Bang & Olufsen Beoplay EQ, True Wireless headphones with active noise reduction

Bang & Olufsen presents its first pair of True Wireless audio headphones equipped with adaptive active noise cancellation technology, the Beoplay EQ.

The first True Wireless headphones from Bang & Olufsen and equipped with Adaptive Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) technology, the Beoplay EQ also combine passive isolation with active isolation. They have a DSP chip dedicated to the ANC as well as six microphones (three per earphone) allowing to automatically adjust the parameters of the ANC.

Beoplay EQ, main specifications

On the audio side, the Beoplay EQ integrate 6.8 mm speakers (frequency response from 20 to 20,000 hertz). Also note the compatibility with the APT-X Adaptive codec, the latest version of Bluetooth 5.2 with the storage of eight devices, and the IP54 standard. The headphones are therefore resistant to sweat and water. The autonomy goes up to 6.5 hours and totals 20 hours with the Qi wireless charging box. Fast charging offers 2 hours of listening time in just 20 minutes.

Christoffer Poulsen, Senior VP and Head of Product Management, Bang & Olufsen

"When we imagined Beoplay EQ, we were committed to meeting the expectations of our customers who use their headphones both when traveling, at work or in their spare time," explains Christoffer Poulsen, senior vice president and head of product management at Bang & Olufsen. These ergonomic headphones have been designed to deliver powerful, authentic sound in comfort, making them an essential accessory for all design and music lovers. Thanks to their ultra-resistant aluminum charging case and Adaptive Active Noise Cancellation technology, Beoplay EQ offers revolutionary listening quality, wherever you are. ”

Available at the indicative price of € 399 in Black Anthracite (black) and Sand Gold Tone (gold).