BeoSound 5 Music System

    Sleek is the design style that Bang & Olufsen does best, and the Danish manufacturer’s BeoSound 5 music server certainly attests to that fact. Not only is the 10.4-inch display both unobtrusive and stylish, but it also houses a screen whose interface allows users to peruse music with remarkably intuitive ease. Turning a three-tiered sturdy aluminum wheel scrolls through albums and song titles and adjusts volume, while three tactile buttons provide utterly simple selection making. With a 20,000-song capacity and the ability to be mounted on a stand or wall, the BeoSound 5 is the ideal digital jukebox for the home or office.

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