While there are plenty ofto choose from these days, the list of high-end true-wireless buds is also growing and now includes the $399 (£359) , the Danish company's first earbuds to feature active noise canceling. They'll be available in August in two color options, sand or black.
The Beoplay EQ joins thein the $400 earbuds club. are $349, are $280 and Bang & Olufsen's own list 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 6 microphones allow for automatic adjustment of ANC levels
- Microphones enable 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; Australian price TBA, but UK price converts to AU$680)