Bang & Olufsen announced the new Earset wireless headphones. The product was inspired by the design made in the 90s by Anders Hermansen. The structure is made of aluminum and rubber polymers. The actual earphone sits just outside the inner ear, which leads to a better long-wear experience and also allows for ambient noise to come through.
B&O Play Earset can easily adapt to the wearer, ensuring better comfort even during prolonged use sessions. There are also multiple joints that can be adjusted to have the headphones better fit the shape of your individual ear.
This allows it not to completely isolate itself from the external environment. The sound is diffused through 14.2 mm electro-dynamic drivers with neodymium magnets, behind which are placed two acoustic vents and a bass port. This configuration allows optimizing the acoustic performances of the Earset.
The frequency response is between 20Hz and 20kHz. The specifications report a sensitivity of 105dB and an impedance of 32 ohms. The earphones measure 40 x 55 x 24 mm and weigh 30 grams. The wireless connection uses Bluetooth 4.2 functionality. The left and right earphones are joined by a cable that also integrates a remote control and a microphone for voice calls. Through the Beoplay App, you can customize the listening modes, using the Tone Touch mode.
The integrated 95mAh battery guarantees up to 5 hours of playback time at moderate volume. It can take up to 2 hours to fully recharge, while the faster one allows obtaining 1 hour of battery with 20 minutes of charge. The B&O Play Earset headphones are already available to buy on Amazon at $299 and it comes in Graphite Brown and White color options.[amazon box=”B07BBWM6X2″ /] [amazon box=”B07BBVXJQQ” /]