Bowers & Wilkins launches the Px7 S2 headphones and reveals the first details about the Px8

With the Px7 S2, Bowers & Wilkins has presented its most expensive best noise-cancelling headphones to date, but the hi-fi experts announced at the same time that the even more expensive and better equipped B W Px8 will follow in a few months.

Bowers & Wilkins Px7 S2 best noise-cancelling headphones

Bowers & Wilkins surprisingly announced that the company will introduce particularly high-quality wireless over ear headphones later this year, which will be marketed as the Bowers & Wilkins Px8. These sound cancelling headphones will support active noise cancellation (ANC), and B&W doesn’t want to make any compromises when it comes to equipment. The company’s most advanced Bluetooth noise cancelling headphones to date are said to cost £499.

For customers who don’t want to wait that long or spend that much money, Bowers & Wilkins has already presented a new model: The B W Px7 S2 is positioned as the direct successor to the Bowers & Wilkins Px7 (approx. $400 on Bestbuy for Carbon Edition). The design has been revised, and the new noise canceling headphones is also available in blue in addition to black and light grey. There are two main innovations in technology. On the one hand, Bowers & Wilkins has developed new drivers with a diameter of 40 millimeters, which are slightly smaller than their predecessors, but the sound is said to have been improved.

On the other hand, the active noise cancellation (ANC) should work more effectively than in the first-generation Px7. A total of six microphones are used. The intensity of the noise cancellation can be controlled from the accompanying app, just like the equalizer. Otherwise, specs are almost identical to the older model – the Px7 S2 offer 30 hours of battery life, support for Bluetooth aptX Adaptive, and a sensor that can automatically pause playback when the headphones are removed from the head.

Bowers & Wilkins Px7 S2 price and availability

The new B W Px7 S2 can now be ordered from the website at $399. At this price, it could be the best noise-cancelling headphones in this segment.

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