Slated to release in August, the new Beoplay EQ Adaptive noise-canceling wireless earbuds promise authentic audio and up to 6.5 hours of playtime with noise cancellation turned on.
The Beoplay Adaptive noise-canceling wireless earbuds are tuned by acclaimed sound engineers and boast a 6.88mm electro-dynamic driver for audio performance.
They feature both active noise cancellation and transparency modes. This allows you to block out noise for immersive listening or important phone calls or mix in your ambient environmental noise to provide increased awareness of your surroundings.
The earbuds connect to your Bluetooth-enabled devices via Bluetooth 5.2, granting you an 800-foot range in optimal conditions.
Beoplay EQ will be capable of up to 20 hours of playtime, or 6.5 hours with ANC enabled. The wireless charging case is fast-charge compatible, too — a 20-minute charge can provide up to two additional hours of playtime.
Featuring six built-in microphones, Bang & Olufsen promises crystal clear calls and authentic audio when using these earbuds.
Beoplay EQ will be available for purchase from Bang & Olufsen starting on August 19 and will be priced at $399. In addition, customers will be able to choose from two colors, black or sand.