Deal: Bang & Olufsen Beoplay EX Earphones on 21% Discount, grab it for just $316.62

With the Beoplay EX, Bang & Olufsen has made a great pair of wireless earbuds that sound better than anything else on the market. Even though the noise cancellation is good, we wouldn’t say it’s the best in its class, and for the price, we would have liked a longer battery life. But if sound is the most important thing to you, it will be hard to find a better one.

As you might expect from this high-end audio brand, the Bang & Olufsen Beoplay EX are a very stylish pair of truly wireless earbuds. A stem that hangs down like AirPods and a touchpad with a mirror on the outside give them a touch of class while also making them practical and useful. You can get these in three different colors: blue and black (Anthracite Oxygen), black (Black Anthracite), and gold tone (Gold Tone).

Features:

  • Superbly comfortable and secure fit
  • Outstanding weatherization: IP57 means they can be submerged
  • Incredible levels of sound customization
  • Effective ANC performance and call quality

The 9.2mm drivers in the Beoplay EX are the biggest drivers that B&O has ever used in a true wireless headphone. The maker says that this “significantly increases the power of every audio moment.” I usually don’t like marketing hype, but the EX sound great and have good dynamics. The Bluetooth 5.2 radios in these headphones support the SBC, AAC, and aptX Adaptive codecs. During the weeks I used it, the wireless connection was great.

We could walk more than 90 feet line of sight away from my iPhone 12 Pro and not miss a beat. The signal didn’t stop when you went up or down a floor, either. Even more impressive was that I could get a better signal through walls, doors, and corners than with some other true wireless earbuds I’ve recently tested.

How to get Bang & Olufsen Beoplay EX Earphones?

As with most earbuds, you can control a lot of the Beoplay EX’s functions by touching it: With one touch on the right plug, you can start or stop the music. If you double-tap the right one, you can skip forward one track, and if you double-tap the left one, you can skip back one track. To turn up, press and hold the right button, and to turn down, do the same with the left button. Press the left button once to switch between active noise cancellation, audio dubbing, and off, and press the right button three times to call up the voice assistant.

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