B&O Play announces Beoplay4 wireless headphones

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PLAY is pleased to introduce Beoplay H4, a new pair of wireless Bluetooth headphones designed by Jakob Wagner.

Made using some of the finest materials, the headphones feature soft lambskin ear cushions as well as a lambskin covered headband. The inside of the ear cushion is made of memory foam that adapts to the shapes and curves of the ear.

The ear cup discs are made of aluminium which is stamped, polished and anodised, and you can see how the logo on the plate has been laser-etched in a matching colour, tuned by the laser cut itself.  The cord connecting the headphones is encased in braided textile that has been made partially visible between the slider and the headband.

Beoplay H4 comes with a simple and intuitive user interface with three buttons. Simply press the centre button to answer/end calls, play/pause; press upper or lower button for volume control and to skip tracks; press upper and lower buttons simultaneously to pair your headphones through Bluetooth.

Connectivity includes a micro USB connector and a 3.5mm jack that integrate into the material that make up the headphones’ housing.

Beoplay H4 provides up to 19 hours of wireless music with just a 2.5 hours charge. If Beoplay H4 runs out of power, you can plug in the enclosed mini jack cable to keep enjoying your music.

Beoplay H4 is compatible with Beoplay App for Android, iPhone and Apple Watch, which gives you a variety of options for personalising your listening experience.

Says Global Head of Marketing Jens Jermiin for B&O PLAY: “Beoplay H4 started as an exciting idea of a new, dynamic archetype that would give us the opportunity to expand our best-in-class sound, craftsmanship and design language to a much broader audience.”

Beoplay H4 launches in Charcoal Grey and is available for a suggested retail price of £249 in Bang & Olufsen stores, on www.beoplay.com/h4 and in selected third party retailers from 9 February 2017.

READ OUR REVIEW OF WIRELESS HEADPHONES HERE. 

 

Chris Price