What you need to know
- Bang & Olufsen has a new pair of Made for iPhone earphones.
- The Beoplay EQ earphones come with adaptive active noise cancellation and great sound.
- You get 20 hours of battery life, fast charging, and more.
Bang & Olufsen has unveiled a brand new pair of Made for iPhone wireless earbuds, its new Beoplay EQ earphones.
The company says its Beoplay EQ earphones are the first true wireless earphones to feature "Adaptive Active Noise Cancellation" which it says effectively eliminates surrounding noise, allowing for total immersion. The company also hailed the new earphones' design and audio experience as well as their comfort and durability. The company explain its Adaptive ANC:
With the case, they come with up to 20 hours total listening time, and 6.5 hours of ANC playtime on a single charge. You can also get 2 hours of playtime in just 20 minutes thanks to fast charging.
They come in Black Anthracite and Sand Gold Tone colors, are sweat and water-resistant and feature interchangeable ear tips. They also feature Qi wireless charging and a spacecraft-grade aluminum case. Connectivity is provided by Bluetooth 5.2 and they have an IP54 water rating. Thanks to their Made for iPhone tag they could be some of the best true wireless earbuds we've seen lately, and could challenge Apple's AirPods Pro for a premium listening experience.
They'll be available from August 19 for $399 worldwide.
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