BeoPlay H7 Over-Ear Wireless Headphones by B&O Play

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  • Overview

    The BeoPlay H7 over-ear Bluetooth headphones give you clear, authentic sound without the cord. Use the intuitive touch interface to answer calls, change songs or adjust the volume and enjoy up to 20 hours of wireless playtime.

    Optimal fit and comfort

    The soft lambskin leather ear cushions with adaptive memory foam ensure you get a headphone that is comfortable enough to wear all day long. At only 280 g, the BeoPlay H7 won't weigh you down.

    Play all day

    The BeoPlay H7 features advanced battery technology with up to 20 hours of wireless playtime. When the headphone runs out of power, simply charge via USB or plug in the cord.

    Intuitive touch

    Control your BeoPlay H7 with just the slightest touch. Use the touch interface to answer a call, change songs or adjust the volume. And it even works when you're wearing gloves.

    Highlights

    Wireless Bang & Olufsen Signature Sound

    Intuitive touch interface allows you to answer calls, change songs or adjust the volume - even with gloves on

    Rechargeable and replaceable battery with up to 20 hours of playtime

    Passive noise isolation

    Comfortable and lightweight with lambskin ear cups and adaptive memory foam

    Premium materials

    Supports APT-X Bluetooth 4.0 and AAC

    Can also be used with the supplied audio cable

    Did You Notice?

    The aluminium intuitive touch interface works even when you wear gloves.

    Apple Recommends For

    Listening to music on your iPhone or iPad wirelessly with Bang & Olufsen's Signature Sound quality.

    What’s in the Box

    BeoPlay H7 Bluetooth Headphones

    Audio cable with 3.5 mm mini-jack

    USB to Micro USB cable for charging and updating

    Carrying pouch

    Quick Start guide

    Tech Specs

    Frequency Response: 20 – 22,000 Hz

    Impedance: 20 Ohm

    Other Features: Wireless

    Form Factor: Over Ear

    Connections: Headphone port, Wireless

    Bluetooth Compatiblity: Bluetooth 4.0

    Drivers: Electro-dynamic 40 mm driver

    Power Source: Battery Power, External power supply, USB

    Batteries: Rechargeable Lithium-Ion

    Battery life: 20 hours

    Charge Time: 2.5 hours

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: 1643026

    UPC or EAN No.: 5705260064063

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  • 4.5 Average
    4 out of 5 stars
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    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Best Value/Performance/Comfort.. and Freedom

      I decided to go wireless because as desk & mobile user I was sick of snagging headphone cords on everything and ripping them out of my ears or the wires out of I decided to go wireless because as desk & mobile user I was sick of snagging headphone cords on everything and ripping them out of my ears or the wires out of the bud. Who hasn't gone to the hardware store, squatted down, then stood up to have their phones ripped out because the cord snagged on your shoe... or whatever... or walking swiftly and the cord snags on a drawer handle... YANK... @#$@#! Or taking off your backpack on BART... YANK. :( No cord? Yes please! The sound isolation is just right for me. Passive isolation allows for some sound to still be heard outside of you... Less likely to not hear someone yelling at you or a car coming toward you as you jam out to _____. I am surprised that the pads don't let much sound come out of the phones though. Perfect balance. The lamb ear pads are sooo comfortable, the only caveat being in hot weather your ears sweat more. No big deal. Pop in my in-ear for a bit. I have never run out of juice with these. They do run for about 20 hours or so. Amazing. I charge about once a week and the battery is replaceable. Thank you B&O. They also can use a cord for use on planes (plane adapter included just in case) or to experience unhindered audio quality if so desired, or in the unlikely event the battery is drained. For everyday audio, I use these with Tidal and they are very good for what they are. As others have stated, the sound is very balanced. You can load lossless files if so desired and listen that way. The only bottleneck being the Bluetooth quality. The H7s are aptX capable, so there are phones that can connect with a higher quality than iPhone. Personally, with Tidal, I have been pretty happy, but could use some more EQ. The bass isn't booming, but it is rich and smooth for what is there. I would still welcome aptX or a new higher quality Bluetooth on iPhone. Touch interface on the right earphone works fairly well once you’re used to it. I use it for volume and skip forward/reverse all the time. Occasionally it will misread pause for a slow volume change. No big deal. Phone calls work fairly well, but for whatever reason, I prefer Apple headphones for that. I like zero isolation when on calls. Very happy with these as a good all-around portable and home based audio solution in a sturdy luxurious form. A Jack(less)-of-all-trades.

      • Written by Ryan R from Los Angeles

      5 of 5 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Best Value/Performance/Comfort.. and Freedom

    • 3.0 out of 5 stars

      Beoplay H7 v. Bose QC35 v. Beats Solo 3

      I had a gift credit to the apple store and was looking for a wireless headphone option. I ultimately chose the H7 for it's excellent sound but there are many c I had a gift credit to the apple store and was looking for a wireless headphone option. I ultimately chose the H7 for it's excellent sound but there are many compromises. If I had to spend my own money, I would not have chosen any of the options that Apple offers but when you have a gift card it's hard not to use it. H7: GOOD: - Sound: of the 3 options, this has the best sound. The Bose has great noise canceling but the sound is the worst. The mid range is compressed and muddy to me. The Beats is 2nd best but the H7 has the best sound signature. Some people have said the Bluetooth is not loud enough. I think it's more that adequate, especially for home listening. - Build quality and design is excellent. The lambskin ear pads are comfortable. I prefer over the ears fit rather than on-ear of Beats. OK - Battery life is comparable at 20hrs. - Connection is reliable w/ BT The BAD: - Touch controls. They are BAD. Tap twice and you redial the last number. Who would use this? It's all too easy to accidentally tap the right ear cup twice and make a call. Also, no siri access VIA headphones. - The price $400 is not a good deal. Despite the H7's flaws, I ultimately wanted a set with the best sound, to be mainly used at home and this fit the bill. I truly wish they fix the touch controls but it's not a deal killer for me since I tend to listen without much skipping. BEATS SOLO 3 Good - connection, battery life, portability OK - sound is not bad, some say too much bass. You can turn it down. Not as good as the H7. BOSE QC35 Good - probably the best noise canceling out there. If that's what you want, then get this. I imagine it would be great for traveling for public commuting. Over the ear is comfortable and the headphones are light. OK - battery life is average. Build quality is plasticky The BAD - many people would not agree with me but I think the soundstage is not good. Just play an acoustic jazz track and you can hear the difference between this and the H7. The mid-range is harsh and compressed. You may not notice this until you compare it with a better headphone. For most people, it may not matter. These headphones would be best in loud environments where ANC is more important than hi-fidelity close listening.

      • Written by Duy T from Portland

      3 of 3 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Beoplay H7 v. Bose QC35 v. Beats Solo 3

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Clear sound and long battery life

      The headphones are great. A bit pricey but the sound is clear. The deep bass can be activated through the app from B&O, so they can be used for every type of mu The headphones are great. A bit pricey but the sound is clear. The deep bass can be activated through the app from B&O, so they can be used for every type of music.

      • Written by Simon H from Varde

      3 of 3 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Clear sound and long battery life

    • 3.0 out of 5 stars

      Beoplay H7 v. Bose QC35 v. Beats Solo 3

      I had a gift credit to the apple store and was looking for a wireless headphone option. I ultimately chose the H7 for it's excellent sound but there are many c I had a gift credit to the apple store and was looking for a wireless headphone option. I ultimately chose the H7 for it's excellent sound but there are many compromises. If I had to spend my own money, I would not have chosen any of the options that Apple offers but when you have a gift card it's hard not to use it. H7: GOOD: - Sound: of the 3 options, this has the best sound. The Bose has great noise canceling but the sound is the worst. The mid range is compressed and muddy to me. The Beats is 2nd best but the H7 has the best sound signature. Some people have said the Bluetooth is not loud enough. I think it's more that adequate, especially for home listening. - Build quality and design is excellent. The lambskin ear pads are comfortable. I prefer over the ears fit rather than on-ear of Beats. OK - Battery life is comparable at 20hrs. - Connection is reliable w/ BT The BAD: - Touch controls. They are BAD. Tap twice and you redial the last number. Who would use this? It's all too easy to accidentally tap the right ear cup twice and make a call. Also, no siri access VIA headphones. - The price $400 is not a good deal. Despite the H7's flaws, I ultimately wanted a set with the best sound, to be mainly used at home and this fit the bill. I truly wish they fix the touch controls but it's not a deal killer for me since I tend to listen without much skipping. BEATS SOLO 3 Good - connection, battery life, portability OK - sound is not bad, some say too much bass. You can turn it down. Not as good as the H7. BOSE QC35 Good - probably the best noise canceling out there. If that's what you want, then get this. I imagine it would be great for traveling for public commuting. Over the ear is comfortable and the headphones are light. OK - battery life is average. Build quality is plasticky The BAD - many people would not agree with me but I think the soundstage is not good. Just play an acoustic jazz track and you can hear the difference between this and the H7. The mid-range is harsh and compressed. You may not notice this until you compare it with a better headphone. For most people, it may not matter. These headphones would be best in loud environments where ANC is more important than hi-fidelity close listening.

      • Written by Duy T from Portland

      3 of 3 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Beoplay H7 v. Bose QC35 v. Beats Solo 3

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Best Value/Performance/Comfort.. and Freedom

      I decided to go wireless because as desk & mobile user I was sick of snagging headphone cords on everything and ripping them out of my ears or the wires out of I decided to go wireless because as desk & mobile user I was sick of snagging headphone cords on everything and ripping them out of my ears or the wires out of the bud. Who hasn't gone to the hardware store, squatted down, then stood up to have their phones ripped out because the cord snagged on your shoe... or whatever... or walking swiftly and the cord snags on a drawer handle... YANK... @#$@#! Or taking off your backpack on BART... YANK. :( No cord? Yes please! The sound isolation is just right for me. Passive isolation allows for some sound to still be heard outside of you... Less likely to not hear someone yelling at you or a car coming toward you as you jam out to _____. I am surprised that the pads don't let much sound come out of the phones though. Perfect balance. The lamb ear pads are sooo comfortable, the only caveat being in hot weather your ears sweat more. No big deal. Pop in my in-ear for a bit. I have never run out of juice with these. They do run for about 20 hours or so. Amazing. I charge about once a week and the battery is replaceable. Thank you B&O. They also can use a cord for use on planes (plane adapter included just in case) or to experience unhindered audio quality if so desired, or in the unlikely event the battery is drained. For everyday audio, I use these with Tidal and they are very good for what they are. As others have stated, the sound is very balanced. You can load lossless files if so desired and listen that way. The only bottleneck being the Bluetooth quality. The H7s are aptX capable, so there are phones that can connect with a higher quality than iPhone. Personally, with Tidal, I have been pretty happy, but could use some more EQ. The bass isn't booming, but it is rich and smooth for what is there. I would still welcome aptX or a new higher quality Bluetooth on iPhone. Touch interface on the right earphone works fairly well once you’re used to it. I use it for volume and skip forward/reverse all the time. Occasionally it will misread pause for a slow volume change. No big deal. Phone calls work fairly well, but for whatever reason, I prefer Apple headphones for that. I like zero isolation when on calls. Very happy with these as a good all-around portable and home based audio solution in a sturdy luxurious form. A Jack(less)-of-all-trades.

      • Written by Ryan R from Los Angeles

      5 of 5 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Best Value/Performance/Comfort.. and Freedom

    • 5.0 out of 5 stars

      Clear sound and long battery life

      The headphones are great. A bit pricey but the sound is clear. The deep bass can be activated through the app from B&O, so they can be used for every type of mu The headphones are great. A bit pricey but the sound is clear. The deep bass can be activated through the app from B&O, so they can be used for every type of music.

      • Written by Simon H from Varde

      3 of 3 people found this useful

      Is this review useful?Clear sound and long battery life

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