Bang & Olufsen launches the Beoplay EQ earphones, design and technology are the winning cards

Bang & Olufsen lancia gli auricolari Beoplay EQ: design e tecnologia le carte vincenti thumbnail

Bang & Olufsen presented the new earphones Beoplay EQ. It is a wireless product that boasts a system ANC (active noise cancellation), to ensure an audio experience that is as immersive and crystal clear as possible.

The winning cards of this new solution are the careful design and the technology on board. They are perfect for listening to your music on the go, while reaching the office or traveling for vacation during the summer.

Wireless earphones are now a essential accessory, given the daily movements and the fact that many smartphones no longer have the classic headphone jack input. The current bluetooth standard also allows stable connections between the smartphone and earphones without lag problems or sudden disconnections.

Technical features of Bang & Olufsen Beoplay EQ earphones

The noise cancellation system, to ensure maximum effectiveness, combines an active and a passive system. Microphones ensure good call quality, allowing you to use the earphones even for mobile phone calls.

Without components designed specifically for calls, in fact, bluetooth headsets in general have poor performance, both for those who use them and for those who listen on the other side.

They are resistant to sweat and splashes of water thanks to the interchangeable pads, available in different sizes. The earphones are certified IP54.

Lo standard bluetooth present on board is the 5.2, and the configuration and pairing process with other devices is really simple and intuitive. Thanks to the licenses Microsoft Swift Pair e Made for iPhone, the connection with Android and iPhone devices is very fast.

Il brand Bang & Olufsen

For those unfamiliar with Bang & Olufsen, it is a historic brand in the field of hi-fi audio-video equipment production. It has always stood out for the quality and design of its products, qualities that are also found in more “commercial” products such as true-wireless earphones.