The full-size Bang & Olufsen Beoplay HX headphones are a wireless model with active noise cancellation and a considerable margin of autonomy.
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Traditionally, B&O designers have taken care of the selection of quality materials – a combination of metal, recycled plastic, fabric and lamb leather. Ear pads filled with memory foam are sewn from it. The headband is covered with smooth cow leather on the outside and fabric on the inside.
The Beoplay HX is powered by custom 40mm neodymium magnet speakers. The headphones work out the frequency range of 20-22,000 Hz. The noise canceling system and voice communication in Beoplay HX are serviced by MEMS microphones (in which the sensor is combined with an integrated circuit).
According to the company, the headphones work with advanced speech technology and next-generation digital adaptive active noise canceling (ADC). Additional settings for sound profiles and ANC presets are available in the proprietary mobile application.
The headphones support Bluetooth 5.1 with aptX Adaptive, AAC, SBC audio codecs, enhanced with Microsoft Swift Pair, Google Fast Pair and Apple’s Made for iPhone certification. At the same time, the novelty remembers the last eight paired devices and is able to quickly connect to any of them.
Charging Beoplay HX fully via USB-C takes 3 hours and provides up to 35 hours of playtime. At the same time, the headphones can also work in wired mode – in addition to the charging cable, there is also an audio cable 1.25 m long with a 3.5 mm TRS jack. All this, together with the headphones, is housed in a fabric case.
The Beoplay HX headphones are already available in Black Anthracite. Two more design options – Sand and Timber – will appear at a later date.
In Europe, the price of the Bang & Olufsen Beoplay HX headphones was 500 euros.