B&O Play S3 Wireless Speaker
B&O Play Bluetooth Speaker
BeoPlay S3 draws heavily on geometry as a design reference. But also, it is reminiscent from the lines of two shapes embracing each other. The balance of the two gives you a harmonic shape, designed to let out great sound.
The inspiration and shape originates from both the dodecahedron, a so-called Platonic solid, which is a geometric form named after the ancient Greek philosopher Plato and a tennis ball with two identical parts joining each other in an embrace.
Bluetooth even lets you connect wirelessly to two speakers at once, for a supreme stereo setup. If you’re using cables, you can even connect three or four BeoPlay S3s.
The Stereo Setting:
Connect two speakers wirelessly or using cables, to use the stereo setting One speaker serves as the left channel – and the other one serves as the right channel. With the stereo setup you get a real reproduction of three-dimensional sound; sound that pans from side to side, goes up and down, and moves back and forth.
The Ambient Setting:
A dedicated DSP algorithm, taking its foundation from the stereo experience, creates an ambient sound from one single speaker – and that sound has the spacious characteristics of a stereo setup.
You can use the ambient setting whether you have 1, 3 or even 4 speakers in your setup.
You can use the ambient setting whether you have 1, 3 or even 4 speakers in your setup