Maybe you missed out on the free B&O Beoplay H3 headphones that T-Mobile was handing out with the LG V20 and maybe the Beoplay H6 isnít to your liking. If thatís the case, check out the new B&O Beoplay H4 cans.
Using the dedicated Beoplay app, you can adjust the tonality and sound staging of these over the ear headphones. The app is available for the Apple Watch as well as smartphones (iOS and Android). If you donít want to use Bluetooth (v4.2, AAC codec is supported) then you can use your phone's 3.5mm headphone jack (a 1.2m/4ft long cable is supplied in the box).
The Beoplay H4 were designed by Jakob Wagner, who also did the H6 and H3, among other things. The posh design includes lambskin leather for the headband and earcups, which are filled with memory foam, by the way. Finishing the look are polished and anodized aluminum elements.
The headphones pack 40mm drivers with a 20-20,000Hz frequency response. They weigh a hefty 235g and their 600mAh battery promises up to 19 hours of playback time over Bluetooth (it takes 2.5 hours to charge them back up). There are three control buttons on the headphones and one omnidirectional microphone.
One last thing - price. A pair of B&O Beoplay H4 cans will set you back $300/Ä250. That matches the US price of the H6, but the H6 will set you back Ä300 in Europe. The H6 lacks Bluetooth, however, you needed the $400/Ä400 H7 if you wanted wireless playback.
Samsung Note 3/4/5 S6/7/8 wouldnt have such problem
Lately Sony phones are not driving enough sound quality. GF haves an M2, dad got an M4 and both complain about poor quality and lack of volume.
60¬Ä...max 70¬Ä...I would not pay more than that for these, and I would be surprised if they are worth more than that.