Beoplay E8 Truly Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds

B&O Play has released its latest E8 truly wireless Bluetooth earbuds. Using Near Field Magnetic Induction (NFMI) technology, the wireless earbuds deliver high-quality and stable audio transmission. Need more features? Let’s continue checking.

Beoplay E8 Truly Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds

Beoplay E8 is a pair of high-performance truly wireless Bluetooth earbuds. Each earbud measures 23 x 20 x 25mm and weighs 6g/7g. As shown in the images, the earbuds show off an ultra compact and lightweight design, and the black matte exterior delivers a minimalistic and sleek aesthetic style. Meanwhile, the metallic rings complements the elegant design, and the smooth contours and 4 pairs of silicone eartips in different sizes allow them to provide a comfortable wearing experience for every listener.

Beoplay E8 Truly Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds

The truly wireless Bluetooth earbuds come equipped with two 5.7mm diameter electro-dynamic drivers plus Bluetooth 4.2 with DSP in order to produce crisp, clear wireless stereo audio with rich bass and details. Using built-in Near Field Magnetic Induction the truly wireless earbuds ensure high-quality audio streaming.

Beoplay E8 Truly Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds

Furthermore, using custom app you can easily customize your playback. Its new Transparency Mode allows you to choose to focus on your music or let a bit ambient sound in when you’re out in the city. Moreover, built-in microphone lets you answer handsfree calls with ease. The built-in rechargeable batteries offer up to 4 hours of playback on a single charge, and a compact charging case not only protects your Beoplay E8, but also gives 2 additional charges for the earbuds.

Beoplay E8 truly wireless Bluetooth earbuds are priced at $299 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Amazon (black version) for its more details.

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