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    Bang & Olufsen’s David Lynch speaker is perfect for playing 50s crooners and loud electrical noises /Link

     Fresh off the satisfyingly frustrating Twin Peaks revival, director David Lynch is lending his name to an extremely limited edition Bang & Olufsen speaker. It’s a weird collaboration from a weird director and a company with some of the industry’s weirdest speaker designs. A branding opportunity made in weirdo heaven. The speaker is essentially a B&O Play A9 draped with… Read More

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    Published on 13 Oct 2017 at 01:54PM

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