B&O opens up flagship store


Audio and video products manufacturer Bang & Olufsen has opened its flagship store at The Gardens Mall in Kuala Lumpur.

Featuring a discrete facade with fibre optic lettering, the new showroom spans 1,400 sq ft and is certified to offer entertainment solutions to make the home theatre experience complete and memorable.

“We believe that there is a growing pool of existing and potential clients who have the discernment to truly enjoy Bang & Olufsen products and their unique design and quality,” said MJ Group of Companies director Michael Ostergaard.

Taking a central spot in the new outlet is the BeoVision 4 85in plasma TV, the latest member of Bang & Olufsen’s home cinema family.

With a high-grade aluminium frame, it features a unique stand, which elevates the screen at the touch of a button.

When the TV is switched on, the screen will elevate itself to an optimal viewing position, and the integrated BeoLab 10 centre loudspeaker will emerge underneath the screen.

“The user is the centre of the experience and we are delighted to bring our customers here the ultimate B&O experience,” said MJ group director, Jonas Wulff Moller.

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