Bang & Olufsen BeoSound AMG High-End Surround Sound System

It’s your ride. It’s your music.

The Bang & Olufsen BeoSound AMG High-End Surround Sound System for the Mercedes-Benz GLE reflects the superior quality that you have come to expect. For the GLE, Bang & Olufsen sound engineers have used state of the art technology and, more importantly, their highly-trained ears, to tune your system to make sure as like the musicians are playing just for you.

The new GLE features 14 active loudspeakers, each with its own dedicated amplifier channel. The patented ALT (Acoustic Lens Technology) delivers 180º of horizontal sound dispersion and ensures that every occupant experiences the same direct and spatially realistic sound stage; delivered clear and precise.

The system is powered by Bang & Olufsen’s BeoCore amplifier. Its intelligent dynamic power management allows it to generate a vast 1,400 watts of power.

Vehicle Noise Compensation (VNC) technology employs cabin-mounted microphones that continuously gather information about interior and exterior noise levels and subtly make adjustments, maintaining the sound quality at the highest possible level.

The BeoSound AMG system’s rich and clear sound is complimented by a design that reflects the Mercedes-Benz GLE’s luxurious interior. The delicate hole pattern and anodised aluminium finish of the system’s speakers blend naturally into the vehicle’s interior.



14 fully active loudspeakers



Unique aluminium speaker grilles (superbly crafted, precisely drilled and with laser engraved Bang & Olufsen logo)


BeoCore Amplifier

Total System Power 1.400 Watt

DSP (Digital Signal Processing) Amplifier

ICEpower® technology > 90 % efficiency

Intelligent dynamic power management


Sound Features

True-Image™: Proprietary Bang & Olufsen algorithm for intelligent distribution of the music signal to the loudspeakers

Vehicle Noise Compensation (VNC): Dynamic sound adjustment based on microphone measurements and driving speed

5.1 surround tuning

Sound Mode: ‘Front’, ‘Rear’ or ‘All’ passengers