|商品尺寸||6.6 x 2.79 x 4.83 cm; 68.04 克|
|包装清单||可更换耳塞, 无线充电盒, 快速入門指南(不一定有中文版), Beoplay EX True 无线耳机, 快速入门指南, USB-C 充电线|
|功能用途||包含麦克风, 防汗, 消除噪声, 轻巧|
|制造商||Bang & Olufsen|
|材质||塑料 阳极氧化铝 塑料。 硅胶 玻璃|
Bang & Olufsen Beoplay EX - 无线蓝牙耳机,带麦克风和主动降噪,防水,20 小时播放时间
Bang & Olufsen Beoplay EX - Wireless Bluetooth Earphones with Microphone and Active Noise Cancelling, Waterproof, 20 Hours of Playtime
- 灵魂 – 激动声音:精细调音,让您移动自如。
- 精密工艺:简洁的线条和优质材料,由 Bang & Olufsen 工程师精心制作。
- 防水耳塞:使用 IP57 级防水耳机进行锻炼、越野探险或在雨中散步。
- LOSE YOURSELF IN THE MUSIC: With adaptive active noise cancellation, you can tune out of your surroundings.
- SOUL–STIRRING SOUND: Finely tuned acoustics for music that moves you.
- CLEAR CALLS: Be heard, with beamforming microphones that cut out background noise.
- PRECISION CRAFTSMANSHIP: Clean lines and premium materials crafted by Bang & Olufsen engineers.
- WATERPROOF EARBUDS: Workout, explore off road or take a stroll in the rain with IP57 rated waterproof earphones.
充满灵魂的声音,适合任何耳朵。 这款无线耳机采用精致的人体工程学设计,佩戴舒适,轻便,可全天佩戴。 在早晨通勤放松或在下一次长途飞行中保持娱乐 – Beoplay EX 将带您到任何地方。 立即连接到您的音乐 – 这些蓝牙耳机可以同时记住多达 8 个不同的设备。 您甚至可以同时连接两个设备。 使用真正的无线耳塞自由移动。 一流的主动降噪技术意味着您可以使用 Transparency 模式减少背景噪音或调整周围环境。 通过直观的触摸控制,让您掌握整个体验。 探索深沉而强劲的高分辨率声音,低延迟 — 看电视或接听电话,自信您在发生的动作时听到。 由于 6 个全向麦克风定位来接听您的声音,您的通话也很清晰。 可调节 Own 语音技术,让您确保每次通话都能完美平衡。 安全贴合,让您行动自如 – 无论是散步、慢跑还是跳跃,光滑的轮廓都能确保绝对的稳定性。 从 4 种不同尺寸中选择您自己的软耳鳍,确保安全的运动体验。 Beoplay EX 凭借其 IP57 级构造质量,即使在户外下雨时也能让您的音乐熠生辉。 这意味着在长达 1 米的水中保护 30 分钟。 它还可防止灰尘 – 非常适合越野冒险。 即使下雨也能出汗或上路。 轻巧精美制作的铝制充电盒,让您在旅途中保持电源。 只需 1.5 小时即可充满电,主动降噪可持续 6 小时或不使用 8 小时。 或者在 20 分钟的快速充值下享受接近 2 小时的游戏。 Beoplay EX 和充电盒之间,可享受 20 小时的音乐、通话等。 每隔几周无线充电一次,以获得最佳性能 – 通过无线 Qi 充电完全充电仅需 2.5 小时。 具有先进的功能和最好的声学 —— 更接近你喜欢的艺术家。
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First the good, yes the sound quality on the EX's is great, exceptional even. Details you've been missing suddenly pop, string plucks, reverb of the room, the warmth of the bass... it's subtle but it's all there.
These are meant to compete with the AirPod Pros so similar q-tip/ pencil styling is provided for already accustomed iPhone users. Android users who prefer more subtle and elegant round buds may still find the EX acceptable in its styling.
Premium materials abound from glass in the touch sensors to comply foam tips included to an excellent case that feels sturdy and solid. I really like the easy "boop boop" noise they make when connecting to your device vs announcing "bluetooth connected" every time. ANC is good, nowhere near as good as the XM4's but better than most. There are 3 modes here that you can cycle through, from full transparent to active ANC.
This is really where the positives stop and the problems begin. The B&O app is fine, nothing special and you are annoyingly required to create an account before you can do anything. Location tracking is REQUIRED or the app will not connect to your buds, this is egregious as there isn't a single location related feature here, just greedy data grabbing by B&O. Customization is extremely minimalistic and provides only the basics for ANC and listening mode, which is their non-traditional EQ. Here they give you a round dial that you can slide a button around to find your personal sweet spot be that "warm" or "energetic"; A bit of a disappointing dumb down though you will be able to find what you like.
I experienced strange random disconnects while listening to music with the phone in my pocket, similar to when you've walked out of bluetooth range. I've never experienced this on any other earbud and here it happened repeatedly.
Call quality is decent but the initial connection can be really buggy. For example, call comes in, you answer and put on phone speaker, you then decide you want to switch to your new $400 EX buds so pop one in. Instead of the call transferring seamlessly and instantly, like on the XM4's (or literally any other bud), you get a few seconds of limbo where the buds appear to connect yet you can't hear anything, switch back to speaker, apologize to your caller, then magically they connect and your call continues on the EX's. I really hate this and it happens over and over again. These 2 things alone are deal breakers and enough reason to return.
Multipoint, while a cool feature, is nothing but pain here. If you connect, say, to both your phone and laptop or PC via bluetooth, the EX's will connect to both and then play the audio of whichever device is broadcasting at any particular moment. The problem then is that if the other device issues a notification you will get sound drop silence on the EX's interrupting the primary audio and you won't hear the notification either. Just a moment of dead air until the primary stream picks up again. The only way around this is to disable bluetooth on either device or manually disconnect from bluetooth which defeats the purpose entirely!
Another problem is the touch sensors via the glass circles. You have to press precisely and exactly in these little circles or nothing happens. I hate touch sensors generally, on the XM4's as well, and much prefer a haptic button like on the Jabra buds. Double presses go missed most often where I try to skip a track yet it pauses instead. So you wind up in play/ pause, no, play/pause, no, skip... arg, finally!
Something else worth noting is that I found the EX's to provide no greater comfort than any other earbud I've owned. After a long session your ears will ache and this isn't due to the tips either, it's the round plastic bits shrouding the drivers that press against your ear cartilage.
So the EX's fail at most pretty basic operational features which is unacceptable at the highest price in this segment. These should be near perfect, but they are not. I found using my XM4's more enjoyable, more predictable and while also not perfect, they just work better at the basics like calls and seamless audio.
-Excellent musical sound quality
-Premium materials and construction
-High quality wireless charge case with good battery life
-High cost that should provide perfection, yet falls WAY short
-The app has 2 options: ANC and listening mode, very limited customization
-Account creation and location access required before you can even connect to your earbuds
-Random music drops/ disconnects with phone in pocket
-Problematic BT connection during calls
-Multipoint works but is basically a gimmick that provides more problems than benefits
-Touch sensors are finnicky and require very careful & exact touches
-Long sessions are as uncomfortable as any other earbud, no improvement here
Update: The sound is on another level but I have become aware that it is not just the EXs that make this happen. You need a good source, a good speaker, and a way to get the source to the speaker. Bang & Olufsen offers all three with this package. With the EX they provided a 30-day trial to Deezer. This allows me to stream high-fidelity music giving me a clean source to start with. The EXs speakers/drivers (whatever, I’m not a speaker guy) are like nothing I’ve ever heard. But most people miss the part about how the music gets from the device to the speaker. Bluetooth can inhibit the flow but with Qualcoms’ aptX enabled the floodgates are opened and your music is allowed to reach the EXs uninterrupted (again, I’m not a speaker guy and these analogies are just my non-technical bs). It works. It works in a way that has brought my music to life. Old music is new. Can you put a price on that?
Cons: ANC isn’t great. Why do they want me to hear more wind noise when enabled?
Pros: Sound. Build. Controls. Fit. Waterproof. Microphone. Warranty.
Final thoughts: I ended up with these earphones after my partner loaned me her pair of first gen AirPods. I fell in love. They were magical the first time I used them and I've needed a pair of earbuds ever since. I was really excited about the Pixel Bud Pros and pre-ordered them. IMO the design doesn't work for two reasons, fit and microphone. The microphone basically didn't work so I sent them back and got myself a pair of AirPod Pros. I was convinced that I was in earphone heaven again, but as I walked out of the store and tried to turn up the volume I realized they lacked swipe controls. I was deflated. Something had to be available that fit my desires. Enter the EXs. Are they perfect? No. Are they incredible? Yes. I use them all the time.
About HiFi/Hi-res music…Try it! Enable it in Apple Music, try Tidal, try Deezer, or any other HiFi streaming service. Try it on different speakers and in different places (try your car). You will notice a difference that I wasn't aware of until now. I am keeping Deezer because of their EU approach to privacy. I don't feel like I'm being watched when I use their service.
My Teams meetings are more sufferable as I am confident that my coworkers will be able to hear me when I speak and I am always able to clearly hear them.
Most importantly, I am excited to listen to my music. I keep thinking of songs and artists who build great soundscapes for me to surf. The EXs have given me a new appreciation for some artists while I have come to judge others as amateurs. Being able to distinguish the subtleties of every song is a gift that I am happy I gave myself and that I should be able to continue to enjoy for years to come.