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Bowers & Wilkins PX Bluetooth Wireless Headphones, Noise Cancelling - Space Grey - £215 @ Amazon
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Bowers & Wilkins PX Bluetooth Wireless Headphones, Noise Cancelling - Space Grey - £215 @ Amazon

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Posted 30th Nov 2019

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People have mixed feelings about these ( please don’t say B&w is an unknown brand) the soft gold versions £219 on Amazon)

Ok the P7 wireless are out, but they cost a lot more too.

These are very very good- some say of the three, Sony m3, Bose qc35s these sound the best. Sadly let down by comfort. Px’s are the best built of the three, these sounds the best of the 3 imho.
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This is the old model, not the new PX7.

Cold for me. The PX7s are noticeably better, though the Sony's are better still and remain ANC king:

youtube.com/wat…iho
These ARE good, but there was another deal on here the other day to get them from Amazon Spain for £153. Which I did!
luceo30/11/2019 22:06

These ARE good, but there was another deal on here the other day to get …These ARE good, but there was another deal on here the other day to get them from Amazon Spain for £153. Which I did!


Wow 😁😁😁😁😁
These are pants like most wireless headphones
Google_Reviewer30/11/2019 22:01

This is the old model, not the new PX7.Cold for me. The PX7s are …This is the old model, not the new PX7.Cold for me. The PX7s are noticeably better, though the Sony's are better still and remain ANC king:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGghfzXjiho


Read the description- you are telling us of news!
cossy330/11/2019 22:34

These are pants like most wireless headphones



Most? Which wireless headphones do you consider not to be 'pants'?
deleted1781230/11/2019 22:47

Most? Which wireless headphones do you consider not to be 'pants'?


None yet. I only say most because there are a few out there that I haven’t tried.
cossy330/11/2019 22:34

These are pants like most wireless headphones



deleted1781230/11/2019 22:47

Most? Which wireless headphones do you consider not to be 'pants'?



cossy330/11/2019 22:51

None yet. I only say most because there are a few out there that I haven’t …None yet. I only say most because there are a few out there that I haven’t tried.



Mostly hyperbole then.
luceo30/11/2019 22:06

These ARE good, but there was another deal on here the other day to get …These ARE good, but there was another deal on here the other day to get them from Amazon Spain for £153. Which I did!


Did u get yours delivered ?
cossy330/11/2019 22:34

These are pants like most wireless headphones



deleted1781230/11/2019 22:47

Most? Which wireless headphones do you consider not to be 'pants'?



cossy330/11/2019 22:51

None yet. I only say most because there are a few out there that I haven’t …None yet. I only say most because there are a few out there that I haven’t tried.



deleted1781230/11/2019 22:55

Mostly hyperbole then.



cossy330/11/2019 23:35

Mostly fact actually



Mostly factual nonsense.
cossy330/11/2019 23:35

Mostly fact actually


Opinion isn't fact.

Utter nonsense. Probably based on £60 ebay junk
MadDogHysteria01/12/2019 00:27

Opinion isn't fact. Utter nonsense. Probably based on £60 ebay junk


In my case, opinion is fact. I’m a sound engineer.
goody30/11/2019 23:05

Did u get yours delivered ?


Yes, they arrived the next day. All good!
cossy301/12/2019 08:35

In my case, opinion is fact. I’m a sound engineer.


You might be crap at your job.

Good price for the headphones, have some heat.
Edited by: "htfc99" 1st Dec 2019
cossy301/12/2019 08:35

In my case, opinion is fact. I’m a sound engineer.


What a wild and varied career you've had over the past couple of years. IT network engineer, Barista and now sound engineer.

Seems that there are more facts on the internet than there are in real life.
luceo01/12/2019 09:43

Yes, they arrived the next day. All good!

have not got mine yet..i got a box delivered it was a lego toy got ordered a replacement from amazon still has not turned up but it says delivered...amazon just amazes me sometimes absolute joke !!
I have some of these and they are great, and exceptional for travel and blocking out airplane noise.
dodgybadass01/12/2019 11:10

What a wild and varied career you've had over the past couple of years. …What a wild and varied career you've had over the past couple of years. IT network engineer, Barista and now sound engineer.Seems that there are more facts on the internet than there are in real life.


Yeah because it's still the 1850's where people had one job for life yeah?
cossy301/12/2019 19:52

Yeah because it's still the 1850's where people had one job for life yeah?


It doesn't make it a fact regardless.

At a push you could claim "expert opinion"

However it seems like you haven't been a sound engineer very long, and given those apparent career changes may even lack a formal qualification or long term training in it.

And even being a very competent and experienced sound engineer does not automatically mean one can make excellent judgements on the capabilities of wireless headphones. In fact testing headphones is often a very different thing entirely, depending on what you're doing in your role.

Sound quality is also subjective to an a fair extent. People will prefer different sound signatures that have equal merit (e.g. flat for monitoring, lively for listening, more or less bass, better suited to classical or EDM or rock etc.)

And unltimately if you ask two "experts" for an opinion regarding some wireless headphones you'll likely get different opinions.
And they are ultimately still opinions.

In my experience, expertise and humility are strongly correlated too. Those that know more know often don't make definitive statements or express opinion as fact, as you more one learns the more one realises how little one knows.

Anyhoo, I've not tried the B&W PX but their specs are excellent. One of the best options I'd say. Much better than Bose (except for comfort and perhaps call quality).
Edited by: "Shinoke" 2nd Dec 2019
Google_Reviewer30/11/2019 22:01

This is the old model, not the new PX7.Cold for me. The PX7s are …This is the old model, not the new PX7.Cold for me. The PX7s are noticeably better, though the Sony's are better still and remain ANC king:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGghfzXjiho


The Sony lack USB passthrough, multi device connection, lack adaptive AptX as well I think
And the earcups are far too small for me.
I doubt they'd sound as good as well.
There really is no one best model, they all have pros and cons.
For me the new Sennheiser Momentum Wireless or B&W PX7 look best.

Edit: Also you say the Sony's are better and yet the guy in the video states the PX7 sound better (as expected) and are his preferred model. So clearly they're not just better! Perhaps for you. Unlikely for others. Far too many definitive statements being made.
Edited by: "Shinoke" 2nd Dec 2019
Shinoke02/12/2019 13:13

It doesn't make it a fact regardless.At a push you could claim "expert …It doesn't make it a fact regardless.At a push you could claim "expert opinion"However it seems like you haven't been a sound engineer very long, and given those apparent career changes may even lack a formal qualification or long term training in it.And even being a very competent and experienced sound engineer does not automatically mean one can make excellent judgements on the capabilities of wireless headphones. In fact testing headphones is often a very different thing entirely, depending on what you're doing in your role.Sound quality is also subjective to an a fair extent. People will prefer different sound signatures that have equal merit (e.g. flat for monitoring, lively for listening, more or less bass, better suited to classical or EDM or rock etc.)And unltimately if you ask two "experts" for an opinion regarding some wireless headphones you'll likely get different opinions.And they are ultimately still opinions.In my experience, expertise and humility are strongly correlated too. Those that know more know often don't make definitive statements or express opinion as fact, as you more one learns the more one realises how little one knows.Anyhoo, I've not tried the B&W PX but their specs are excellent. One of the best options I'd say. Much better than Bose (except for comfort and perhaps call quality).


Are you trying to claim you know my life from my posts on HUKD? Man you are sad AND wrong.
Shinoke02/12/2019 13:17

The Sony lack USB passthrough, multi device connection, lack adaptive AptX …The Sony lack USB passthrough, multi device connection, lack adaptive AptX as well I thinkAnd the earcups are far too small for me.I doubt they'd sound as good as well.There really is no one best model, they all have pros and cons.For me the new Sennheiser Momentum Wireless or B&W PX7 look best.Edit: Also you say the Sony's are better and yet the guy in the video states the PX7 sound better (as expected) and are his preferred model. So clearly they're not just better! Perhaps for you. Unlikely for others. Far too many definitive statements being made.


Depends what you're buying them for. The Sony XM3 have by far the best ANC. Giving that I primarily use headphones like this for the commute, they'd be my pick. For comfort, easily the Bose QC35-II (primarily because of the earcups). PX7 sounded quite good but I only tested them for 5 minutes in the shop and I wouldn't trade the quality of the ANC on the Sony's or the comfort of the Bose for them. Neither do I think they're worth another £60.

Personally, I'm going to wait for the XM4s, but given that you can get the XM3s / QC35-II for around £220, I can't see why anyone would buy the PX (not the PX7s) over them. And if pure outright sound quality is your thing, you buy some proper studio headphones, not something maintstream like these headphones.
Shinoke02/12/2019 13:13

It doesn't make it a fact regardless.At a push you could claim "expert …It doesn't make it a fact regardless.At a push you could claim "expert opinion"However it seems like you haven't been a sound engineer very long, and given those apparent career changes may even lack a formal qualification or long term training in it.And even being a very competent and experienced sound engineer does not automatically mean one can make excellent judgements on the capabilities of wireless headphones. In fact testing headphones is often a very different thing entirely, depending on what you're doing in your role.Sound quality is also subjective to an a fair extent. People will prefer different sound signatures that have equal merit (e.g. flat for monitoring, lively for listening, more or less bass, better suited to classical or EDM or rock etc.)And unltimately if you ask two "experts" for an opinion regarding some wireless headphones you'll likely get different opinions.And they are ultimately still opinions.In my experience, expertise and humility are strongly correlated too. Those that know more know often don't make definitive statements or express opinion as fact, as you more one learns the more one realises how little one knows.Anyhoo, I've not tried the B&W PX but their specs are excellent. One of the best options I'd say. Much better than Bose (except for comfort and perhaps call quality).


Excellent explanation- people say a sign of knowledgable person is one who says “I don’t know” since they realise that the more they know, how little that knowledge is greater scheme of things.

I was once told by a dean of medical school of St. Andrews university... “ you will never know everything, only reduce the amount you don’t know” - very wise man called DAVID SINCLAIR:) bless him.
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