Bang & Olufsen has a new wireless headphone called Beoplay H95. The name Beoplay H95 itself was chosen to celebrate B&O’s 95th anniversary. As a result, this product is made as premium as possible.
Luxury materials such as genuine sheepskin are believed to wrap the ear pads, and the fat pads can be removed/attached magnetically.
Behind each earcup, there is a titanium driver with a diameter of 40 mm with a frequency response of 20-22,000 Hz. The sound quality should not be doubted since B&O has packed quite a long experience in the audio industry, especially with effective noise canceling.
Active Noise Canceling
Not just any ANC headphones, the technology in this product is adaptive and can be adjusted to the intensity based on the ambient noise level.
The ANC intensity can also be adjusted manually, and how to adjust it is also a special attraction, because the outer sides of the two earcups are surrounded by rotating knobs; left to decrease the volume, right to control how aggressively the device eliminates outside noises.
This device relies on Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity, and the battery is claimed to be able to withstand up to 38 hours of non-stop use. When you don’t turn on the ANC feature, the battery can even last up to 50 hours.
Despite all the advantages, Beoplay H95 is not for everyone. The reason is that the price tag is pegged starting at $ 800. But for premium-class headphones, why not?