Bang & Olufsen presents its first TWS headphones

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Bang & Olufsen presents its first TWS headphones
bang & olufsen presents its first tws headphones

The Nordic firm is one of the most prestigious when it comes to high fidelity sound. That is undeniable, and getting one of their products automatically raises our technological pedigree. Now the signature Bang olufsen has presented the first completely wireless headphones in its history, and that is why we understand the TWS format that makes it as easy as possible to transport them due to their small size and the great autonomy they offer with their battery case. In this case it is the new Beoplay EQ, headphones that hit the market to compete against the AirPods with a plus of elegance.

Features of the new Bang & Olufsen Beoplay EQ

Of course, we are not looking at cheap headphones, but B&O aims at the top of the range. And he does it with headphones that have active noise cancellation. Thanks to it, you can listen to music in noisy environments with maximum silence, since the microphones detect the sound around you and neutralize it with a neutral audio signal. The sound that we can expect from them is the best, considering the great sound quality that Bang & Olufsen normally brings to their devices.

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As good TWS headphones they have a carrying case or case that integrates a rechargeable battery. Thanks to it we can count on an autonomy of up to 20 hours of playback, while if we only use the battery integrated in the headphones, this is up to 6.5 hours, as long as we do not use the active noise cancellation. A battery in the case that gives us hours of playback with only 20 minutes of charging. They are charged through a USB type C connector, already present in many devices, while it is also compatible with Qi wireless charging. They have water resistance thanks to the IP54 certification, so there are no problems if they get wet from splashes of water or our sweat.

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It’s compatible with high resolution audio thanks to the aptX codec and Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity, the latest standard available. It has Microsoft Swift pair, and is compatible with both Android and iOS. It arrives in black and sand, and will go on sale on August 19 for a price of 399 euros. It is much more than AirPods Pro, but we can consider that it is a higher quality headphones, especially in sound.

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