B&O Beoplay EQ wireless earphones feature Adaptive Active Noise Cancellation

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B&O Beoplay EQ wireless earphones feature Adaptive Active Noise Cancellation

Bang & Olufsen has unveiled a replacement set of wireless earphones that feature something it calls Adaptive Active Noise Cancellation. The noise cancellation feature eliminates surrounding noise and improves immersion with the music the wearer is taking note of. Truth wireless earphones are called the Beoplay EQ and also support wireless phone calls.

Bang & Olufsen‘s Adaptive Active Noise cancellation combines active noise cancellation with passive cancellation to dam external noise. The earphones have a fanatical ANC DSP chip and 6 microphones to automatically adjust noise cancellation levels to make a more seamless listening experience. The six integrated microphones also are used for directional beamforming technology, providing clearer calls and speech quality.

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While the earphones are smaller in-ear style than other offerings that Bang & Olufsen sell, they still offer long listening times. Beoplay EQ promises a strong and authentic listening experience with up to twenty hours of total playtime per charge. the entire playtime is expanded to twenty hours because of the aluminum charging case that gives a further 6.5 hours of playtime with active noise cancellation activated.

Integrated fast charging allows the Beoplay EQ to be charged for 20 minutes to supply two hours of playtime. Two colors are available, including Black Anthracite and Sand Gold Tone. Beoplay EQ was designed to be small, comfortable to wear and offer a secure fit because of its ergonomic shape. In addition, they’re sweat and water-resistant and ship with interchangeable air tips in several sizes for a custom fit.

Beoplay EQ earphones utilize aptX adaptive, Bluetooth 5.0, and are IP54 rated. Additionally, the earphones support any Bluetooth device, have Microsoft Swift Pair technology, and are Made for iPhone. Beoplay EQ is going to be available to get on August 19 for $399.

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