Bang & Olufsen has joined the true wireless earbuds gang with its very first Noise cancellation buds. And they cost a ridiculous $399, that is almost the price for Middle level 4K TVs!
A whole lot of money for these premium sound company earbuds. The Bang & Olufsen’s Beoplay EQ earbuds will be available globally, on August 19th in black and gold colors.
Early birds can register via this link to be informed when they immediately become available for purchase.
The Beoplay EQ has a battery life of 20 hours when used with the charging case. The Active Noise Cancellation takes about six and half hours when on.
When Active noise cancellation is turned off, the true wireless earbuds get about seven and half hours of playtime.
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Bang & Olufsen boasts these buds that are small and lightweight to be worn even when lying with your head on a pillow.
Designer Thomas Bentzen made this, each bud weighs 8 grams each, and its charging case a minimal 50 grams.
The hefty price tag means the Beoplay EQ has some prominent features, let’s spell them out for you.
For substance resistance, they have IP54 dust and water resistance so they can withstand some earthly elements.
In the true wireless earbuds are Qualcomm’s AptX adaptive standards. Which according to the chip company is a dynamically adjustable audio codec design to deliver robust, low-latency, low-bit rate, high-quality wireless audio.
These earbuds also support AAC and SBC codecs. With an Electro-dynamic 6.8mm diameter, its EQ is customizable using the Bang & Olufsen App.
They support the latest Bluetooth 5.2 speeds, 340 mah battery charging case, and 3 years product warranty.
In the box are the Beoplay EQ, the wireless charging case, 0.5m USB A/USB C cable for charging, a quick start guide, and 4 different sizes of silicone ear tips.
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