Bowers & Wilkins Px7 S2

 Bowers & Wilkins Px7 S2

Bowers & Wilkins Px7 S2

 Adaptive AptX and proprietary ANC

It took English audio engineers from Bowers & Wilkins three years to create the next version of their flagship on-ear headphones - the Px7 S2 model replaces the quite successful Px7 in this post . Now it is Px7 S2 that can be considered the best full-size B&W headphones.

With the obvious continuity of design, the novelty was "redesigned from scratch." At least that's what marketing VP Giles Pocock and brand activator Peter Madueno say. The headphones are lighter and sleeker, with new 40mm “low distortion” drivers, as B&W says, still angled. The ear pads are filled with memory foam for a comfortable listening experience.

Bowers & Wilkins Px7 S2

The novelty supports the AptX adaptive codec, complemented by proprietary audio processing and the current active noise reduction system. In total, 6 microphones work in Px7 S2: two “listen” to the sound of the speaker, two - external noise, two more are responsible for voice transmission. The verified location of each of the microphones is especially noted.

All this interacts with the Bowers & Wilkins Music App, from which you can control noise reduction modes (transparency mode is also provided), equalizer, turn on the voice assistant, etc. The alternative is the controls on the headphones themselves. There is a choice.

Bowers & Wilkins Px7 S2

The Px7 S2 battery lasts 30 hours, after which 15 minutes of fast charging can add another 7 hours. If there is no power source, a 3.5mm audio cable is included. Another connector on the Px7 S2 body is USB-C and the cable is also included. All this together is placed in a convenient case, and it turned out to be thinner than its predecessor. Headphones are available in 3 colors - gray, blue and black.

Bowers & Wilkins Px7 S2 headphones cost $400 in the US.

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