The well-known Danish company Bang & Olufsen, which produces expensive audio devices, has shown its new fully wireless headphones. The novelty is called Beoplay EQ.
One of the key features of the new headphones was the active noise cancellation system. The manufacturer claims that six microphones are involved in its work – four monitor the noise level, and two more receive sound during a conversation or recording messages.
The Beoplay EQs are priced at $399, which is noticeably more than the AirPods Pro. However, for an additional $150, users will get a more stylish device. In addition, the new headphones from Bang & Olufsen are more autonomous. With active noise reduction, they can work up to 6.5 hours. That’s 2 hours longer than the AirPods Pro. With the case included, Beoplay EQ has a battery life of up to 20 hours. The headphones can be charged via USB-C or wirelessly.
Bang & Olufsen Beoplay EQ supports Qualcomm AptX technology and AAC and SBC codecs. Also, the headphones are protected from dust and moisture according to the IP54 standard.
The novelty will appear on sale on August 19. Two colors will be available to choose from – Black Anthracite and Sand.
Source: Bang & Olufsen