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BANG & OLUFSEN Beoplay E8 3rd Generation Truly Wireless Bluetooth in Ear Earphone with Mic (Grey Mist)

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Grey Mist
Brand Bang & Olufsen
Model Name Bang & Olufsen Beoplay E8 3rd Generation
Colour Grey Mist
Form Factor In Ear
Connectivity Technology Wireless

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  • UP TO 35 HOURS OF PLAYTIME Beoplay E8 3rd Gen deliver market leading battery performance With 7 hours of play time from the earphones and an additional four charges in the case Beoplay E8 3rd Gen provide up to 35 hours* of play time at moderate listening levels
  • WIRELESS CHARGING LEATHER CASE The crafted leather carrying case has been designed so you can take Beoplay E8 3rd Gen easily with you all day and charge them on the go The earphones fit perfectly into the case with a secure magnetic click and will recharge with up to 35 hours of play time
  • BANG & OLUFSEN SIGNATURE SOUND Tuned by acclaimed Bang & Olufsen sound engineers for an authentic sound experience Transparency mode lets you tune into your surroundings and let the world in with one quick gesture
  • BLUETOOTH 5 1 With the latest generation technology from Qualcomm and Bluetooth 5 1 Beoplay E8 3 rd Gen offer a fast and flawless wireless experience while the battery consumption is kept at a minimum AAC and Qualcomm aptX codecs ensure pure and clear wireless sound on all iPhone and Android devices
  • COMPACT ERGONOMIC DESIGN With Beoplay E8 3 rd Gen a key focus has been to create a better fit for a variety of ear shapes and sizes The more compact size allow Beoplay E8 3 rd Gen to fit even smaller ears and feel less intrusive
  • Included Components: Quick Start Guide
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Visible screen diagonal

5" / 13 cm

What is in the box?

  • Charging Case
  • USB Charging Cable
  • 4 pairs of silicone tips (XS, X, M, L), Comply foam tips
  • Quick Start Guide

  • From the manufacturer


    More compact, more powerful

    These high-tech earphones are equipped to deliver Bang & Olufsen Signature Sound for big audio in a compact package. More powerful than ever before, these wireless earbuds boast 35 hours of playtime when combined with a fully charged case. The luxurious design is supported by technological innovation, like Bluetooth 5.1 for faster, more efficient and reliable connections.

    • Comfortable, ergonomic design
    • Reliable Bluetooth 5.1 connection
    • Powerful battery with 35 hours playtime


    A perfect fit

    The ergonomic inner shape ensures comfortable long-term wear.


    Bang & Olufsen transforms your listening experience with better sound and acoustic performance wherever you are with in-home music systems, portable speakers and headphones that integrate seamlessly into everyday life.

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    Cable Feature Without Cable Without Cable Without Cable Without Cable Without Cable
    Color Grey Mist Oxygen Blue Black Black Anthracite Triple Black
    Connectivity Technology Wireless Wireless Wireless Bluetooth Wireless
    Headphones Form Factor In Ear In Ear In Ear In Ear In Ear
    Item Weight 6 grams 67.8 grams 57 grams 68.04 grams 9 grams

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    Customer reviews

    3.9 out of 5 stars
    3.9 out of 5
    1,123 global ratings

    Top reviews from India

    Reviewed in India 🇮🇳 on 12 September 2021
    Colour: GOLD TONEVerified Purchase
    6 people found this helpful
    Reviewed in India 🇮🇳 on 30 January 2021
    Colour: Grey Mist
    7 people found this helpful

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    3.0 out of 5 stars B&O... königsklasse ... würde man meinen ... aber da geht viel mehr ... !
    Reviewed in Germany 🇩🇪 on 15 February 2020
    Colour: Gen BlackVerified Purchase
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    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on 23 April 2020
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    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on 23 April 2020

    I have experienced pairing issues with my E8 v3.0 for the first time in nearly a year of ownership. I emailed B&O and they were brilliant, quick to reply, and sent me a set of instructions, which worked. If you have installed 6.1.0 firmware (via the B&O app) you need to go the support pages on the B&O website. Here if you search support for Bluetooth pairing faqs you will find the process to re-pair your earphones. Here is the link:

    I still love these earphones they are fantastic, though I’ve gone off using the computer foam tips. I’m now a convert to the silicone tips. Another great use for these E8 3rd Gen is as a Covid test! Every night before I go to sleep, I sniff the beautiful leather case. If I can smell it, I know I’m ok!
    Here’s my update after having owned these for over a month, as at 18th May 2020:

    I have grown to truly love my B&O. I have had absolutely no connection problems at all, the app is great and the whole experience of owning them is a pleasure. The transparency mode is great, especially since I am a little deaf in my right ear (never ever ride a motorbike without ear plugs!) This feature, which of course is not exclusive to B&O is excellent. Every time I pick up my leather covered, chrome edged case, a little smug, smile of satisfaction comes across my face. The listening experience is superb, especially after having saved a bass enhanced profile. When watching films or videos, there is no lip sync’ lag and the optimal setting for the equaliser is perfect for dialogue and even special effects.

    As I have often noted when there are disparaging reviews, these mostly arise from operator error and instructions not being followed. My E8 3.0 connect seamlessly to my iPhone X, and my iPad Pro (2018 3rd gen). When I have had them in whilst walking and I get in my car (a Merc CLS) they disconnect and the Merc’s system takes over. When I leave the car, the E8 3.0 re-connect to my iPhone X. If you’re having connection problems, turn off all other Bluetooth devices in range, which is what it says in the instructions if you have problems. I have a Bluetooth keyboard, an Apple Pencil, a Loewe speaker, a Mackie Thump 1300W 15BST speaker all in range or connected to my iPad by bluetooth. I never have a problem connecting to my E8s. Perhaps others have received a faulty pair. When I received my E8 3.0 they were running v5.6 of the firmware and needed immediate updating to v5.7. They recently updated to v5.8 and during all my limited period (over a month) of ownership I have only ever been extremely pleased with the purchase. One last thing: my eldest son bought a pair of Shure SE425s on my recommendation. He was on the phone to me in central London using the £100+ bluetooth Shure cable. I was using my E8 3.0s. I had to ask him to speak on his phone since there was so much squawking and high pitched whining from his Shure Bluetooth. Apparently, I’m not the first to complain to him. My advice, buy B&O E8 v3. I guarantee, if you appreciate luxury, you will not be disappointed. Alternatively, you could waste your money as my son and I did on overpriced, poorly manufactured American goods.


    1) Premium quality materials .
    2) Premium quality build
    3) Superb sound
    4) 100% stable connection
    5) Simple but full control of tracks, volume, calls and voice assistants.
    6) Premium look
    7) Prestige brand
    8) Strong Retaining magnets, they will never fall out of the case
    9) Massively long duration on one charge (just short of 8 hours from my test)

    1) B&O are tight with the ear tips. Only 1 pair of comply tips

    Bang and Olufsen are a renowned Danish Consumer Electronics company who, like all truly premium brands are careful who they let sell their products. They are what might be called a lifestyle brand which epitomises the industrial, clean Scandinavian design school. Anyone who has ever been into a B&O shop will know that these really are ultra-premium. Any company that can sell 1 speaker of a pair for a starting price of £61k is definitely ultra-premium.

    B&O therefore has a reputation to protect so it’s interesting that given their history, the brand image and the quality of the design that they can sell these at only £300. In actual fact, I got mine luckily for £233.95, but the price has now gone back up. Even at £300 these truly are worth every penny. B&O could sell these at £600 or even £900 and the sort of person who values their design and sound signature wouldn’t blink an eye. Now, the cynical amongst you might say that they’re overpriced, but in actual fact the Shure SE425s in the pictures cost me over £300 when they first went on sale. Shure 425s are typically American in the use of materials, and the build quality, especially when compared to the E8 3.0. The packaging is almost a work of art, and it reflects the Scandinavian minimalist design. The box is made from quality card stock. The inner layer presenting the case and earbuds is a high density polymer akin to rubber. It has a cotton tag on it to help you get to the accessories below. Even before you use them, it’s a top quality experience. My one and only gripe is that they have only supplied one pair of Comply Foam Sport Tips in Medium.

    I spent a lot of time researching these before I pressed the “buy now”. I had to be able to justify spending this money to my wife who would eventually realise how much they cost. These earbuds are made of truly premium materials. Leather, aluminium soft feel polymer with superb retaining magnets. When you see the packaging, inside and out, you realise this isn’t some cheap, worthless product. It’s never clear from photos or videos how tiny these Bang and Olufsen Beoplay E8 3.0 actually are. So for comparison, I’ve added the Shure case and the SE425 earbud so you can get a better perspective.

    The leather covered case takes it up a notch, and the sound is great. I’ve downloaded the new software before I had a good nearly 8 hour session on them. The funny thing is even with the medium silicone tips they are completely secure in my ears. I’ve always had big issues with my shure se425s with silicone. I always used the yellow memory foam tips which were the only ones that worked for me. I tried the medium B&O comply foam, but I funnily need a large in those. They are very comfortable for me with the medium silicone tips that come attached to the buds. Even with these in the passive noise isolation is excellent. They are also very secure in my ears as the mad dog ear shake proved. Even in the case, shaking it wildly with it open didn’t let the buds fall out. Even using an inertia shake (accelerating fast forward and stopping suddenly) didn’t dislodge them. That’s a tribute to the build quality and the premium materials used.

    For those out there who’ve tested these and said the sound is poor, and the sound stage is poor, I think if anyone is buying these buy them from Amazon or B&O direct because they have a 30 day return period. My SE425s are dead now, but from my memory of them once I adjusted the E8 3.0 equaliser to the 4 o’clock position that’s between excited and (closer to warm) the bass is perfect for me. They are much better in my opinion than the SE425s. The transparency mode is fantastic with the ability to set different levels of background music. Transparency allows the wearer to use the external microphones (these have 4) to hear people or the outside surroundings. B&O’s implementation is superb, as you’d expect. As for base, on the factory settings with no profile (type of listening) or equalisation for frequency emphasis, they are very good. However, once you use the app to configure them to your personal taste they are superb.

    I’ve not used the previous E8 1.0 or 2.0, but what I can say is the sound from these once set up is superb. They are also unbelievably light, and very comfortable in the ear. They are relatively discrete when they’re in your ears. I used them on one charge for nearly 8 hours of continuous use. It was set low to medium because I was working at the same time. However, that’s more than enough time for the majority of people. If anyone is considering these get these in your hands and there’s no way you won’t buy them. My wife looked at them when they arrived and said “wow they must have cost a fortune!” Not compared to what I paid for the Shures SE425s, though. Making the comparison between the quality of Shure v B&O it’s like comparing a Mustang to a Ferrari. You can’t.

    Sound like taste, is a subjective sense. We all have different ear shapes, unique ear canals, and bone structure in the skull. All these affect sound, as does age and the previous noises you’ve been subjected to over the years. In my opinion, even if you can aurally compare these to another wireless set of buds, you should buy them. These are more than just a functional item, they truly are a pleasure to own and use. BUY THEM, THESE ARE DOTTORE APPROVED!
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    67 people found this helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars What are you paying for?
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on 27 March 2020
    Colour: Gen BlackVerified Purchase
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    1.0 out of 5 stars Losing touch with rivals
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on 11 May 2020
    Colour: Gen BlackVerified Purchase
    34 people found this helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars Ok headphones. Not worth the price tag.
    Reviewed in the United Kingdom 🇬🇧 on 18 September 2020
    Colour: Gen BlackVerified Purchase
    11 people found this helpful