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B&O 1643874 PLAY Beoplay H4 Wireless Bluetooth Over-ear Headphones, Charcoal Gray
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- Wireless Bang & Olufsen Signature Sound
- Clean lines, minimalist expression
- Up to 19 hours of battery life
- Authentic, honest materials – leather, aluminum and steel
- Magnetic earphones click together around your neck, so Beoplay H5 is always handy
- 2 Years International Warranty
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Wireless, over-ear headphones with a focus on pure essentials – featuring Bang & Olufsen Signature Sound, authentic materials and up to 19 hours of playtime. Ideal for music on the go, Beoplay H4 are both expressive and contemporary. The materials are honest, simple and true: leather, aluminum and steel, all carefully selected for comfort and fit. The sound is precise and clear, delivering music the way the artist intended it to be heard. And with its generous battery life, H4 lets you stay on the move and enjoy beautiful music for longer.
Beoplay H4 headphones, Audio cable with 3.5 mm mini-jack, USB to Micro USB cable for charging, Quick Start guide
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These H4s are the best ones I found under $300.
I considered the following:
Bose QuietComfort 35 (Series II)
I also tried multiple cheaper headphones like Avantree 40 and Symphonized Headphones. They were exactly that - cheap - mediocre materials and average sound. In this same class are the AUSDOM headphones I already owned, which were also not comfortable when wearing for hours (the reason to start the search).
Unfortunately, these cheap headphones get high ratings on Amazon, because most people are just looking for cheap headphones that sound OK. That makes it difficult for those of us really interested in sound.
The B&O H8s, which are almost identically constructed, simply didn't sound as good to me as the H4s, which is fine, as the H8's are $100 more.
The Bose phones were the most comfortable of all the phones I tried. They're light and fit nicely over the ears. However, the H4s sound slightly better, believe it or not. I was surprised. Fortunately, I was able to get my own tunes hooked up to both for an apples to apples comparison. The H4s performing better worked out well for me, as I was able to get the H4s $100 cheaper than the Bose phones. :)
The JBLs sounded great and were fairly comfortable. While they appeared to be sturdy, they apparently have a circuitry defect per multiple Amazon reviews.
The Sony MDR1000X/B phones sounded good. In fact, I saw a recent article that suggests they have surpassed the Bose phones as the best ANC phones available. However, I did not get them because a) they were not quite as comfortable as the H4s and b) they didn't sound quite as good as the H4s (or Bose) to me.
The Sony XB950N1 phones were some of the most comfortable (light and not tight on the head). As well, they have good bass, as advertised. However, the sound was a tad bit muddier than the H4s. For the price/performance, if I hadn't gotten the H4s, I would have gotten these.
As other reviews suggest, the H4s don't have Active Noise Cancelling. However, they block out more sound than most headphones I've ever had.
The H4s were the third most comfortable phones I looked at (Bose were #1 and XB950N1 #2).
The sound quality on the H4s was the best of the phones I looked at. (Bose was #2.)
The construction of the H4s is the best of the phones I looked at - very solid. In fact, a bit too heavy for some people's tastes, but fine by me.
The bass on the H4s is definitely there. You just have to make sure you can tweak the sound on whatever player you use, because out of the box the H4s are not as bass-heavy as some prefer.
Note that price was a tertiary consideration for me. Amazon has some killer deals on phones that are refurbished or slightly used. I was able to get some practically brand new H4s for about $80 cheaper than new ones.
The only issue is they're falling completely apart. I wear my headphones daily, and these have not held up. As you can see in the photo, one arm has completely dislocated. I can shove it back into place, but this means the headphones are not longer adjustable at all. Not pictured in the photo is that the leather along the headband is also starting to thin and wear out. Part of the appeal of these headphones was that they look good- if you're a daily wearer having a less ugly pair of headphones is great- but they don't anymore.
Very disappointing for their price and the investment I made in them.
Unfortunately the ear-cups have already started to RIP after normal use.. terrible quality. Also, the sliding band doesn't hold properly. Avoid at all costs! Shame because the sound quality is great.