The best Bang & Olufsen Beoplay A9 wireless speaker review. Bang & Olufsen music speakers are a world renowned, and is a super name in its field. The BeoPlay A9 is a digital loudspeaker offering impressive and relatively spacious stereo sound performance in one single unit. It’s designed as a cool piece of furniture that fits your home style. With a careful selection of materials and great attention to detail, the days of wanting to hide your bulky black stereo are over. No matter where you choose to place A9, it’s going to look beautiful. The base is full and the treble and midrange are clear and beautiful. It will gently Bach’s strings as well as blast out Lady Gaga and Tina Turner. Set up is easy. After setup, you simply configure your AirPlay device to talk to the BeoPlay and you’re all set. I tend to use my Apple iPad most of the time, but it works with iPhones, iPods, or even a computer running iTunes. Once your device is on the same network as the A9, you see it in your list of AirPlay devices. Select it and you’re done. Setup is pretty straightforward. You screw the legs into their respective slots, set a switch to indicate whether it’s going to be free-standing, against a wall or in a corner. Plug it in and you’re done. What Bang & Olufsen does is very creative. They give you a QR-code (one of those squarish bar codes) you can scan with your iPhone or other mobile device. It installs a simple mobile app, and you find out that not only does the A9 have a wireless LAN client, it has a mini access point built-in. You configure the mobile app to connect to the A9 over it’s built-in network, and from there you configure your “real” network. No need at all to plug it in to a wired PC for configuration or anything like that. Very slick overall, and able to get it running in under five minutes. Even the mobile app is elegant.