Bang & Olufsen announces wireless with adaptive active noise cancellation

Currently we find several types of wireless headphones that offer noise cancellation among their specifications. In I’m from Mac we have tried a good handful of these headphones and now Bang & Olufsen shows some that offer, according to the firm, true noise cancellation.

They explain that to achieve the best possible noise cancellation, the headphones use a type of adaptive ANC that combines active noise cancellation with the passive sealing of the headset itself. Up to six microphones perform the task of automatically adjusting ANC levels and also use directional beam technology to improve call quality when we are talking and there is noise outside.

Some of the main specifications of these Beoplay EQ

B&O headphones

The new Beoplay EQ offers according to specifications up to 20 hours of playtime with the case or some 6.5 hours with continuous active noise cancellation, They are made of anodized aluminum for the outside, a resistance to water and dust with IP54 certification, 8 grams of weight each, Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity and will be available in our country from next August 19.

As usual in current headphones, the charging box offers the Qi wireless charging option and has a USB C port. These new headphones will have several colors available: anthracite black and a color called sand. The important thing for all users who intend to buy is undoubtedly its price and in this case they amount to 399 euros.

You will find more details and the option to purchase directly from the firm’s own website.

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