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Bowers & Wilkins PX7 Wireless Over Ear Headphones with Active Noise Cancellation - Space Grey - £269 @ Richer Sounds
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Bowers & Wilkins PX7 Wireless Over Ear Headphones with Active Noise Cancellation - Space Grey - £269 @ Richer Sounds

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Posted 31st Dec 2019

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Browsing on amazon and Seen this, it been around £284 on previous post. Amazon have it for £269

Credits to @merb0786 for suggestion

  • Built from legend: drivers that push the sound forward. The 43mm drivers in the PX7 are the largest in our headphone collection, built and tuned by the same engineers behind the Bowers & Wilkins 800 series diamond speakers used in Abbey Road studios







  • Cancels noise clean out: Adaptive Noise cancelling that automatically Responds to your environment to keep the outside world out of the music








  • 30 hours of possibility: you can do a lot in 30 hours. You could fly from California to London and back, with some time to spare. You could also start a band or see every stage at the festival, twice. Listen uninterrupted on a single battery charge. And if that’s not enough, a fifteen minute quick Charge gets you 5 more hours








  • Follows your lead: the PX7 obeys your every move. Lift an ear cup to hear what’s happening around you, and the music automatically stops. Put it back, and the music plays on







  • Inspired by race cars: the woven carbon fibre composite arms of the PX7 mimic the strength and agility of the fastest vehicles in the world, channeling pure sound to you and holding up against everyday wear and tear. So throw them in your overnight bag or your work bag and get ready to plunge into sound
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Good price however you can grab them from Richer Sounds for £249 using code 'HP20'

richersounds.com/bow…tml

May want to update your deal with this perhaps?
merb078631/12/2019 10:51

Good price however you can grab them from Richer Sounds for £249 using …Good price however you can grab them from Richer Sounds for £249 using code 'HP20'https://www.richersounds.com/bowers-wilkins-px7-space-grey.htmlMay want to update your deal with this perhaps?



Thanks I've updated it and gave you the credits for finding it
Jbotz31/12/2019 10:57

Thanks I've updated it and gave you the credits for finding it


Nice one mate
I had the original px headphones and these are better in every way including comfort, the reason I had to see the previous iteration.
I bought these on saturday when they were £289, do you reckon Richer Sounds would price match/refund the difference?
lewwyt31/12/2019 11:48

I bought these on saturday when they were £289, do you reckon Richer …I bought these on saturday when they were £289, do you reckon Richer Sounds would price match/refund the difference?



I think they would, give them a call worse case scenario will be buying it again and sending the ones you brought back
naqvial31/12/2019 11:31

I had the original px headphones and these are better in every way …I had the original px headphones and these are better in every way including comfort, the reason I had to see the previous iteration.


Worth the upgrade then ?
lewwyt31/12/2019 11:48

I bought these on saturday when they were £289, do you reckon Richer …I bought these on saturday when they were £289, do you reckon Richer Sounds would price match/refund the difference?


Yes, just call
Edited by: "xavierluther" 31st Dec 2019
Definately. I will buy these. Better sound, better noise cancelling, better bass, much much better comfort and incredible battery life. Must buy from me.
Compared to the original pxs these are better in every way except the sound. They are very bass heavy even more so than the Sony wh1000xm3. They are very coarse on some vocals and can sound muddled. The Dali io6 are much better if you like the original pxs. These are just so different in sound. Not my taste I returned mine in the end and now have the Dali's we are all different though so if you do like the sound then these really are a bargain
Jbotz31/12/2019 11:50

I think they would, give them a call worse case scenario will be …I think they would, give them a call worse case scenario will be buying it again and sending the ones you brought back


Thanks, emailed them and they just confirmed they will refund the difference
Don’t suppose anyone has tried these and the Sony WH-1000XM3 that could give an honest opinion? I listen to all sorts of music. I currently have some Beyerdynamic Custom 1 pro’s that I’m happy with but want to go wireless. The noise cancelling is not a big deal for me.
Using an iPhone XS - important to mention since it uses AAC, rather than Aptx HD - I have compared a Bose QC35, PX7 and Bang & Olufsen H9 (3rd Gen).

The Bose are the easiest to use with great ANC, possibility to have dual Bluetooth connections and possibility to use when the battery is empty (using cable).

The H9 is similar to above, without as good ANC and (in my opinion, not the best max volume). Plus replaceable battery (via B&O) - I eventually picked them for style and sound.

The PX7, I believe, are the best in terms of sound quality and volume. They lack the possibility to use (at all) if the battery is flat. Style wise, taste dependent, they’re a bit too big to wear outside, for me.

Great deal! Thumbs up!!
Edited by: "TT_M" 31st Dec 2019
Great sound but try before you buy.... soooo damn heavy and not very stable on the head. A real shame as love B&W headphones!!
Winklexx31/12/2019 21:05

Don’t suppose anyone has tried these and the Sony WH-1000XM3 that could g …Don’t suppose anyone has tried these and the Sony WH-1000XM3 that could give an honest opinion? I listen to all sorts of music. I currently have some Beyerdynamic Custom 1 pro’s that I’m happy with but want to go wireless. The noise cancelling is not a big deal for me.


Tried both and bought the Sony’s for the reasons in my other post. Hope it helps.
Plugman1731/12/2019 13:30

Compared to the original pxs these are better in every way except the …Compared to the original pxs these are better in every way except the sound. They are very bass heavy even more so than the Sony wh1000xm3. They are very coarse on some vocals and can sound muddled. The Dali io6 are much better if you like the original pxs. These are just so different in sound. Not my taste I returned mine in the end and now have the Dali's we are all different though so if you do like the sound then these really are a bargain


I do not find them bass heavy, honestly.
JasonKennedy31/12/2019 21:49

Tried both and bought the Sony’s for the reasons in my other post. Hope it …Tried both and bought the Sony’s for the reasons in my other post. Hope it helps.


I’m very swayed towards the Sony’s, just waiting for my refund to come through for these crappy ‘Beats’ things I ordered in a moment of madness. I watch a lot of this guys reviews and from the comparison towards the end I’m pretty sure the Sonys are for me.

youtu.be/D7r…mvo
JasonKennedy31/12/2019 21:49

Tried both and bought the Sony’s for the reasons in my other post. Hope it …Tried both and bought the Sony’s for the reasons in my other post. Hope it helps.


I have the Sony's had the px7 and now the Dali's. Dali's have the best sound by a long way usable noise cancelling but the Sony is the best noise cancelling. Personally I would choose the Sonys over these they have better sound and better fit. I found the px7's have a strange character. Good at times but always with an overbearing bass. At their best they do sound good trouble is the bad sound is very bad. Muddled with a grainy treble. Shame as ergonomically they are good the buttons work in a positive way. They have the best case out of any cans I have owned. The Sonys are quite balanced even if the bass is boosted. They are like listening to music in sound proofed room. Both poor on call quality though. I hope this helps.
Winklexx31/12/2019 21:05

Don’t suppose anyone has tried these and the Sony WH-1000XM3 that could g …Don’t suppose anyone has tried these and the Sony WH-1000XM3 that could give an honest opinion? I listen to all sorts of music. I currently have some Beyerdynamic Custom 1 pro’s that I’m happy with but want to go wireless. The noise cancelling is not a big deal for me.


Personally I do not like how the Sony WH 1000XM3 sound, although they are praised in all the reviews (except for one which I thought was more realistic). I think it is important for you to try them and decide for yourself. The PX7 are a bit more heavier but you get used to it. They are not too stable on the head, keep this in mind if you want to do sport or take them to the gym with you. However, for normal walking and using them at home, office, travel are very good. The sound quality is the part I like the most, as it is simply beautiful.
Edited by: "radu.sebi" 1st Jan
Received my PX7's this afternoon, very impressed upgrading from the PX's. A lot lighter and much more comfortable. Sound quality is fantastic
radu.sebi31/12/2019 22:01

I do not find them bass heavy, honestly.


Agreed. I think they're really well balanced. The bass isn't heavy, it's just noticably clear and tight (rather than muddy or rumbling/distorted).
Anyone compared these with Sony, Bose and Sennheiser?
Plugman1731/12/2019 13:30

Compared to the original pxs these are better in every way except the …Compared to the original pxs these are better in every way except the sound. They are very bass heavy even more so than the Sony wh1000xm3. They are very coarse on some vocals and can sound muddled. The Dali io6 are much better if you like the original pxs. These are just so different in sound. Not my taste I returned mine in the end and now have the Dali's we are all different though so if you do like the sound then these really are a bargain


I've had the originals and the new ones sound better to me!
mccririck31/12/2019 23:38

Anyone compared these with Sony, Bose and Sennheiser?


I think you have to test them all and see which one sounds better for you
radu.sebi01/01/2020 12:56

I think you have to test them all and see which one sounds better for you


That's very true spend at least 30 minutes. Listen to tracks that impress you and some that don't so you can gauge how good your new cans can be.
Still think the old P7 Wireless are better sounding than the PX and PX7. Shame they discontinued them
Edited by: "galactus2013" 2nd Jan
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