Silicon tips, 4 pairs of different sizes (XS, S, M L)
Complyfoam, 1 pair of M size
the Bang & Olufsen E8 2.0 truly wireless earphones look great and sound great. They're not perfect though. The touch-sensitive buttons are a little too sensitive at times, and there's no truly active noise cancellation. However, for most users, these aren't massive issues.
- Tech Radar
The Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless are arguably the biggest competitor for the Bang & Olufsen Beoplay E8 2.0s. However, we can't recommend that you choose them over the B&Os. They are cursed with horrible touch controls that we couldn't work properly, no matter how hard we tried, over multiple listening sessions. If Sennheiser can fix these controls, they'll have a winner. Until then, the Beoplay E8 2.0s are the obvious choice.
- The Master Switch
The BeoPlay E8 2.0 will suit all listeners and reward them with great sound quality. But there are longer-lasting and more affordable quality competitors around the corner to mull over too.
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