Tag: Bang & Olufsen

Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H9i vs Bose QuietComfort 35 (and QC35 II) – Headphone Showdown
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Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H9i vs Bose QuietComfort 35 (and QC35 II) – Headphone Showdown

If most reviews from popular outlets are to be believed, the Bose QC35s (and QC35 II, which are identical in every way except for the Google Assistant button and a differently designed carrying case in the box) are unrivalled in the wireless over-ear noise cancelling headphone market. How true is this though? Do they really have the best active noise cancellation? Are they really the most comfortable? Are they really the best for sound quality in this product range? These are the questions I intend to answer when comparing them to the Beoplay H9i from the high-end Danish brand Bang & Olufsen. This review compares the H9i and QC35 (series I), but any differences with the QC35 II are made clear so this review can be used to compare the H9i and QC35 II too. Please note I also own ...
Review: Bang & Olufsen Beoplay E8 Truly Wireless Earphones
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Review: Bang & Olufsen Beoplay E8 Truly Wireless Earphones

The Beoplay E8 are Bang & Olufsen's first "Truly Wireless" earphones. They are intended to be a more premium competitor to the Apple AirPods, and it shows in the price. Design: The industrial design on these headphones is the same as almost everything else Bang and Olufsen produce in that it's exquisite. The leather carrying case they come in, also acts as the charging dock and includes a battery that can charge the E8s twice. The 'charcoal sand' colour looks absolutely stunning. Sound: B&O claims to value industrial design and sound quality equally. With the majority of other companies, it appears it's a decision between one or the other. The sound quality from these earphones is simply excellent for a pair of truly wireless earphones. The sound is crisp and detai...