About

We are the most helpful and happy team you will find.

Opened in April 2014, the Bang & Olufsen store is praying at Copenhagen Airport. As early as 2015, our store won the award "Best overall service" at Copenhagen Airport. It is our vision to continue to deliver the best customer service, whether in our store or online. On a daily basis, we deliver worldwide shipping to our webshop customers from our location in Copenhagen.

Our owner Henrik Lind has sold Bang & Olufsen products for 15 years. We are a multinational team consisting of Chinese and Danish employees who strive to ensure that every customer leaves the store to feel satisfied.

We love the products from Bang & Olufsen and have always been guided by four important principles; Design, Performance, Simplicity and Craftsmanship. Each one means a great deal to us as well as our customers. The product design is elegant, made to deliver outstanding performance and sound quality. By simplicity we mean our products are easy to use by everyone. Finally, high quality materials are assembled with fine craftsmanship to achieve that exceptional and renowned Bang & Olufsen finish.

Best regards

The team at Bang & Olufsen Copenhagen Airport 

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About Bang &Olufsen

It all started in 1925, when two engineers, Peter Bang and Svend Olufsen, began a modest production of radios in the attic of the Olufsen family home, 'Quistrup'. The company of 'Bang & Olufsen' was founded on 17 November that same year by the two young engineers who shared a passion for radio transmissions. Their first product was developed in the attic of the Olufsen's manor house in Denmark where the family still lives today.

The first commercially viable product to bear the Bang & Olufsen name was the B&O Eliminator in 1927. The Eliminator enabled a radio to be connected directly to the mains rather than being battery-operated which had been previously the norm. That same year, production moved to a new, purpose-built factory just outside the town of Struer.

It was the sturdy '5 lamper' (5 tubes) radio from 1929 that firmly established Bang & Olufsen as a reputable radio manufacturer. In 1930 Bang & Olufsen introduced its first radiogramophone. The following year the company manufactured a tone-film public address system for use in cinemas. This rapidly came in such a demand that a subsidiary was formed to handle this one product.

In 1938 Bang & Olufsen introduced the first mains radio with push-button operation: the 'Master 38CH'. The 'Master de Luxe 39' introduced the following year had no less then 16 permanent stations. This was the first time that strict attention was deliberately paid to user convenience.

From the outset Peter Bang and Svend Olufsen concentrated on quality materials and the application of new technology. Following the move to the new factory a new idea developed, a pre-set tuning button, which was one of the many innovations that earned the company the Danish Hallmark of Quality.

In 1939 they launched the 'Beolit', the first radio with a bakelite cabinet. The Beolit was the start of the famous 'Beo' prefix being used on all major new products.

In 1940 Bang & Olufsen introduced dealer campaigns which included eye-catching window decorations and shop fitting ideas. Thus began the now international network of authorised Bang & Olufsen dealers.

Despite the German occupation of Denmark during WWII, 1941 saw great optimism at Bang & Olufsen. The Grand Prix 41 introduced a tuning scale that could fold away out of sight, when not in use.

On 14 January 1945, the occupation forces totally destroyed the Bang & Olufsen factories. Rebuilding started shortly afterwards and the new premises were operational by 1946, incorporating the newest technological facilities. The year after, the company launched Beocord 84U, Europe's first wire-recorder and which was a forerunner of the open-reel tape recorders.

1948's Grand Prix 48CH was the first Bang & Olufsen 'high-fidelity' radio.

IDuring their time together, Peter Bang and Svend Olufsen were considered unorthodox in their approach - Traditional wisdom stated that products of the twentieth century should show their technical characteristics and little or no attention was needed for their physical appearance. Their innovative ideas should form the basis for the company's success in the coming years. Bang & Olufsen is - and has always been - a visionary company.