Beoplay EQ earphones

Noise cancelling on the go

One of the most well known brands in audio, Bang & Olufsen, has today announced its new Beoplay EQ, which claim to be the first true wireless earphones with Adaptive Active Noise Cancellation (ANC).

The Beoplay EQ’s combine the brand’s ANC tech with passive sealing to further block external sound. Inside the music is delivered via a 6.8mm electro-dynamic driver, dedicated ANC DSP chip and six microphones which automatically adjustment the ANC levels. The tech specs also boast the latest aptX adaptive 5.2 and IP54 Bluetooth with software designed to get Android and Apple devices up and running with ease.

Beoplay EQ earphones in black

The Beoplay EQ’s come in a choice of Black Anthracite and Sand Gold Tone finishes, with varying sized interchangeable tips

Music fast

Run time is up to a claimed 20 hours, including charging in their supplied spacecraft-grade aluminium case, or 6.5 hours with ANC activated. There’s also a 2o minute fast charge feature for the most impatient of listeners, which gives you two hours of playtime.

Price: £349

Visit Bang & Olufsen’s website for more details.


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