Design and Build
The music on Bowie & Wilkins P7 Wireless Headphones is warm and is engaging. The bass on these wireless headphones is punchy, generous and it’s very gratifying when listening to it. Though, at times, the bass is a little too energetic.
They also have controlled the highs, while not overdoing the treble. The mids has clarity, and the vocals also have more detail to them. Its details that these wireless headphones are refreshing. It’s like listening to a new song even if you’ve heard it before.
The dynamics have good control. There’s smoothness on harmonic sound and a booming bass music. Everything is full-bodied, which can take you high and low. Admittedly, these pair of wireless headphones will make you enjoy your music experience.
You can turn on the P7 Wireless Headphones by sliding the button used to turn it on. This button can be found on the right ear cup. Pair the headphone with a Bluetooth device by pressing the same button for a few seconds. The P7 wireless headphones can store up to seven devices.
You can get 17 hours of playtime on a single charge with these wireless headphones. The battery is a Lithium-Polymer, and it can get fully-charged after two and a half hours of charging.
Cost and Materials
The cost of one P7 wireless headphones is $$$ but bear in mind that most of the cost goes to how premium the materials they’ve used in creating them.
The glinting metal and soft black leather give it class. They also have installed a memory foam that’s easy to remove and held by magnets.
If you like doing outdoor activities, this is the perfect wireless headphones for you. It has an impressive build, as they only used premium materials. I’m comfortable using it when jogging or hiking since they won’t easily get broken.
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