Alexander van der Heijden, BW’s general manager for headphones, says: “Our aim was to further improve the performance of the original P7 with the new Wireless version, and to take it one step further”.
British audio company Bowers Wilkins has crafted a wireless version of its P7 luxury headphones – but you’ll need deep pockets to afford them.
The wireless P7 headphones will set customers back $400, with the wired version costing $50 less at $350, so if you think the convenience of a wireless pair of headphones is worth the difference of $50, hit up Bowers Wilkins’ website to place your order. The P7 Wireless don’t just clip the wires from the original model, but also promise tighter bass, more defined vocals, and even better balance and clarity than the original. The headphones also feature a standard 3.5mm headphone jack for wired listening as a backup solution. The build is as stunning as ever, with aluminum, sheep leather, and other premium materials coming together to provide an eye-catching look.
Playback is elegantly managed via intuitive on-board controls, and a rechargeable battery offers a robust 17-hours of wireless playback, and can be easily charged via USB.
If you’re wondering when you’ll be able to get your hands on these, there’s no waiting involved.
The Bowers Wilkins P7 wireless are available worldwide from today for $399.99 / £319.99 with an Australian price point yet to be confirmed.