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Bowers & Wilkins

In 1966, John Bowers and longtime friend Peter Hayward set up a business in Worthing on the south coast of England, called B & W Electronics. Right from the beginning, both founders agreed to live modestly and to reinvest all profits in the company, to develop the perfect loudspeaker …

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The latest reviews: Bowers & Wilkins

Bluetooth by Ralf Willke 2 weeks ago

Bowers & Wilkins Px8

Great-sounding over-ear headphones with noise cancellation

After announcing the Px7 S2, Bowers & Wilkins hinted in early summer 2022 that there was still something to come. With the Px8, their top model was joined by a premium model that, with a retail price of 699 euros, focuses uncompromisingly on quality.

4.9

Bluetooth by Ralf Willke 5 months ago

Bowers & Wilkins Px7 S2

Excellent sounding wireless headphones with active noise cancelling

The Bowers & Wilkins Px7 S2 primarily impressed us with their very good sound. But this newcomer also performs well in terms of noise cancelling, appearance and wearing comfort. Android users will have a clear advantage over iOS users with the Px7 S2.

4.9

In-Ear by Ralf Willke 1 year ago

Bowers & Wilkins PI5

True Wireless in-ears with big sound

After we tested the PI7 some time ago and found them to be pretty good, we were naturally curious to see how the PI5s from Bowers & Wilkins, which have been stripped of a few features, would perform. It was already clear after the first...

4

Bluetooth by Ralf Willke 2 years ago

Bowers & Wilkins PI7

Premium True Wireless In-Ears

Bowers & Wilkins like to take their time in the innovation race and do not always try to jump on the technology-driven bandwagon immediately. Better late and done properly was what I thought when B&W announced the first True Wireless in-ears in their range with...

4.9

Bluetooth by Sven Opitz 3 years ago

Bowers & Wilkins PI4

Neckband in-ears with adaptive noise cancelling and very good sound

With the PI4, Bowers & Wilkins deliver another superbly well-equipped neckband in-ear with two 14.2mm full-range drivers, three different aptX codecs, Bluetooth 5.0 with multipoint capability, adaptive noise reduction and a good app which enables you control and customise many of the features.

4.3

Bluetooth by Sven Opitz 3 years ago

Bowers & Wilkins PI3

Neckband in-ears with dual hybrid drivers

Bowers & Wilkins are committed to always wanting to do things right. Be it the new PX5 the current PX7, or the PI3, which is a neckband in-ear with dual hybrid drivers, the latest aptX adaptive codec, and of course, wireless connectivity via Bluetooth.

4.3

Bluetooth by Ralf Willke 3 years ago

Bowers & Wilkins PX7

Stylish and high quality over-ears with noise cancelling

As the PX5 on-ear version quite impressed us (see the test here), Bowers & Wilkins also sent their top model from the 2019 line-up to the editors. The essential difference is the design: Enclosing the ear instead of lying on the ear, so the only...

4.6

Bluetooth by Ralf Willke 3 years ago

Bowers & Wilkins PX5

A sophisticated On-Ear with style

Bowers & Wilkins is one manufacturer who would never be forgiven for making mistakes as, over several decades, this British brand has earned such a good reputation. As expected, trying out these 254-gram versions of the PX5 didn't bring any special surprises - except for...

5
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