Bang & Olufsen introduces Beosound Theatre

Bang & Olufsen introduces Beosound Theatre

Although Beosound Theatre is a powerful one-product solution, it can evolve to be used as a dedicated sound center, providing new opportunities to build your home cinema. Starting with seven built-in outputs and supporting up to 16 external loudspeakers it can be the heart of a full-blown Dolby Atmos 7.1.4 surround configuration. In this setup, Beosound Theatre functions as a center speaker that merges the Dolby Atmos decoding and custom-tuned post-processing with Bang & Olufsen’s proprietary True Image algorithm to maximize the capabilities of all Bang & Olufsen loudspeakers.

In addition, Beosound Theatre comes with a new bass management system that’s unlike anything else. Where other systems simply send the bass to the most powerful loudspeaker – usually the subwoofer – Beosound Theatre uses all Bang & Olufsen loudspeakers in the system to work together as a single unit. This not only gives you the maximum potential of the entire system but also helps to control the resonance in your listening room, making sure that the various loudspeakers work with and not against each other.


Beosound Theatre continues the design philosophy of Bang & Olufsen’s much-loved products, such as Beolab 8000, Beolab 18, and Beolab 28, which focused on making a heavy volume appear to balance on a pinpoint. 

Designed to reflect the effortless grace of sailboats, Beosound Theatre’s keel-like design makes it appear as if it is resting on an aluminum blade, floating in the air as one fluid form.

This illusion was artfully created through the aluminum expertise at Bang & Olufsen’s Factory 5 in Struer, Denmark. The middle-extruded profile of the aluminum was polished and anodized with two end caps that were formed into a curved shape and split into four end caps. This enables the curved edge of the product to seamlessly fit the flat profile of the soundbar, creating one unified piece.