Welcome to "Mobile Hi-fi" – Bowers & Wilkins first "over-the-ear" headphones, P7 provides a truly immersive sound, combined with the impeccable build quality and luxurious comfort you expect from Bowers & Wilkins. P7 uses the finest materials including stainless steel, brushed aluminium and luxuriously soft leather, making P7 a delight to wear even for long listening sessions.
With P7, everything is designed to allow you to lose yourself in music. Bass is tight, vocals are precise, and there’s a wonderful sense of space, balance and clarity across the whole frequency range. And Bowers & Wilkins first over-the-ear design and snugly-fitting ear pads ensure you become completely immersed in your listening.
Wearable and portable thanks to an ingenious new folding mechanism using a highly durable stainless steel hinge, P7 folds up like a pair of sunglasses, and comes with a soft-cover carry case perfect for messenger bags or briefcases.
P7 features a revolutionary "Mobile Hi-Fi" driver that works more like a speaker drive unit – for a giant leap forward in sound quality.Click here to view a larger image
P7 Mobile Hi-Fi Headphones are Bowers & Wilkins first over-the-ear model. They are designed to raise the bar for mobile sound quality with a revolutionary new approach to headphone drive units, drawing on everything Bowers & Wilkins knows about speaker technology.
Hi-Fi drive units
Bowers & Wilkins P7 features a headphone driver that works more like the drive unit in a hi-fi speaker with a diaphragm focussed purely on the job it’s supposed to do: generate sound. The result is a drive unit with a more precise, controlled movement – and a giant leap forward in sound quality.
Dual cavity ear pads
P7 ear pads feature a dual cavity cushion design that helps the pads mould more perfectly to the contours of your head. The result is more consistent air volume between the drivers and each ear. Not only is stereo imaging enhanced, but the sound is better for every listener, with a better fit to the shape of your head.
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Bowers & Wilkins history
Nautilus was the result of a five-year research into creating the perfect loudspeaker. Many technologies developed in this project, are now found in all Bowers & Wilkins products. Click here to see a larger image
In leading recording studios around the world, music that will soon be heard everywhere is first heard through Bowers & Wilkins loudspeakers. At George Lucas’s Skywalker Sound in California, music is put to movies on the ultimate sound system, featuring Bowers & Wilkins 800 Series speakers. And at London’s world-famous Abbey Road Studios, all three main studios use Bowers & Wilkins speakers to capture the output of the world’s biggest selling artists.
Every discovery Bowers & Wilkins' scientists make in their dedicated Research and Development facility make influences how speakers all over the world are designed and built. Technologies such as Nautilus Tapering Tubes and Flowport start life in their high-end loudspeakers, but are also important factors in the likes of Zeppelin Air and their headphone range.
We’ve done it from day one
When John Bowers set up Bowers & Wilkins in 1966, experimentation in sound and recording was escalating rapidly. It was the time of Sergeant Pepper and Pet Sounds, and Bowers had a pioneering spirit to match. His ambition was revolutionary for the day, and remains so: to create a loudspeaker that neither adds nor takes away from the music. Bowers & Wilkins has been exploring the world of sound ever since. And they'll never settle for less than perfection.
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