An iconic Bang & Olufsen design, the B&O Form2i over-ear headphones offer a high-quality semi-open structure that delivers the best sound for all the music on your iPhone, iPod, or iPad.
The light weight of Form2i headphones combined with their comfortable fit makes them very pleasant to wear, even for long periods of time.
The microphone and remote are conveniently placed on the cord just below your cheek, giving you control of your audio with a single touch or two.
- Three-button, in-line remote control
- In-line microphone for making and receiving calls
- Light weight, comfortable fit
- Classic B&O styling with eye-catching colors
Did you notice?The three-button, in-line remote and mic make it easy to take phone calls.
Apple Recommends ForA great quality over-ear design that's customized to deliver the best sound for the music on your iPhone, iPod, and iPad.
What's in the Box?
- B&O Form2i Over-Ear Headphones
- Quick start guide
- Frequency Response: 20-21,000Hz
- Other Features: With Remote and Mic
- Form Factor: Over Ear
- Weight: 3.17 oz./90 g
- Mfr. Part Number: 1641325
- UPC or EAN No.: 5705260043747
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- Warranty: One year
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Ratings & Reviews
Best in it's class and price range.
I mix music, master music and record music. I also have a slew of headphones. These are the best sounding cans for the money. Peri I mix music, master music and record music. I also have a slew of headphones. These are the best sounding cans for the money. Period. I agree, the tension of the headband is a bit weak. They are certainly not good if you are riding bicycle, running or any other activity where your head will move much. That aside, sound has so much air in it, they sound like big headphones in a small package, and that is very hard to achieve. The sound is very balanced but not sterile when it is without low or high frequencies. Just the right amount of both. Headphones not suppose to emphasize anything - they suppose truthfully deliver what was mixed in the studio. So if the record has a lot of bass - you should hear it. If not - it will be light on the bass. This is exactly what you get here. The build quality is very good for my use. No, they are not "rugged" by any means, B&O does not make "rugged" gear. But I don't think the cable will break soon unless you twist and tug it a lot. They could've come with a pouch or a little case, that's for sure. But oh well. They are also open type of headphones, meaning you can hear sound around you, which for some applications is great and for some not so much. This is not the "oversight", it is rather a type of headphones as people prefer them over the ones that reduce the ambient noise, or even more - noise canceling. If you are at home, hearing what is going on with your child or other sounds is great, or on the street where you want to hear what is around. These are not for the very noisy environments, where you want to "check out of reality."
Highly recommend as long as your listening conditions need this type of open headphones. You will not find a better quality for this price! …
- Written by Igor L from Long Beach
2 of 2 people found this useful
Very Nice Sounding Headphones, But a Bit Flimsy
So, what do you get from B & O for just over $100? I wondered the same thing. The answer so far is you get a comfortable, very go So, what do you get from B & O for just over $100? I wondered the same thing. The answer so far is you get a comfortable, very good sounding on-ear headphone with a unique form factor. The clarity and precision of these phones is quite nice and i find them to be pretty sonically neutral. Not too bright - not too boomy (as seems to be the inexplicable current trend). And I think they look nice (in white).
I'm disappointed with the build quality and don't expect these to hold up to any abuse or even long-term use. NOT for exercise - I wear them on a public transit commute. The cord is very, very thin. The headband lacks sufficient tension for me so it slips forward and needs frequent readjustment. And I'm pretty sure that there's a fair amount of sound bleeding from the earphones considering their design. Overall, a 3.5 from me. Giving a 4 rather than 3 here in generosity and due to the option of upgrading to a 3 year warranty from B&O. …
- Written by Glenn R H from Philadelphia
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Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
The description says "active noise canceling." Are they?
- Asked by David W from Lafayette
- Apr 19, 2014
No, not at all.
- Answered by Marco G from Pointe-aux-trembles
- Jul 10, 2014