Bang & Olufsen Unveils New Beoplay H9 Wireless Headphones With Active Noise Cancellation [Video]

Bang & Olufsen Unveils New Beoplay H9 Wireless Headphones With Active Noise Cancellation [Video]

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Bang & Olufsen has unveiled new Beoplay H9 wireless over-ear headphones that feature active noise cancellation.

Beoplay H9 comes with a wireless, over-ear wearing style for a more expressive look, and is crafted in luxurious, lightweight and true materials. The headband is built up around a solid and lightweight aluminium frame covered with stitched cowhide leather, and underneath the soft lambskin coated ear cushion is adaptive memory foam that adapts to the shape and curve of the ear for supreme comfort and breathability.

The ear cushions act as an isolating element, which naturally leaves out many of the high frequency sounds. In combination with ANC you can hear every detail in noisy environments without compromising the sound.

Bang & Olufsen Unveils New Beoplay H9 Wireless Headphones With Active Noise Cancellation [Video]

Explore the sound. Feel the Silence.
On the side of the right ear cup is an intuitive touch interface in anodized aluminium that captures the latest acoustic innovations from B&O PLAY. With this interface, you can – with just a single touch or swipe – activate the noise cancelling function, change songs, answer calls and control the volume. Made for travellers in all weather conditions, the interface works under humid conditions and with gloves on.

Beoplay H9 features hybrid Active Noise Cancellation technology. Multiple microphones placed on the outside of the ear cushion as well as inside capture the noise before it reaches the ear and produce a reverse signal effectively cancelling out unwanted elements. This leaves the unique Bang & Olufsen Signature Sound intact – a well-rounded, authentic and clean sound performance, designed to bring you music the way the artist intended it.

Up to 14 hours of noise cancelling music
Beoplay H9 comes with up to 14 hours of noise cancelling music performance with just a three-hour charge. You can swap the battery in a snap, and if you run out on it just attach an audio cord to keep listening to your music. If you forgot to turn your headphones off the intelligent battery-saving function will automatically kick in.



Adjust the sound profile with Beoplay App
Beoplay H9 is compatible with Beoplay App for Android, iPhone and Apple Watch, which gives you a variety of options for personalizing your listening experience:

● Bang & Olufsen sound engineers have created a variety of sound profiles specifically for Beoplay H9: Commute, Clear, Workout and Podcast.
● Users can adjust the tonality and sound staging themselves with the playful and intuitive B&O PLAY ToneTouch. The interface lets users feel their way through different sound settings and find the one that best suits the situation. Once adjusted, Beoplay H9 saves the setting on the product itself until you adjust it again.
● Connected to Beoplay H9, the Beoplay App makes it easy to monitor the battery status of the headphone.
● Users can control the music (play, pause, forward, back), turn on or off the ANC and they can personalize the headphones in the app by giving it a specific color and name.
● By connecting Beoplay H9 to Beoplay App, users also receive software updates over the air – a new functionality made available for Beoplay H9.

Bang & Olufsen Unveils New Beoplay H9 Wireless Headphones With Active Noise Cancellation [Video]

Pricing and availability
Beoplay H9 launches in two colours, Black and Argilla Grey, and is available for a suggested retail price of DKK 3.799 / SEK 4.899 / NOK 4.799 / USD 499 / EUR 499 / GBP 449 / AUD 799. Included with Beoplay H9 is a carrying bag, a charging cable and an audio cable. You can order the new headphones from the link below...

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Bang & Olufsen Unveils New Beoplay H9 Wireless Headphones With Active Noise Cancellation [Video]
Amat Mulisha - December 2, 2016 at 2:01pm
Look so gorgeous but the price??ughhh.
JuergenWest - December 2, 2016 at 5:33am
The model is very attractive. The headphones, a bit on the bulky side. On anyone other than an attractive slender model, they'd probably look a bit ridiculous.
The Truth - December 2, 2016 at 5:16am
$500. Haha. I would rather get the QC35 for $350.
ratGT. - December 5, 2016 at 7:25am
@The Truth: Are you comparing the most commercial fag-phones to B&O supreme sound? Are you comparing plastic with metal and leather? Are you comparing old tech with over-the-air updates and swappable batteries? Ok, then it's time to get that Bose-c0ck out of your mouth and start researching a bit more newb!
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