B&O Beoplay H2 review
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If you want to turn heads with your headphones, then the Bang & Olufsen Beoplay H2s may be just what you're looking for. Clean lines, muted colours and luxury materials are the order of the day, and B&O claim that their adaptive fit technology helps these headphones mould to your head. Does it work and do they sound as good as they look? We tested them to find out.
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