Bang & Olufsen has unveiled what it claims to be its most versatile wireless noise canceling headphones to date. It is worth adding that we are talking about fully wireless headphones (TWS; True Wireless Stereo).
The convenience of the novelty has yet to be tested, and this is an individual question, but the price is definitely high if we compare the Beoplay EX model with top competitors. The novelty costs $ 400, and this is much more than asking for Apple AirPods Pro or Sony WF-1000XM4.
The press release dedicated to the headphones is replete with epithets, but if we are talking about the parameters, then we must first of all note the use of 9.2 mm drivers. These are the largest drivers B&O has ever used for a headphone like this. In addition, there is good autonomy: 6 hours for the headphones themselves and 20 hours with the case. And this is with the active noise reduction function.
The company also focuses on the quality of speech transmission, which is supposedly on top in headphones. Given the presence of three microphones in each earbud, this is believable.
From the rest, we can note support for Bluetooth 5.2 and full protection against water and dust (IP57).