Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay Form 2i on-Ear Headphones £44.99 -  IWantOneOfThose
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Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay Form 2i on-Ear Headphones £44.99 - IWantOneOfThose

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Found 6th Feb
I don't own a pair of these but it seemed like a good deal to me. I have no idea if they are any good but came up on my email. Personally these are a bit like marmite you either will like them or not. They have relatively good reviews.

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Lightweight and ergonomic retro chic designed headphone.

Sound Impressive and honest

Whether you’re cruising through the city on your bike – or chilling in the park listening to the latest tunes, Form 2i is a great companion. It delivers an impressive and honest sound performance. The soundstage is well-defined – it’s a combination of a good bass, a focused middle and precise highs. The ambition is simple: To bring you sound the way the artists intended it – with no tweaks or over-emphasized bass.

Comfort Lightweight, wear all day

The light weight of Form 2i combined with its comfortable fit makes the headphones extremely pleasant to wear – even for that 3 hour long DJ-set you just discovered online.

Design A timeless icon

FORM 2i was designed over 30 years ago by renowned designer Steve McGugan. The headphones have a light and slick feel to them and represent Scandinavian minimalism at its finest. They weigh in at featherweight 86 grams making them perfect for long term wear.

On show Museum Of Modern Art (MOMA)

In 1992, Form 2i t was included in the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York. Today it’s the longest living headphone in the world – and widely considered a true design icon. While we’re really proud to have them displayed in a museum and hailed as a piece of art, we’d much rather see you with them on.

Remote Total control

The microphone and remote are aptly placed on the cord just below youR cheek – giving you total control of your phone with a single touch or two. Quite handy when you’re on the go.

Features:

  • Inline remote and microphone
  • Light weight and comfortable fit
  • High quality sound
  • Premium durable materials
Specifications:

  • Dimensions: 156 mm x 157 mm x 40 mm / 6.1 x 6.2 x 1.6 in
  • Weight: 90 g / 3.17 oz
  • Headphone Principle: Dynamic, semi open
  • Frequency Range: 0 Hz ~ 21000 Hz
  • Colours: Black, White, Red, Green, Blue, Grey
  • Designer: Steve McGugan
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Ordered , colour is a bit naff but great reviews. Camelcamel has them at £110 once upon a time.
Forget what they look like and who the manufacturer is, whats the sound quality like?
Excellent reviews on amazon.
I have a pair of these and although the sound is good i find them uncomfortable on the ears after about 40mins as you cannot adjust the tension in the top part of the plastic band. Tried all positions and still uncomfortable. Recommend you try them on for an hour before you decide to keep them.
For the price these are pretty good, especially if you like the design. Noise isolation is not good and they leak sound at higher volume levels.
Cheaper at Hi-FI Serious.
I have given these a miss and I for some strange reason I can't fathom myself collect headphones. B&O are to much in to design and not enough into function. these are very flilmsy and break easily and the foam rots. The mark one rotted so badly they had a life span of only one year before needing replacement and B&O no longer make pads for those and neither does anyone else so they are basiclally Junk. The second version will probably go the same way soon. Spend your money on something by AKG if you want a new pair of cans. They are the best value cans you can get for your money.
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