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Bang and Olufsen Limited Edition BeoPlay H6 Headphones - Blue

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  • Clear, forceful and detailed sound experience
  • Carefully selected materials that age with beauty
  • Adjustable, ergonomic and comfortable enough to wear all day.
  • Daisy chain functionality for easy music sharing
  • Inline remote and microphone
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 19.7 x 19.7 x 4 cm ; 231 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 839 g
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  • Item model number: 1642010
  • Date first available at 26 May 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (117 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Product Description

BeoPlay H6 limited Edition by Bang & Olufsen

The limited edition BeoPlay H6 has been produced in a brand new dark blue color with the creative artwork from leading street artist Ricardo Akn on the inside of the headband. B&O PLAY has been handpicked to be a part of the "Capsule collection", which is a collection containing co-branded, limited edition items that feature the special artwork of leading street artists. This is the H6 as we know them - but topped with a new colour and edgy, yet subtle details that keep the products as iconic and timeless as you'd expect from B&O PLAY.

Built on core values of craftsmanship and technology. Bang & Olufsen introduced their first headphone, U70, back in 1978. Not many audio manufacturers can claim that many years of experience on the market. This means that principles introduced nearly four decades ago have been refined and developed further ever since. Finished in aluminium and leather, the Bang & Olufsen H6 on-ear headphones stand out with their luxury styling and extreme comfort - Designed by Jakob Wagner. Matched twin 40mm drivers supply the sound and are tuned for balanced playback across their range.

B&O PLAY Functionality

The inline microphone and three button remote make it simple to stay in touch and in control of your music while on the move. BeoPlay H6 has a bass port which optimizes the bass performance and the drivers are slightly angled to get the best distance and sound direction into the ears. H6 headphones also support daisy chaining that allows a friend to connect and share your listening experience. The H6 headphones also allow the cord to be plugged into either the left or right for added ease of use.

Best in Class Audio Performance

To get the best possible sound experience, B&O PLAY conducted extensive studies in the shape and curves of the human ear to find suitable geometries that minimize sound leakage and reveal all the fine details in the music at any given volume level. BeoPlay H6 offers a truly natural and authentic sound performance with focus on a clear midrange with a balanced bass and treble performance. Includes a 40 mm custom designed driver with a neodymium magnet in a closed headphone design.

Full Usage with Superb Design Carefully selected high quality materials like leather and aluminium make Beoplay H6 comfortable to wear and bring a sense of everyday luxury. Also, every day wear and tear merely adds patina, and makes BeoPlay H6 age beautifully. The softness of the lambskin on the ear pads is the first thing you’ll notice, when you put on BeoPlay H6. When you wear the headphone, the memory foam inside the ear pads adapts ensuring great comfort. The head band needs to be durable and age with grace. Therefore, we have chosen cow leather, that gains patina and personality when worn.

Get Connected

1.2m Cord

230g total weight

Sound Isolation

Headphone bag included

Use with iPod and iPhone

Box Contains

H6 Limited Edition

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By inky on 30 Aug. 2014
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I'd been looking at B&O's H6 headphones for some time. Looking, but didn't really have any intention of spending £330 on them. Unfortunately, they seem to hold their value reasonably well so there didn't seem much chance of picking up a genuine pair going cheap. That's until I stumbled across these. The only difference between these and the £330 H6s is the colour scheme. These seem to be some sort of design partnership between a 'leading street artist', Pepsi Co and B&O. Initially, I wasn't sure about the design on the inside of the headband, however, when on your head it isn't particularly evident. And you'll be too distracted by the sumptuous sound quality to care!
These are around ear headphones and the build quality (and materials used) is top quality. The sound is also superb, they don't have the annoying Bass-bias that seems so popular everywhere these days. They come with a removable 3.5mm headphone cable that can be plugged into either the left or right headphone. The supplied cable also has an inline remote for apple devices.
The headphones also feel extremely comfortable to wear, I'll usually listen to an album in one sitting and have absolutely no complaints. They're just right for size and weight.
The only points I'll mark them down on are (a) the case supplied is one of those cloth bags, for the RRP I'm surprised they didn't provide a better carry case (b) the 1.2m cable is a bit short for home listening, again for the price, I'm surprised there wasn't a longer cable supplied as well.
If you can pick these up at a fraction of the £330 RRP, I'd thoroughly recommend.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By ThorNogson on 3 Sept. 2014
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These are excellent headphones for the money. I was looking for a new pair of headphones at around £150-£200 and was considering ones from AKG and Grado etc. but then found these at the special price. Only difference to the more expensive versions of the H6 is the colour ( which is okay actually, a rather dull blue) and a small Pepsi logo on the inside of the headphone band. Sound wise these are very clear headphones, good treble and midrange and a strong but not overpowering, bass (too lite if you are into the Ibiza / Beats sound). A definite step up from ones I have listened to around £200-£300. They are put together very well and extremely comfortable to wear. I use them with an ipad and ipod where the short provided lead works well, and with my hifi where I use a longer male to male lead which fits nicely, directly into the headphones. I use Apple Lossless compression but suspect they will work well with more lossy compression rates. Not sure I could justify buying these at full price although the sound they provide is well worth it (B&O are still selling this model at the full price on their website) but for £170 odd they are an absolute bargain. Three year warranty from B&O as well.

Very good service buying direct from the seller - arrived two days after ordered in perfect condition (with free delivery)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By BB on 24 Dec. 2014
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Great buy. Looks good, build quality is very good and most importantly they really deliver the music (and without excessive bass).

These headphones can really deliver so hook them up to a good source ie. if you plan on using them with a PC then you and the headphones deserve the use of a good connection and not just the build in headphone connection. Get something like the HRT Microstreamer.

It is a bit annoying that while the cable is detachable and normal 3.5mm mini-jack only a few cables out there will fit due to the very narrow hole on the headphones. However considering many headphones doesn't even allow for cable replacement in the first place it is a small thing. On the plus side cable wise it should be mentioned that there is a connection on either side so one can plug in the cable on the left or right depending on what is most convenient.

I bought these for use at the office, but I'm now considering getting a pair for home use as well.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Tom Hughes on 16 Dec. 2014
These headphones were a bit of a gamble as I bought them at a discounted price but I decided that the B&O name was enough to make it worth taking. I have not been let down, as these are the finest headphones money can surely buy.

I had been looking at numerous high end headphones for ages but they all demanded a compromise. Dr Dre Beats are only good for modern, bass driven music and grow tiresome after a few songs. Bose offer good sonic clarity, but poor build quality and design that harks back to 1980 VCR design. The best compromise were Bower and Wilkins P7s, but I felt these felt too flat for rock driven anthems.

These are the best all-rounders. The sound is incredible, the detail is breath-taking and even with highly detailed music from the likes of Muse or the new Julian Casablancas album, each instrument can be heard distinctly. It is like listening through a very high end stereo speaker, as the sound is not in anyway condensed and is layered in a way that provides depth beyond a mere headphone.

The biggest treat is vocal clarity, with the tones of Jim Morrison, Matt Monroe, Freddie Mercury and Sinatra given a crisp, newly recorded quality to their delivery. My neighbours are delighted at this development as I am starting to prefer headphones to my Bower and Wilkins standing speakers. I would previously never have dreamt over using such delivery for music in my own home.

It is claimed they do not have noise reduction. Well, they insulate my working environment perfectly and even when confronted with busy streets, they completely isolate you from the world.

Build quality is as good as anyone could expect from B&O with smooth headband size expanders gliding with a smooth weighted action.
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