Well-known Danish brand Bang & Olufsen are no strangers to the premium audio market scene. Celebrating 95 years of audio heritage, the company plan to release the new Beoplay H95 with superior comfort and effective active noise cancelling technology.
The headphones feature two customized 40 mm titanium drivers as well as Bang & Olufsen’s very own proprietary digital signal processing (DSP) engine. Made from a selection of very high-end materials, the H95 incorporate aluminum and lambskin materials.
The headphones make use of adaptive active noise-cancelling (ANC) technology which uses feed-forward and feedback microphones. The latest in wireless technology will enable the Beoplay H95 to play for a very impressive 38 hours of continuous playback at normal listening levels (and with active ANC turned on).
Support for AAC and aptX Adaptive will prevent any latency problems and the H95 will use a stable Bluetooth 5.1 protocol.
Noise Isolation : Adaptive Active Noise Cancellation
Driver Type: Electro-dynamic Titanium Driver w/ Neodymium magnets, 40 mm diameter
Driver Sensitivity: 101.5 dB, 1mW @1kHz
Frequency Range: 20-22,000 Hz
Impedance: 12 Ohm +/- 15%
The headphones will be available in black/grey mist from September 10th
For more information, visit Bang & Olufsen