B&O PLAY BeoPlay Special Edition H6 Headphones

Aug 18, 2014

Category: Tech

Just like how some people want pancakes and scrambled eggs in the morning (the overachievers of the world) some people want more than superior audio quality in their headphones. Some people also want panache. The premium sound sultans at B&O PLAY are giving those people what they’re asking for with B&O’s new set of colorways for the BeoPlay H6 headphones.

Choose from “Bluestone,” “Graphite Blush” and “Bronzed Hazel” and enjoy the unique splashes of color while also savoring the combination of accurate, well-balanced, and distortion-free sound reproduction and high-tech lightweight construction. That means zero listener fatigue, and with the new standout styling there’ll be no viewing fatigue on anyone else’s part either. Goes great with flapjacks, by the way. [Purchase]

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