Bowers & Wilkins P7 Mobile Headphones

  • AED 1,999.00

Bowers & Wilkins P7 Mobile Headphones

  • Overview

    Impressive sound

    The P7 Mobile Headphones provide faultless sound for the music enthusiast. The tight bass, defined vocals and well-balanced frequency ranges let you easily lose yourself in your playlist.

    Complete audio immersion

    The headphones drive unit is built to replicate the sound performance of a hi-fi speaker, with controlled and precise movement for impressive sound quality.

    Long-lasting design

    Created to last, the headphones are made from steel and aluminium with a soft leather casing. The over-ear design and dual cavity ear pads allow the headphones to mould to your head for a comfortable and immersive listening experience. They fold up like sunglasses for easy storage in their carry case and so are ideal for taking on your travels.

    Dual-cavity ear pads

    The dual-cavity cushion design allows the pads to mold to the contours of your head. It maintains a consistent volume of air between the drive unit and the surface of your ear at both sides of the head. This means enhanced stereo imaging and optimized sound for every listener.


    Hi-fi inspired drive unit provides precise sound performance

    Over-ear design and snugly-fitting ear pads give comfort and noise-isolation

    Foldable for easy storage

    Stainless steel, aluminium and genuine sheepskin leather for comfort and durability

    Did you notice?

    The P7 headphone are foldable so you can carry them with you to listen to your iPad, iPhone or iPod whenever and wherever you want.

    Apple Recommends For

    Enjoying your iTunes playlist with high-quality, noise-isolating sound even when you’re on the go.

    What’s in the Box?

    Bowers & Wilkins P7 Mobile Headphones

    Universal cable

    Carry case

    Literature pack

    1/4" adapter

    Tech Specs

    Frequency Response: 10 Hz to 20 khz

    Impedance: 22 ohms

    THD: <1%

    Other Features: Foldable, With Remote and Mic, Sound Isolating

    Form Factor: Over Ear

    Cable Length: 1.2 m

    Manufacturer Information

    Part Number

    Mfr. Part Number: FP36099

    UPC or EAN No.: 714346319701


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  • Questions?
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    iPhone Models

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    • iPod classic 120GB (2008)
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  • Answers from the community

    • How are the p7 different from the p5
      • Asked by Herman J from Baton Rouge
      • on 22-Jul-2014


      Whole order of magnitude different experience. P5s sound good and are quite comfortable - much mor Whole order of magnitude different experience. P5s sound good and are quite comfortable - much more so than I think they look as the leather is very accommodating on the ear. However, having been back and forth between these two, I can tell you that the P7 is a much more involving experience with not just a broader frequency range - warm deep bass, but in keeping with the music, not overdriven, and yet the sound stage for the higher frequencies is simply delightful and seems to offer better separation and clarity that the P5. It's for sure not just about over vs on-ear...

      • Written by Simon C from Raleigh
      • on 10-Dec-2014