The PXs are a fantastic package, boasting excellent sound quality, successful noise-cancelling and a smart design
The Bowers & Wilkins P5 Wireless headphones are one of the better-built headphones we’ve ever tested. But when it comes to sound quality and their active noise cancelling it just isn’t up to par with some of the other headphones in the $400 price range. If you get these headphones you’re basically paying for the great build materials and design.
The wireless Bowers & Wilkins PX are the first pair of noise-canceling headphones from the well-respected British audio brand. They cost $400 in the US, come in a choice of demure space grey or a more flamboyant soft gold, and they sound phenomenal. I have had a PX pair since their launch in London two weeks ago, and they’ve quickly become as essential to my life as my wallet, keys, and phone. I don’t leave the house without them.
|Connectivity||Bluetooth aptX Wired 3.5mm|
|Design Wireless||over ear|
|Carrying case||Protective pouch|
|Bowers & Wilkins App||Yes|
|Charge via USB||Yes|
|Ear pads||Leather with ballistic nylon outer|
|Drive units||2 x 40mm|
|Special Feature||Motion-sensitive Play/Pause/Stand-by|
|Item Weight||0.73 lb|
|Item Dimensions||6.89 x 2.95 x 7.87 in|