THROUGH THE CITY
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.
Form 2i 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.
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.
The microphone and remote are aptly placed on the cord just below you cheek – giving you control of your phone with a single touch or two. Quite handy when you’re out and about!
FEATURED AT MOMA
Form 2 was designed more than 30 years ago – in 1983 by the then 23-year old Steve McGugan. It hit the streets in 1985 to instant critical success – so much in fact that in 1992 it 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 it displayed in a museum and hailed as a piece of art, we’d much rather see it on your head.
THE LEGACY LINE-UP
HISTORY OF B&O HEADPHONES
Bang & Olufsen introduced their first headphone, U70, back in 1978. Not many audio manufacturers can claim that many years of experience on the market. This means that principles introduced nearly four decades ago have been refined and developed further ever since.
Take a trip down memory lane and experience the development from Bang & Olufsen the headphones in the early years until today, marked by the launch of two completely new headphones.
156 mm x 157 mm x 40 mm
6.1 x 6.2 x 1.6 in
Dynamic, semi open
20 Hz ~ 21000 Hz
Black, White, Red, Green, Blue,
Featured in the permanent
collection at MoMA New York