The BeoLab 90 is fitted with Bang & Olufsen’s new Active Room Compensation technology, which makes up for the impact of a room, furniture, the placement of the loudspeakers and the location of the listening position. By this, it is able to stage the sound so superbly that a listener can hear precisely where the individual band members or the actors in a movie are placed. The speakers also offer Beam Width Control, which enables one to change the width of the sound beam to suit different listening situations. A user can change the listening experience from a dedicated sweet spot to a party all-over the room setting, at the touch of a button.
Gauteng rises in startup stakes
The Western Cape might still be the most popular region in South Africa in which to run a tech startup, but the province is losing ground to the country’s richest province – Gauteng, reveals a new survey. In addition, the number of black tech startups is on the rise.