After several generations of E8 true wireless earbuds and a sports edition, the E8 still did not get the love of active noise cancellation. As it turns out, B&O had another plan and that plan is the Bang & Olufsen Beoplay EQ Wireless Earphones.
The Bang & Olufsen Beoplay EQ Wireless Earphones is the brand’s first adaptive active noise canceling TWS earbuds. It boasts no less than 6 build-in microphones to enable clear calls and authentic audio.
A customizable fit further aid in noise reduction passively, so you could immerse in B&O Signature Sound as tuned by acclaimed sound engineers and delivered by a 6.88 mm electro-dynamic new driver.
Other highlights include Bluetooth 5.2, up to 6.5 hours battery life with ANC (or 7.5 hours without ANC and up to 20 hours when used with charging case), 20-minute fast charge for two hours of playtime, customizable EQ sound via Bang & Olufsen app, IP54 rated anodized aluminum and sweat-resistant textured housing, and an aluminum charging case with rubber-coated based for wireless charging.
The Bang & Olufsen Beoplay EQ Wireless Earphones are available as we speak, priced at US$399.
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