Get the amazing Bowers & Wilkins Px over the ears Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones for about £254.20 delivered, new @ Amazon.de
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Get the amazing Bowers & Wilkins Px over the ears Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones for about £254.20 delivered, new @ Amazon.de

£254.20£279.999%Amazon Germany Deals
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Posted 4th Oct
Oh, I forgot! in soft rose gold!. Soo much better than grey! Debatably one of the best wireless/wired noise cancelling headsets around. Pay with a fee free card to get at this price. Listed at 299 euros..Dont forget to collect the discount voucher of 29,01 euros. New, not reconditioned etc.
Price in Euros is EUR 275.17, I usually pay with a fee free card in euros, banking on the card exchange rate being better than Amazon's. Not sure if that is right or not?
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From B&W
'ADAPTIVE NOISE CANCELLATION - Perfect sound anywhere - on a plane, in the street or in the office. The best adaptive noise cancelling headphones, customisable to your exact preference.
FEEL MORE OF YOUR MUSIC - Built with the same drive units from our P9 Signature headphones, the PX provides optimised listening performance. We have also subtly angled the drivers to provide a more natural stereo perspective.
PX RESPONDS TO YOU - When you need to pause, lift an ear cup. Put PX down and it goes to sleep. Pick it up to resume playing. Worry less about your headphones, and enjoy your music more.
TO GET THE BEST FROM PX, install the latest version of the firmware. Frequency range- 10Hz to 20kHz'
Edited by: "jasee" 4th Oct
On Wuntu app you can buy them in promo for £229
Admast7904/10/2019 05:57

On Wuntu app you can buy them in promo for £229



Seems you have to be a 3 user?
Good for you. I hope it's the gold version.
They maybe cheaper on Ebay, if you want refurbished (not usually the gold version)
They are heavy and overrated my opinion, you'd be better with Sony or Bose.
daBluone04/10/2019 08:08

They are heavy and overrated my opinion, you'd be better with Sony or Bose.



Weight doesn't matter to me when they're over the ear. Bose are supposed to have good noise cancelling but the sound is not really accurate when I've tried them. Sony I have tried, including their best models in a Sony Centre but I can't remember! I usually prefer wired. These just seem very good all rounders with long battery life, not too complicated to use and to my mind look beautiful in gold!. Ideally of course you need to try them first
daBluone04/10/2019 08:08

They are heavy and overrated my opinion, you'd be better with Sony or Bose.


IMO they are better than both the Sony and the Bose. Much better sound quality but not quite as good sound cancelling. The only real downside for them is they are not good if you wear glasses whilst using them, it breaks the seal and then they sound awful.
New models have been released, this will get cheaper in a few weeks.
big_sausage04/10/2019 08:40

New models have been released, this will get cheaper in a few weeks.



Well good when they are. Particulary if they look good as well as sounding good. Black looks too techy and boring. Grey is just boring. IMO
Edited by: "jasee" 4th Oct
Porka91104/10/2019 08:38

IMO they are better than both the Sony and the Bose. Much better sound …IMO they are better than both the Sony and the Bose. Much better sound quality but not quite as good sound cancelling. The only real downside for them is they are not good if you wear glasses whilst using them, it breaks the seal and then they sound awful.



Thats interesting. I hadn't thought of that. But I suppose that's likely to happen with any over the ears type headphones?
jasee04/10/2019 10:24

Thats interesting. I hadn't thought of that. But I suppose that's likely …Thats interesting. I hadn't thought of that. But I suppose that's likely to happen with any over the ears type headphones?


More so with these, they rely way more heavily on a good seal than any other headphone I’ve ever tried. It’s as bad as having earphones that don’t fit properly. Even hair under the ear pads reduces the sound quality. They do sound sublime though if they fit you well
Porka91104/10/2019 12:12

More so with these, they rely way more heavily on a good seal than any …More so with these, they rely way more heavily on a good seal than any other headphone I’ve ever tried. It’s as bad as having earphones that don’t fit properly. Even hair under the ear pads reduces the sound quality. They do sound sublime though if they fit you well



The earpads can't be very soft or maybe they aren't a tight enough fit. Do you have a small head?
jasee04/10/2019 12:32

The earpads can't be very soft or maybe they aren't a tight enough fit. Do …The earpads can't be very soft or maybe they aren't a tight enough fit. Do you have a small head?


It’s a well known issue if you check out the forums. I don’t wear glasses with them and I don’t have long hair. I personally do not have a problem with them. They are great as far as I’m concerned.
jasee04/10/2019 08:35

I usually prefer wired.


You can usually plug a wire in, though I can't say I could tell the difference with my Sennheisers.
EndemicAlarm04/10/2019 16:20

You can usually plug a wire in, though I can't say I could tell the …You can usually plug a wire in, though I can't say I could tell the difference with my Sennheisers.


You can use them wired but they still need to have charge in them. If they go flat there is no way to listen until charged. A charge lasts over 20hrs of playing time though.
I can’t tell the difference in sound quality between Bluetooth and wired in my iPhone. I personally believe they sound better wired on my quad dac phone though. A lot of people say there’s no difference wired or blue this is just my opinion.
Edited by: "Porka911" 4th Oct
Porka91104/10/2019 16:17

It’s a well known issue if you check out the forums. I don’t wear glasses w …It’s a well known issue if you check out the forums. I don’t wear glasses with them and I don’t have long hair. I personally do not have a problem with them. They are great as far as I’m concerned.


I wear glasses and can’t tell the difference when wearing them / without them on
Have these, bought the sony xm3's instead/as well as I didn't get along with them.

Sound is great but seal is hard, cups are stiff, you can forget about looking down they are that heavy.

Noise cancelling is meh.
Edited by: "OGNinjaDon" 4th Oct
jasee04/10/2019 12:32

The earpads can't be very soft or maybe they aren't a tight enough fit. Do …The earpads can't be very soft or maybe they aren't a tight enough fit. Do you have a small head?



Porka91104/10/2019 16:17

It’s a well known issue if you check out the forums. I don’t wear glasses w …It’s a well known issue if you check out the forums. I don’t wear glasses with them and I don’t have long hair. I personally do not have a problem with them. They are great as far as I’m concerned.



Resseh04/10/2019 17:18

I wear glasses and can’t tell the difference when wearing them / without t …I wear glasses and can’t tell the difference when wearing them / without them on


Should have gone to Specsavers.
Really don't like the asymmetrical design, otherwise they look good.
If you get these then persevere ‘breaking them in’. Run them through an amp for a good few hours (20+) to ‘loosen up’ the speaker diaphragm’ so to speak, and they take a while to soften up the ear cups a bit through wearing them, and for the headband to stretch out a little. All complaints from people who expect perfection out the box and complain about them being to tight, or cups too hard, or sound not great. Defo worth the wait - great headphones.
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