Bang & Olufsen launches wireless Earset earphones for £269

Headphones / Earphones

Looking for a pair of solid, wireless earphones complete with customisable earhooks to stay in place? B&O PLAY has just launched a new model called Earset, which it’s billing as an evolution of a Bang & Olufsen design icon. 

Earset comes with state-of-the-art wireless audio technology, world-class Bang & Olufsen Signature Sound and a fresh look for the next generation, claims the manufacturer.

The acoustics of the new earphones are built around a 14.2mm speaker unit with a neodymium magnet. The cabinet behind the speaker unit has two acoustic vents and a bass port to optimize the sound performance.

Digital equalizers inside the Bluetooth chipset are used to fine tune the final sound performance, and the grill on the earbuds is designed with inspiration from the hole pattern on the Beoplay A1, ensuring optimal sound dispersion.

The original lines for the design were drawn by Anders Hermansen in the 1990s with a strong focus on making a set of earphones flexible enough to adapt to any ear.

The adjustment system on the earphones lets you modify the angle of the earbud, the height of the piston, and the curve of the earhook individually to ensure a perfect fit.

In fact it can be rotated and stretched in three different dimensions, making the earphones suitable for any headshape!

Earset launches today and is available from for £269.

Chris Price
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