Bang & Olufsen has launched a limited edition Beoplay E8 that comes in all white and all black design.

As part of the fast selling B&O PLAY series, the Beoplay E8 All-White and Beoplay E8 All-Black wireless earbuds are the first two colours of the E8 Special Edition Collection announced this year.

B&O said that the new colours draw “on the monochrome philosophy of black and white, which represents the synergy of contrast and the way seemingly opporsite forces are interconnected in their duality.”

What you need to know about the Beoplay E8

The Beoplay E8 is splash and dust resistant. It sports an audio-transparency feature called Transparency Mode, which allows users to tune into their surroundings easily.

The Transparency Mode, along with music controls, taking calls and voice commands can be controlled by the intuitive touch interface on the earphones, which allows you convenience wherever you go without having to lift up your smartphone.

One full charge for the Beoplay E8 can last up to four hours of music and with the leather charging case that comes along with you, you can get two additional charges i.e. +8 hours of music entertainment on the go.

Although wireless earbuds are yet to overtake the likes of wired earpieces in terms of audio quality, Bang & Olufsen has poured in hard work to Ensure the Beoplay E8 projects ”a rich, full-bodied and precise soundstage.“

Pricing and availability

Beoplay E8 All White and Beoplay E8 All Black retail for S$429. Included with the headphones are a premium leather charging case, five ear tips and charging cable.

Both colors will be available at, selected Bang & Olufsen stores and selected retailers. In Singapore, Beoplay E8 All White and Beoplay E8 All Black will be available starting March 1 at Bang & Olufsen stores at Grand Hyatt and Takashimaya, as well as at TANGS at Tangs Plaza.

Pre-orders starts now at and the Bang & Olufsen store at Grand Hyatt.

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