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B&O Beoplay H9 wireless headphones in UK with limited availability

If you have been on the lookout for a new pair of wireless Active Noise Cancellation headphones with uncompromising sound, then Bang & Olufsen has the answer with the release of their new B&O Beoplay H9 wireless headphones.

More people are starting to ditch the wire, and even more so since the release of the iPhone 7. However, we know that the choice has not been as good as it could be, although we have now started to see the headphone industry react to this changing market – very suspicious timing right before Christmas.


Looking at the design of these new headphones you would be mistaken for thinking they look very similar to the H7, which were also wireless, although the biggest change between the two is that the former has active noise-cancellation technology, whereas the latter makes use of passive noise-cancellation.

In terms of features these are of a lightweight design and made from a robust material. The intuitive aluminium touch interface allows you to just touch the H9 headphones to control your music and calls, and they offer up to 14 hours of playback.

As for availability, you are able to purchase them right now in the UK direct from Beoplay for £449 and come in a choice of two colours, and these are Argilla Grey and Black. Amazon UK is to also sell these headphones at the same price, so handy if you have anything else to order from the online retailer – although they state they will not be available until December 19, 2016.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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