Bowers & Wilkins PX7 Gray

399,99
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Key specs

Noise canceling
Yes
Maximum battery life
30 h
Type of ear cushions
Over ear
Bluetooth
Yes
Integrated microphone
Yes

Pros and cons

According to our Headphones expert
  • Pros:
    Active noise canceling muffles distracting ambient noise and white noise.
  • Pros:
    Thanks to the quick charge function, you can use the headphones for 5 hours after 15 minutes of charging.
  • Con:
    The headphones don't feature NFC.
Product Expert headphones

The Bowers & Wilkins PX7 are wireless over-ear headphones with noise canceling. Thanks to noise canceling, you'll hear the music better in a crowded environment and you won't need to turn up the volume. This technology muffles distracting ambient noise and white noise. A fully charged battery lasts 30 hours. Is your battery running low? After 15 minutes of charging, you can use the earbuds again for 5 hours.



Included by default

  • Storage case
  • USB-C charging cable
  • 3.5mm audio cable



Recommended combination

Bowers & Wilkins PX7 Gray
Bowers & Wilkins PX7 Gray
Included accessories
Dongle for bluetooth
Dongle for bluetooth
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Power bank
Power bank
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Bluetooth speaker
Bluetooth speaker
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Rating

Rating per section

Sound quality
Review score 5 out of 5 stars
10
User friendliness
Review score 4.5 out of 5 stars
9
Wearing comfort
Review score 5 out of 5 stars
10
Build quality
Review score 5 out of 5 stars
10
Design
Review score 5 out of 5 stars
10

Most helpful reviews

Most helpful reviews

Review score 5 out of 5 stars
5 / 5 stars
10/10
"Fantastisch"

By Anne van Bergen on 3 March 2020

  • Pros:
    Geluidskwaliteit
  • Pros:
    Draagcomfort
  • Pros:
    Prachtig design
  • Pros:
    Stevige case

Eindelijk noise cancelling zoals het zou moeten! Ik reis veel en ben tevens tevreden over de stevige case. Mijn Bose koptelefoon is stuk gegaan in mijn tas.

Review score 5 out of 5 stars
5 / 5 stars
9,6/10
"Superb sound, great look."

By Mahmood Shafeie Zargar on 23 February 2020

  • Pros:
    Can be used as wired headphones for those who don't like the sub-par Bluetooh quality (DAC up to 96khz)
  • Pros:
    Hi-res codecs, although still not supported on most platforms (future compatible)
  • Pros:
    Amazing clipping force that is comfortable for a 3-year as well as for a hunky adult
  • Pros:
    Very comfortable memory foam on top of the head
  • Con:
    Lack of native support for 88.2khz on the USB DAC
  • Con:
    The microphone doesn't work on USB
  • Con:
    Keeps connecting and disconnecting to and from other devices in the middle of listening on another device
  • Con:
    Terribly placed buttons that one can't avoid pressing when removing the headphones
  • Con:
    Only active operation: Once they are out of battery, they can't be used even with the headphone jack

If you like B&W's signature sound, these are for you: Punchy lows, very present mids and vocals, controlled highs and deep but narrow soundstage. They are the best B&W headphones I have ever owned (and I have had quite a few). One doesn't buy B&Ws for their noise-cancelling qualities, but on PX7 physical insulation is so good that the combination with active noise-cancelling makes them comparable to Bose.

Of course the headphones are mainly made to be used wirelessly, but what brings them up to the audiophile level is their ability to be used as an external USB sound card. I can't emphasize how valuable this is. If you have very deep pockets you may as well opt for an external DAC, a headphone amplifier and of course a pair of B&W P9 Signatures. But if your budget is not unlimited and you often listen to digital audio, these headphones offer great bang for buck. You simply connect them through USB and they offer you the shortest possible signal path (most probably fully-digital amplification) optimized for the speakers.

Fantastisch

Review score 5 out of 5 stars
5 / 5 stars
10
  • Pros:
    Geluidskwaliteit
  • Pros:
    Draagcomfort
  • Pros:
    Prachtig design
  • Pros:
    Stevige case

Eindelijk noise cancelling zoals het zou moeten! Ik reis veel en ben tevens tevreden over de stevige case. Mijn Bose koptelefoon is stuk gegaan in mijn tas.

Anne van Bergen | 3 March 2020

Superb sound, great look.

Review score 5 out of 5 stars
5 / 5 stars
9,6
  • Pros:
    Can be used as wired headphones for those who don't like the sub-par Bluetooh quality (DAC up to 96khz)
  • Pros:
    Hi-res codecs, although still not supported on most platforms (future compatible)
  • Pros:
    Amazing clipping force that is comfortable for a 3-year as well as for a hunky adult
  • Pros:
    Very comfortable memory foam on top of the head
  • Con:
    Lack of native support for 88.2khz on the USB DAC
  • Con:
    The microphone doesn't work on USB
  • Con:
    Keeps connecting and disconnecting to and from other devices in the middle of listening on another device
  • Con:
    Terribly placed buttons that one can't avoid pressing when removing the headphones
  • Con:
    Only active operation: Once they are out of battery, they can't be used even with the headphone jack

If you like B&W's signature sound, these are for you: Punchy lows, very present mids and vocals, controlled highs and deep but narrow soundstage. They are the best B&W headphones I have ever owned (and I have had quite a few). One doesn't buy B&Ws for their noise-cancelling qualities, but on PX7 physical insulation is so good that the combination with active noise-cancelling makes them comparable to Bose.

Of course the headphones are mainly made to be used wirelessly, but what brings them up to the audiophile level is their ability to be used as an external USB sound card. I can't emphasize how valuable this is. If you have very deep pockets you may as well opt for an external DAC, a headphone amplifier and of course a pair of B&W P9 Signatures. But if your budget is not unlimited and you often listen to digital audio, these headphones offer great bang for buck. You simply connect them through USB and they offer you the shortest possible signal path (most probably fully-digital amplification) optimized for the speakers.

Mahmood Shafeie Zargar | 23 February 2020

Most helpful reviews

Most helpful reviews

Review score 5 out of 5 stars
5 / 5 stars
10/10
"Fantastisch"

By Anne van Bergen on 3 March 2020

  • Pros:
    Geluidskwaliteit
  • Pros:
    Draagcomfort
  • Pros:
    Prachtig design
  • Pros:
    Stevige case

Eindelijk noise cancelling zoals het zou moeten! Ik reis veel en ben tevens tevreden over de stevige case. Mijn Bose koptelefoon is stuk gegaan in mijn tas.

Review score 5 out of 5 stars
5 / 5 stars
9,6/10
"Superb sound, great look."

By Mahmood Shafeie Zargar on 23 February 2020

  • Pros:
    Can be used as wired headphones for those who don't like the sub-par Bluetooh quality (DAC up to 96khz)
  • Pros:
    Hi-res codecs, although still not supported on most platforms (future compatible)
  • Pros:
    Amazing clipping force that is comfortable for a 3-year as well as for a hunky adult
  • Pros:
    Very comfortable memory foam on top of the head
  • Con:
    Lack of native support for 88.2khz on the USB DAC
  • Con:
    The microphone doesn't work on USB
  • Con:
    Keeps connecting and disconnecting to and from other devices in the middle of listening on another device
  • Con:
    Terribly placed buttons that one can't avoid pressing when removing the headphones
  • Con:
    Only active operation: Once they are out of battery, they can't be used even with the headphone jack

If you like B&W's signature sound, these are for you: Punchy lows, very present mids and vocals, controlled highs and deep but narrow soundstage. They are the best B&W headphones I have ever owned (and I have had quite a few). One doesn't buy B&Ws for their noise-cancelling qualities, but on PX7 physical insulation is so good that the combination with active noise-cancelling makes them comparable to Bose.

Of course the headphones are mainly made to be used wirelessly, but what brings them up to the audiophile level is their ability to be used as an external USB sound card. I can't emphasize how valuable this is. If you have very deep pockets you may as well opt for an external DAC, a headphone amplifier and of course a pair of B&W P9 Signatures. But if your budget is not unlimited and you often listen to digital audio, these headphones offer great bang for buck. You simply connect them through USB and they offer you the shortest possible signal path (most probably fully-digital amplification) optimized for the speakers.

Fantastisch

Review score 5 out of 5 stars
5 / 5 stars
10
  • Pros:
    Geluidskwaliteit
  • Pros:
    Draagcomfort
  • Pros:
    Prachtig design
  • Pros:
    Stevige case

Eindelijk noise cancelling zoals het zou moeten! Ik reis veel en ben tevens tevreden over de stevige case. Mijn Bose koptelefoon is stuk gegaan in mijn tas.

Anne van Bergen | 3 March 2020

Superb sound, great look.

Review score 5 out of 5 stars
5 / 5 stars
9,6
  • Pros:
    Can be used as wired headphones for those who don't like the sub-par Bluetooh quality (DAC up to 96khz)
  • Pros:
    Hi-res codecs, although still not supported on most platforms (future compatible)
  • Pros:
    Amazing clipping force that is comfortable for a 3-year as well as for a hunky adult
  • Pros:
    Very comfortable memory foam on top of the head
  • Con:
    Lack of native support for 88.2khz on the USB DAC
  • Con:
    The microphone doesn't work on USB
  • Con:
    Keeps connecting and disconnecting to and from other devices in the middle of listening on another device
  • Con:
    Terribly placed buttons that one can't avoid pressing when removing the headphones
  • Con:
    Only active operation: Once they are out of battery, they can't be used even with the headphone jack

If you like B&W's signature sound, these are for you: Punchy lows, very present mids and vocals, controlled highs and deep but narrow soundstage. They are the best B&W headphones I have ever owned (and I have had quite a few). One doesn't buy B&Ws for their noise-cancelling qualities, but on PX7 physical insulation is so good that the combination with active noise-cancelling makes them comparable to Bose.

Of course the headphones are mainly made to be used wirelessly, but what brings them up to the audiophile level is their ability to be used as an external USB sound card. I can't emphasize how valuable this is. If you have very deep pockets you may as well opt for an external DAC, a headphone amplifier and of course a pair of B&W P9 Signatures. But if your budget is not unlimited and you often listen to digital audio, these headphones offer great bang for buck. You simply connect them through USB and they offer you the shortest possible signal path (most probably fully-digital amplification) optimized for the speakers.

Mahmood Shafeie Zargar | 23 February 2020