Sunday , September 26 2021

Bang & Olufsen launches the first real wireless headphones with adaptive noise reduction

In neighboring Denmark, Bang & Olufsen has launched Beoplay EQ, the first real wireless headphones with adaptive noise reduction. Adaptive noise reduction is a more sophisticated technology that uses both microphones and speakers to adjust the sound to the level of noise around you. Bang & Olufsen claims that Beoplay EQ does exactly that and effectively eliminates ambient sound.

To achieve this, they have developed an adaptive in combination with a passive noise reduction. Beoplay EQ has a dedicated dsp processor and six microphones that automatically configure the noise reduction level based on ambient sound.

The headphones use Bluetooth 5.2 and have a range of about ten meters. Support is available for both lossless Apple and Qualcomm’s Aptx Adaptive. Aptx Adaptive can offer high definition wireless audio with a resolution of up to 24 bits and a sampling frequency of up to 48 kHz.

BeoPlay equalizer

BeoPlay EQ remembers the last eight paired devices you used and is ip54 certified. The headphones have an 85 mAh rechargeable lithium-ion battery. They also support qi loading. Bang & Olufsen says you get approximately 7.5 hours of playback without noise reduction and 6.5 hours of noise reduction.

BeoPlay EQ is available in two colors: anthracite black and sand color. The price is SEK 4,119 and will be available to order from 19 August.

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