B&O Beoplay H5 review

6/10 AVG.
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Warranty (Months) -
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Size 59 x 71 cm (23.2 x 28 in)
Weight N/A

Critic Reviews


Tools & Toys

Pretty impressive performance

from Tools & Toys

I’m glad I gave the Beoplay H5 a fair shot despite their quirky nature, because they really are terrific earphones. Their sound is rich and clean, they look fantastic, and they’re full of delightful little touches that make owning them a joy. If you can make them fit your ears, they a...More

I’m glad I gave the Beoplay H5 a fair shot despite their quirky nature, because they really are terrific earphones. Their sound is rich and clean, they look fantastic, and they’re full of delightful little touches that make owning them a joy. If you can make them fit your ears, they are some of the best wireless earphones money can buy.

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Techgoondu

Treble sparkles, the mid-range is smooth and natural and the bass remarkably free of bloat

from Techgoondu

There’s no question B&O has created a pair of well-thought out earphones. Balancing style, sound quality and active use is not easy but the Beoplay H5 come across as great multi-purpose earphones.

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There’s no question B&O has created a pair of well-thought out earphones. Balancing style, sound quality and active use is not easy but the Beoplay H5 come across as great multi-purpose earphones.

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Gadgetmac

Simply too expensive considering they don't offer superior sound quality

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Why spend $250 when you can pretty much get the same audio performance and a better secure fit when exercising using less expensive wireless in-ear headphones such as the Jaybird X2 and Freedom? Bang & Olufsen's polished H5 are definitely a nice pair of wireless earbuds, but they weren't desi...More

Why spend $250 when you can pretty much get the same audio performance and a better secure fit when exercising using less expensive wireless in-ear headphones such as the Jaybird X2 and Freedom? Bang & Olufsen's polished H5 are definitely a nice pair of wireless earbuds, but they weren't designed for active lifestyles, have more than a few considerable drawbacks, and are simply too expensive considering they don't offer superior sound quality or any unique, groundbreaking design features that would merit such a high price tag.

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