Bang & Olufsen unveiled Beoplay EQ, the first true wireless earphones with Adaptive Active Noise Cancellation, that can eliminate surrounding noise. Besides offering comfort and durability, they ensure first-class call clarity thanks to beamforming technology.
For the maximum noise-canceling effect, Bang & Olufsen used an Adaptive ANC that combines Active Noise Cancellation with excellent passive sealing, effectively obstructing outside noise. A dedicated ANC DSP chip and six microphones allow for automatic adjustment of ANC levels to create a seamless audio experience. In addition to this, the microphones create the best directional beamforming technology, resulting in crystal clear call and speech quality.
Beoplay EQ offers up to 20 hours of total playtime including charging in the case and 6.5 hours of playtime with ANC turned on. Thanks to Bang & Olufsen’s fast charge feature, the earphones can be quickly charged for 20 minutes, and the user will get 2 hours of playtime.
Available in Black Anthracite and Sand Gold Tone, the earphones provide a comfortable and secure fit due to their small and ergonomic shape. They are sweat and water-resistant and come with interchangeable ear tips in different sizes to suit a range of ears. The Qi-certified, wireless charging case is made from spacecraft-grade aluminium. The compact case has been designed to be as small as possible to fit easily into a pocket.
Beoplay EQ’s superior technical specifications deliver a seamless wireless experience with aptX adaptive, the latest Bluetooth 5.2 and IP54. The set-up process is even easier on both Android and Apple devices thanks to the inclusion of Microsoft Swift Pair and Made for iPhone licenses.
Beoplay EQ in Black Anthracite costs 399 EUR and is available in China and Japan on 29th July and ROW from 19th August. The Sand Gold Tone edition is available globally online and in Bang & Olufsen stores from 19th August.