Bang & Olufsen H95 headphones are targeted at discerning listeners
Bang & Olufsen is renowned for making exceptional headphones and its new H95 range looks set to continue the tradition. Although an over-ear type, the H95 are quite compact and are even collapsible making them well-suited for commutes as well as general purpose listening. The new headphones are also precision machined from aluminum and feature soft lambskin ear cushions.
The limited edition H95 headphones feature two 40 mm titanium drivers with neodymium magnets tailored to improve sound precision and increase low frequency response. B&Os proprietary digital signal process (DSP) engine also helps further enhance the overall listening experience. Capping things off, the headphones also feature adaptive active noise cancellation that automatically adjust to the wearer’s surroundings.
The B&O H95 headphones deliver 38 hours of continuous playback with ANC on while they weigh in at 323 grams. They come with a carrying case that is a rather robust 500 grams, but it will ensure the H95s are well-protected when not in use. Connectivity is provided by Bluetooth 5.1 with codec support including SBC, AAC and aptX Adaptive. The H95 headphones are also certified for Google Fast Pair, Microsoft Swift Pair and Made for iPhone.
The B&O H95 headphones are retailing for EUR 800 and come in either black or white colors.