Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless review

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  • Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless
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  • Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless
  • Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless
  • Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless

Brilliant-sounding Bluetooth headphones, but they’re quite pricey.

- Jonathan Bray, Alphr 

Specs / Features


Specification
Warranty (Months) 24 months
Release date -
Size 38 x 29 cm (15 x 11.4 in)
Weight N/A

Critic Reviews


Tools & Toys

Sonic excellence and cordless convenience together without compromise

from Tools & Toys

Bowers & Wilkins have continued their legacy of crafting high quality, luxury goods for discerning geeks. The P7 Wireless offers a surprisingly frictionless upgrade over their wired predecessor, forever banishing the notion that wireless headphones don’t sound as good. As it turns out,...More

Bowers & Wilkins have continued their legacy of crafting high quality, luxury goods for discerning geeks. The P7 Wireless offers a surprisingly frictionless upgrade over their wired predecessor, forever banishing the notion that wireless headphones don’t sound as good. As it turns out, they can sound better! They’re not my favorite headphones for on-the-go usage, but for every other context, they are superb. Good comfort, sublime sound, and a handsome build make for a very tempting pair of headphones.

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Cnet

A luxury headphone that looks as good as it sounds

from Cnet

The Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless is an excellent wireless headphone that has the look, feel and sound of a premium wireless headphone.

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The Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless is an excellent wireless headphone that has the look, feel and sound of a premium wireless headphone.

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Paste Magazine

Luxurious bass without the cord

from Paste Magazine

It’s a set of headphones that impresses, with stunning sounds across the highs, mids and lows in a stylish, premium package with metal and leather.

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It’s a set of headphones that impresses, with stunning sounds across the highs, mids and lows in a stylish, premium package with metal and leather.

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InnerFidelity

A dandy daily driver for all your mobile headphone needs

from InnerFidelity

The Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless is an elegant, well built, comfortable Bluetooth headphones with excellent sound quality and good isolation. Built with leather, chromed steel, and anodized aluminum, the build quality, fit and finish is superb. A true daily driver...especially if you like English sports cars; very natty.

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The Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless is an elegant, well built, comfortable Bluetooth headphones with excellent sound quality and good isolation. Built with leather, chromed steel, and anodized aluminum, the build quality, fit and finish is superb. A true daily driver...especially if you like English sports cars; very natty.

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The Verge

Cutting the cord, keeping the bass

from The Verge

The next frontier, at least in the mass market for headphones, isn’t better sound quality, but rather taking the existing high-quality sound options and making them wireless. That’s what the P7 Wireless represent: highly listenable sound, ensconced in premium build and materials, and no wires anywhere in sight.

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The next frontier, at least in the mass market for headphones, isn’t better sound quality, but rather taking the existing high-quality sound options and making them wireless. That’s what the P7 Wireless represent: highly listenable sound, ensconced in premium build and materials, and no wires anywhere in sight.

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Audioholics

Luxurious fit, feel, and sound

from Audioholics

With wireless connectivity gaining more and more momentum and the future of the 3.5mm analog jack in doubt (at least for Apple products), Bowers & Wilkins is staying ahead of the curve. By keeping all the elements that made the original a classic, we expect the new P7 Wireless to be another s...More

With wireless connectivity gaining more and more momentum and the future of the 3.5mm analog jack in doubt (at least for Apple products), Bowers & Wilkins is staying ahead of the curve. By keeping all the elements that made the original a classic, we expect the new P7 Wireless to be another spectacular offering from the storied British company.

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Tech Advisor

Excellent Bluetooth headphones which are just a little pricey

from Tech Advisor

If you’re specifically after wireless headphones, the P7 Wireless are some of the best around. They’re not cheap, but they’re reliable, look great and – overall – sound great. They’ll suit those who like heavy bass, but don’t forget about the Bose QuietCo...More

If you’re specifically after wireless headphones, the P7 Wireless are some of the best around. They’re not cheap, but they’re reliable, look great and – overall – sound great. They’ll suit those who like heavy bass, but don’t forget about the Bose QuietComfort 35, which may not sound quite as good, but has active noise cancelling and are £30 cheaper.

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Gadget Review

Premium build with clean, crisp, and detailed acoustics

from Gadget Review

The Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless is successful in dropping its predecessor’s cord while maintaining what made it great. The company’s high quality standard can be seen from the elegant choice of materials to the clean and crisp sound. But compromise isn’t completely inevitab...More

The Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless is successful in dropping its predecessor’s cord while maintaining what made it great. The company’s high quality standard can be seen from the elegant choice of materials to the clean and crisp sound. But compromise isn’t completely inevitable, as this cordless P7 variant isn’t exempt from a weight increase and hit to its HiFi performance.

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Gadget Review

Clean, crisp, and detailed acoustics

from Gadget Review

The Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless is successful in dropping its predecessor’s cord while maintaining what made it great. The company’s high quality standard can be seen from the elegant choice of materials to the clean and crisp sound. But compromise isn’t completely inevitab...More

The Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless is successful in dropping its predecessor’s cord while maintaining what made it great. The company’s high quality standard can be seen from the elegant choice of materials to the clean and crisp sound. But compromise isn’t completely inevitable, as this cordless P7 variant isn’t exempt from a weight increase and hit to its HiFi performance.

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Stuff

Stylish, comfortable design, superb audio performance

from Stuff

B&W has never made a disappointing pair of headphones yet, and the P7 Wireless aren't going to buck the trend. In fact they're absolutely excellent P7, setting a lofty standard that rivals in this price range will struggle to emulate. B&W has built a pair of Bluetooth headphones that impr...More

B&W has never made a disappointing pair of headphones yet, and the P7 Wireless aren't going to buck the trend. In fact they're absolutely excellent P7, setting a lofty standard that rivals in this price range will struggle to emulate. B&W has built a pair of Bluetooth headphones that impress with their stunning sound quality, elegant looks, premium comfort and slick, user-friendly Bluetooth controls. There’s really no downside to these cans at all - unless, of course, you're operating on a tight budget. If you can afford them, they belong on your shopping list.

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