Immaculate Wireless Sound
Reproducing sound as the artist originally imagined it has long been a hallmark of Bang & Olufsen. With Immaculate Wireless Sound (IWS), Bang & Olufsen has succeeded in continuing this tradition of acoustic authenticity and transferring it for the first time into the age of wireless products.
Thanks to Immaculate Wireless Sound, the tangle of cables is noticeably thinned out, because only one power cord is needed per speaker, so you can enjoy almost limitless freedom and design your living space just the way you want it, without having to do without the breathtaking Bang & Olufsen sound.
Made for perfect wireless sound.
The Wireless Speaker and Sound Association (WiSA) platform uses the relatively underutilized frequency range between 5.2 and 5.8 GHz to avoid interference from other signals and to provide sufficient bandwidth for streaming uncompressed 24-bit music at uniform sampling rates. WiSA-compliant devices are the first wireless systems in the U-NII band with multi-channel functionality, meaning even a 7.1 surround sound configuration is fully supported.
Enjoy great movies knowing that picture and sound are always perfectly synchronized. WiSA technology eliminates the quality issues otherwise often associated with wireless solutions to give you a seamless audio-visual experience.
With wireless audio solutions, delays between the TV and speakers are a common problem. WiSA technology reduces this latency to just 5ms, eliminating lip sync issues so you can enjoy an absolutely flawless audio-visual experience.
Upgrade existing systems
No matter what Bang & Olufsen music system or TV you own, you can now enjoy the seamless connectivity of the brand new speakers with Immaculate Wireless Sound. Simply integrate BeoLab Transmitter 1 into your existing setup to unleash exceptional sound with the wirelessly connected BeoLab 18 or BeoLab 5 speakers. And the BeoLab 19 wireless subwoofer adds depth and more powerful bass to your setup. The whole thing is perfectly scalable and even allows you to set up a full-fledged 7.1 surround sound setup.