beoplay h5_1The last set of headphones that we saw from Bang & Olufsen were the Beoplay H7s, a set of over-ear wireless headphones that offered up passive noise isolation features. Essentially it felt like a bigger pair of Beoplay H8s just without noise cancellation technology. Now if you aren’t a fan of headphones, don’t worry as Bang & Olufsen have you covered.

The company has recently announced the Beoplay H5. These are a pair of wireless earphones which as you can see from the photo, has a considerably smaller footprint. The earphones will feature a 6.4mm speaker, a small electromagnetic transducer, and have been tuned to create the signature B&O Play sound.

There will be an accompanying app that allows users to control the earphones wirelessly, like adjust the tonality, sound staging, and so on. The app also allows users to monitor the battery life of the earphones. The earphones can be stored by clicking them together magnetically, which in turn will also power them down.

It packs a 100mAh battery that will provider about 5 hours of use. These earphones do not come cheap as they are priced at $249, but they are small and stylish and wireless, so if these qualities matter to you, then the earphones  will be available for purchase via B&O’s Amazon store.

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