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Bowers & Wilkins P7 Headphones (Wired)
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- Sound performance with the P7 is a revelation, delivering a wonderful sense of space, balance and clarity across the entire frequency range.
- Easily fold for compact mobility or for storage in the specially designed carry case.
- Over-ear design and dual cavity cushion ear pads ensure P7 envelopes you in sound while isolating outside sound.
- Made for iPhone remote/microphone cable, plus a generic cable that works with all smartphones, tablets and MP3 players.
- Bowers & Wilkins' P7 Headphones come with a 2-year limited warranty only when purchased from an authorized dealer including Amazon.com (indicated by ships from and sold by Amazon.com).
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Designed for people who love music.
P7 Wireless are compatible with popular Bluetooth devices–mobile phones, tablets and computers.
Masters of sound
Bowers & Wilkins is an audio company with nearly five decades of experience creating the loudspeaker systems that world-leading recording studios depend upon.
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If you demand professional-quality sound, but without the wires, then P7 Wireless utilizes Bowers & Wilkins’ five decades of experience in transducer technology to offer a seamless audio experience. These incredibly immersive over-ear headphones deliver professional-quality sound in a large but foldable design, while wireless streaming via Bluetooth aptX means you can listen anywhere completely free of cables.
What's in the box?
- P7 Wireless Headphones
- Universal cable
- USB charging cable
- Carry case
P7 Wireless utilizes the same Bowers & Wilkins’ bespoke acoustic technologies to deliver pristine audio as its wired sibling the P7, and is engineered and tuned by the same acoustic engineers who developed the flagship 800 Series Diamond range of loudspeakers.
Made for moving
|P7 Wireless||P5 Wireless||P5 Series 2||P3 Series 2||P9||C5 Series 2|
|Type||Bluetooth over ear||Bluetooth on ear||On ear||Lightweight on ear||Over ear||In ear|
|Carrying case||Soft leather pouch||Soft quilted pouch||Soft quilted pouch||Protective hardshell case||Protective pouch||Soft zipper pouch|
|Additional items||Universal cable, USB cable||Universal cable, USB cable||Universal cable, Apple remote mic cable||Universal and Apple mic and remote cables||Universal cable||Ear tips S, M, L|
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|Item Dimensions||7.6 x 9.2 x 5.2 in||16.73 x 8.46 x 9.84 in||9.21 x 4.65 x 9.06 in||7.88 x 7.88 x 2.88 in||7.2 x 9.6 x 2.8 in||3.78 x 7.48 x 9.92 in|
|Item Weight||2.31 lbs||0.51 lb||0.5 lb||0.75 lb||6.88 ounces||1.69 lbs|
|Additional Features||foldable, ios-phone-control||microphone-feature||lightweight||ios-phone-control, lightweight||foldable||noise-cancellation|
With P7, everything is designed to allow you to lose yourself in music. Bass is tight, vocals are precisely defined, and there's a wonderful sense of space, balance and clarity across the whole frequency range. At the same time, the over-ear design and snugly-fitting ear pads ensure you become completely immersed in your listening. Because when you're hearing sound this good, you don't want anything to interrupt your enjoyment.
Top customer reviews
Build Quaility 9/10
After reading reviews and looking up YouTube videos my though was that the headphones would be built extremely sturdy, this is the case for the most part but the ear pieces are a tad on the lose side. The materials are top notch and give you that new leather smell. The headband is extremely sturdy. For the price I would not expect anything less for a closed pair of headphones. B&W did a great job and did not cut any corners by adding plastic to the build. The cords are nice, not as thick as I would like, but a large improvement from the P5s and their skinny cord.
Sound Quality 9.5/10 (Closed Headphones) 8.0 (Open and closed headphones)
-My personal suggested burn in time at 75% volume; 14hrs
Respectively, the B&W P7 are one of the best sounding closed pair of headphones, and the most portable in my collection of headphones. I end up using these the most now. While at home, I still prefer the openness of an open pair of Headphones, but I rarely listen to music at home (Maybe hour a night) compared to the B&W 7s where I listen up to 6 hours a day. Again, the sound is not flat, its not boring, it’s not neutral. It does emphasize the low end abit (Not as emphasized as the M100s, Nothing that horrible, the m100s are really only meant for electronic music in my opinion) and adds a sparkle not usually found in closed headphones. The treble is outstanding for a pair of closed headphones. I can say that the treble response is unrivaled till the $700 mark for closed headphones. In terms of Highs, mids, and lows;
Now little personal preference observations while listing;
These headphones do push the highs a little to much, not shrill sounding, but some of the more young, high pitched Japanese artists I listen to tend to leave an almost to shrill voice when singing highs. Of course this is only personal preference and a majority of listeners to not listen to Jrock with vocaloids like I do. When listing to vocals, they vocals do not stand out over the rest of the music if not intended that way but the artists. Some headphones position vocals to be the main focal point, these headphones push the vocals from the front a little bit. They vocals don’t get left behind or muffled by the rest of the music, it’s just that the head phones don’t emphasize the vocals.
These are in no way painful to use, I can personally use these headphones for about 4hrs before my ears need a break. The clamping is a little tight when you start using the headphones, over about 4 days, the clamp starts to release a little bit making it more comfortable over a larger period of time. The cups are not made out of the memory material typically found at this price point, but none the less thee headphones are comfortable and the ear pieces are soft.
Quality is a huge factor and these headphones are built very well. The ear cups are replaceable, but at a cost. $50 for another set of ear cups. The cable is replicable, which is nice, at $14 for a cable w/free shipping is an ok price, but the apple remote cable will cost an arm and a leg at $31.
Over all I would recommend these headphones for anyone looking for a fun pair of headphones that does well in all types of genres. These are the best closed headphones for under $500. The sennheiser momentums are cheaper, offer a more natural sound, but will kill your ears after 10 minutes if you have avg or larger ears. They are one of the major competitors of the B&W p7s, but they don’t offer as good of a sound, or quality as the B7W p7s. The p7s are a luxury item, made with luxury materials that give off the “Big money” look, so be careful when carrying around or wearing them in not so safe areas.
Okay. These are the best headphones I have ever owned and I own and have owned LOTS of headphones in my life. I have loved my various wired Sennheisers for music and my Sony MDR-V6 and 7506s for work. I even have a pair of Audeze Sines.
I have put up with a variety of wired earbuds (enjoyed a few) for pure convenience.
Years ago, I tried my first Bluetooth headphones, hated them, and avoided Bluetooth for years until backing Earin on Kickstarter. The better than expected sound (despite the occasional connection issues) changed my perspective on wireless audio.
Then came the iPhone 7 and I knew I needed a nice pair of Bluetooth earphones, so I purchased a pair of those beautiful Beoplay H8. I was very impressed. The sound was surprisingly clean, crisp, deep, and balanced. Compared with my Sennheisers, the sound stage was a bit tight and narrow, but they looked and sounded great. Yet, there were a few things missing – particularly comfort (the curse of the over ear design).
Recently, I saw these oversized Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless headphones. I had enjoyed the quality of an old pair of P5s and the reviews were glowing. Plus, the looked more comfortable, so I bought a pair.
Wow! The reviews nailed it. I’m not smart enough to understand how they did it, but the audio these produce rivals the planar magnetic Sines connected directly through Lightning with the Cipher cable. I'm sure part of the quality lies in their native AAC codec, but there must be a lot more to it. In fact, they sound so good, I’m thinking of selling my Sines . Plus, the B&W P7 Wireless cans are more comfortable and convenient.
Yes, they are gorgeous and well constructed. The lambskin is much softer than regular leather. However, headphones are all about the sound.
These are closed back and yet, create a soundstage that feels as wide as many open back headphones. I have heard tiny sounds emanating from distant corners that I never heard before (not even with the Sines). Subtle backing vocals are now exposed. Everything is so clear and clean - nothing I’ve thrown at them causes even the slightest distortion.
The low end is just right. Everything is there. Clean with no rattling, yet the every note comes through. At the other end, the highs are perfect. No harshness or ringing. Somebody manage to tune both the electronics and the drivers in such a way that I have yet to find a piece (from Yes to Sufjan Stevens to Max Richter) for which I could even imagine fine tuning the EQ. Everything comes out just right.
These are, by far, the best all-purpose headphones I have ever owned. It looks like all the rest will be relegated to boxes or eBay.