The latest headphones from Bang & Olufsen are based on their iconic A8, which for years have emblematized excellence in both form and function. An exquisite revamp of the stalwart of Bang & Olufsen’s headphone class, the B&G Earset brings new ergonomic features and a beautiful, industrial design back to your eardrum.
Constructed for comfort, the Earset’s anodized aluminum case swathes a telescopic piston, which allows the user to adjust the Earset’s position to accommodate his or her particular cartilaginous configuration (ear-shape). The earhook is also fully flexible, so as not to pinch or squeeze. The Earset cuts the cord, offering a fully wireless experience through Bluetooth functions. Full tone loudspeakers are intended to allow a modicum of external sounds to remain audible, so listeners can stay engaged with their environments. The Earset distinguishes itself from other hooked, over-the-ear headphones – which are often constrictive and painfully inflexible – by its lithe, lobe-luxuriating design. The only downside to the Earset’s comfort is that when you cut the sound, you may forget that you’re wearing them. The new Earset from Bang & Olufsen is architecturally earmarked for your listening and wearing pleasure.
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