Danish audio brand Bang & Olufsen today announced its Beoplay EQ earbuds which marks the first active noise cancelation earbuds in the maker’s lineup. They feature an in-ear design without any protruding stems and offer up to 20 hours of usage with their charging case.
Beoplay EQ are powered by 6.88 mm electro-dynamic drivers and feature three microphones in each bud for ANC and voice pickup. The buds pack an anodized aluminum casing and feature the signature B&O sound tuning. Pairing is done over Bluetooth 5.2 and battery life is rated at 6.5-hours on the buds with ANC on and 20 hours with the charging case. Beoplay EQ charge via USB-C or any Qi-compatible wireless charger. They also feature an IP54 rating for water and dust resistance.
Bang & Olufsen Beoplay EQ come in black and sand colors and will retail for $399/€399/£359. First sales in China and Japan start tomorrow, July 29 while the rest of the world will have to wait until August 19.
Couldn't agree more!
Please stop perpetuating this bollocks that external battery packs equal battery life of a product. I have a 100Wh power bank for my phone, does that mean its "battery life" is now 5 days? The Bang & Olufsen Beoplay EQ's batte...