The Bronze Collection, from Bang and Olufsen

Danish pioneers of sound and design Bang & Olufsen have announced the completion of the acclaimed Bronze Collection - adding four final products to the portfolio. The Beovision Eclipse TV, iconic Beolab 18 and Beolab 50 loudspeakers and the Beoplay H9i noise-cancelling headphones join the existing collection that includes the unforgettable Beoplay A9, and the recently launched Beosound Edge.

A sharp, black glass screen cutting straight through an organic aluminium body. It’s a bold and clear design statement of picture and sound in perfect alignment.

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Beolab 18 speakers, £5,000 for pair: An iconic pillar of luxury sound, Beolab 18 is a wireless speaker crafted from carefully selected materials. Discover the impeccable experience of wireless Bang & Olufsen sound. Needing just a single power cable to perform, the speaker brings incredible opportunities to unleash the joy of multi-channel wireless audio in your home.

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Beolab 50 speakers, £26,000 for pair: High-end active loudspeaker blending radical audio technology with graceful aesthetics and meticulous craftsmanship.Meet a wireless loudspeaker that performs beyond reference in every listening scenario. Prepare for exceptional performances of music and cinematic soundscapes, powered by patented Bang & Olufsen technology.From the magical moment the Acoustic Lens majestically ascents, you know the stage is set for an extraordinary performance. Prepare for truly ear-catching performances in all the ways you enjoy sound in your home: Audiophile listening, carefree music playing and extraordinary cinematic experiences.

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Beoplay H9i headphones, £450: B&O’s flagship H9i wireless headphones are lightweight and crafted from luxurious materials, while boasting unique features such as a proximity sensor which automatically pauses your music when you take them off. Available in Black, Bronze, Pine & Natural.

Feature: Rory Robertson

Images: Bang and Olufsen