While there are plenty of Bang & Olufsen Beoplay EQ, the Danish company’s first earbuds to feature active noise canceling. They’ll be available in August in two color options, sand or black.to choose from these days, the list of high-end true-wireless buds is also growing and now includes the $399 (£359)
The Beoplay EQ joinsin the $400 earbuds club. is $349, is $280, and Bang & Olufsen’s own lists for $350.
I haven’t gotten my hands on the Beoplay EQ buds yet, but I’ll let you know how they perform as soon as I do. in the meantime, here are their key specs, according to Bang & Olufsen.
- Dedicated ANC DSP chip and six microphones allow for automatic adjustment of ANC levels
- The microphones create directional beamforming technology for clear calls and speech quality
- Spacecraft-grade aluminum charging case with wireless charging
- 6.5 hours of playtime with noise-canceling turned on (20 hours total with 2 additional charges from charging case)
- Quick-charge feature gives you 2 hours of playtime with a 20-minute charge
- Bluetooth 5.2
- Supports AptX streaming with compatible devices
- IP54 splash-proof
- Price: $399 (£359)