The Bang & Olufsen BeoLab 11 Subwoofer ditches the conventions of a square housing normally associated with a typical subwoofer with a shape that could best be described as mech-meets-tulip design. Bang & Olufsen has been hit and miss lately with their industrial design, but personally this one falls into winner (at least from an industrial design standpoint).
But the unconventional looks aren't just for show, according to B&O. The BeoLab 11 Subwoofer's unique shape optimizes deep end sound reproduction, powered by a built-in 200W ICEpower amplifier and two 6½-inch drivers engineered to use "in-phase" frequencies for minimal vibration.
And if floor space is previous, you might like to know this is the first subwoofer designed for wall mounting, with a wall bracket option and concealed cable management system, guaranteeing you'll be asked, "What's that on your wall?!". The BeoLab 11 Subwoofer starts at $2000, available mid-May 2010 in silver anodized aluminum or white, with additional shells options in black, dark gray, red, blue, and golden anodized aluminum soon afterward.