downfall of CDs, the dominance of the revolutionary iPod and iTunes music store. There’s been satellite radio, Internet radio, and increased download and upload speed, in a list of continuing developments. [1] Now BeoSound Moment, Bang & Olufsen’s revolutionary new sound system, is aiming to bridge the gap between the user and their numerous music sources. Through an intuitive ...



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