Bowers And Wilkins PX7 Wireless Headphones Review

Published on December 31, 2019
Bowers And Wilkins PX7 Wireless Headphones
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Bowers & Wilkins PX7 wireless headphones are gorgeously designed headphones. With excellent audio quality and comfy design these are becoming hot favorite among tech geeks. Smart sensors are also present in Bowers & Wilkins PX7 headphones. A long battery life of about 22 hours & Active noise cancellation feature makes it worth buying. These are beautifully designed headphones which can be handled conveniently.

Design of Bowers & Wilkins PX7:

In case you’re comfortable with the PXs, or any Bowers and Wilkins items besides, you won’t be surprised the PX7s are brilliant. Although PX7 comes in beautiful design but it is not as brilliant as you may portray the previously mentioned Sony’s smart.

Stylishly designed with curved ear cups, strong system, and texture finish yet they do make critical progress with regards to comfort. These headphones are so beautifully built that even by wearing them for longer period does not make your ear uncomfortable. That is on account of the substitution of the PXs’ metal development with a custom carbon fiber composite, making them lighter and, thus, increasingly wonderful to wear. Over only weeks, our ears become very familiar with being encompassed by the delicate cowhide cushions that is very soft.

Earphones peppered with playback control catches, as these seem to be, may not look 21st century either, however, we do like the sureness of a physical catch and as far as we can tell contact and swipe controls can in some cases be hit and miss.


Bowers & Wilkins PX7 constitute of flexible foam ear cups. I’d compare it to leaning back on an orthopedic pad rather than one loaded up with goose down. The cups fit serenely over my ears, making a sensible seal. All things considered, I’ve worn the PX for more than 5 hours on a cross country trip with no distress.

The PX earphones weigh 11.8 ounces so it does not feel heavy on head or ears.

Performance of Bowers & Wilkins PX7:

Along with a durable design & an active noise cancellation feature a thing that matters the most is the sound quality. The PX was sonic high fliers when they came into being two years back, yet from that point, opponent earphone brands got up to speed. For all the tech geeks out there the good news is that Bowers & Wilkins has improved the sound quality with the help of active noise cancellation.

Tonally, everything is equitably spoken to: highs are fresh, mids are fleshed out, and bass is generous yet supple. While they’re a little on the rich side, with the glow and lack of bias that will please with the larger part, resolute bass addicts might need to look somewhere else.

The sound produced by these headphones is very clear and high quality. Active noise cancellation feature works very well whether you are standing in a fish market or driving a car on road full of traffic.

There are three different modes automatic, high and low. If you want to listen to music in little background noise the automatic works well.  But if you are in heavy machinery regions like some industries you should switch to high ANC mode.

Battery & Bluetooth:

Bowers and Wilkins say the PX can last for 22 hours on an accuse of ANC empowered. I had the option to utilize the earphones for 19.5 hours.  You can check how a lot of battery life the PX earphones have left in the application, or hold up until they start sounding their admonition blares.

The PX earphones have the commonplace Bluetooth scope of 33 feet. The music began sputtering when I drew nearer to venturing out of range and cut out totally when I go out of range. Nonetheless, I valued that my track began playing when I moved to go into an adequate distance within range.

The call quality of Bowers and Wilkins:

The call quality produced by these headphones is also very good. You can simply put your phone on one side and by using Bluetooth call any of your beloved and enjoy talking to him.

Bowers and Wilkins App:

There is a free app for both IOS as well as android username as Bowers and Wilkins. This app helps in making Bluetooth connection, adjusting the noise cancellation feature. There are not EQ adjustment features in the App. This feature is kind of a must in such a high-end gadget.

No assistance:

The price of Bowers & Wilkins PX7 is about $400 but still, it does not have any virtual assistants such as Alexa. It is very ironic that such assistance is even in the ear buds that only cost $75 dollars. For now, you have to manage calls, music and other things on your own till B&W brings such service.

You usually get what you pay for. Here you are investing about $400; in return, you are getting high-quality headphones with great audio quality, good battery life, and comfortable design. Although Sony offers a better value for money while Boses has a better noise cancellations feature. All of it depends on you what you want to choose. Ask any question you have in the comment section below. We will answer as soon as we receive them. Have a happy using!!

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