P3 headphones reveal whatever you listen to in detail with pristine highs and lows, an open midrange and all round balanced and natural performance.
Constructed from lightweight aluminium and durable rubber, with specially designed acoustic cloth ear pads with memory foam, P3 headphones are light and comfortable.
P3 headphones are highly portable, folding up for easy storage, with a hardshell carry case to protect them in your backpack or rucksack.
Made for iPad, iPod and iPhone
With an in-line remote control and mic, you can get the most out of your iPhone, iPod or iPad. Make hands-free iPhone calls and control your iPod without taking it out of your pocket or bag.
- High-definition Bowers & Wilkins sound
- Dynamic driver
- Mylar-damped laminate diaphragms
- Acoustic cloth earpads
- OFC cables
- In-line mic and remote
- Hard shell carry case
Did you notice?Dynamic 30-mm drivers and Mylar-damped laminate diaphragms with acoustic cloth earpads all combine to make these truly high-definition headphones.
Apple Recommends ForListening to music with high fidelity on your iPhone or iPod.
What's in the Box?
- Bowers & Wilkins P3 On-Ear Headphones
- Hard shell carry case
- Universal cable
- Quick start guide
- Frequency Response: 10 Hz - 20,000 Hz
- Impedance: 34 ohms
- THD: <1%
- Other Features: Foldable, With Remote and Mic, Sound Isolating
- Form Factor: On Ear
- Cable Length: 120 cm
- No. of Microphones: 1
- UPC or EAN No.: 714346317776
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Ratings & Reviews
these are quite expensive, but well worth it, they give really detailed play back, and although there is no noise suppression, the these are quite expensive, but well worth it, they give really detailed play back, and although there is no noise suppression, they do well in noisy areas, such as public transport.
i listen mostly to classical music, and you can clearly hear all the instrumental and vocal lines clearly, the rock albums I have are also clear and now really interesting
they are quite comfortable to use, and the blue ones I have look really cool …
- Written by Peter B from gateshead
1 of 1 people found this useful
Brilliant little headphones.
I've had these since the moment they were first released and have loved them ever since. The sound and build quality is phenomenal I've had these since the moment they were first released and have loved them ever since. The sound and build quality is phenomenal, far surpassed my expectations and rival the experience of sitting in front of my vacuum tube stereo system at home.
The provided case is perfect for traveling and keeping your investment safe.
I would definitely recommend these headphones to any avid music enthusiast, or someone who simply wants brilliant audio quality on the go. The P3s are worth every penny. …
- Written by Angus M from Edinburgh
3 of 3 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Anyone use these while working out? Are they uncomfortable when you're sweaty?
- Asked by Richard V from Irvine
Are they wireless?
- Asked by Joanna F from Dubai
P3's are not wireless but they are one of the best sounding headsets...EVER !! If you're looking f P3's are not wireless but they are one of the best sounding headsets...EVER !! If you're looking for bass thumpers, go find something else. These will let you hear music as the artist intended. Clear highs, bright midrange and deep bass if that's what is supposed to be heard. I've had mine for 5 years and they're still going strong. …
- Answered by David M from Chicago
Do these headphones work for someone wearing hearing aides? (Not able to get enough amplification with ipad volume alone)
- Asked by Mary W from Milbank
The previous answer is correct. However, I also wear hearing aids and spent quite a bit of time in The previous answer is correct. However, I also wear hearing aids and spent quite a bit of time in the Apple Store trying on various headphones. These are definitely louder to the point that for the first time ever, I was not maxing out the volume. I'm totally not accustomed to listening with the sound turned down. In addition, the sound quality is excellent. I recommend them for others of us who love music but have trouble hearing it. …
- Answered by Lindy M W from Cincinnati
How much sound do these leak?
- Asked by Voytek G
they leak a little bit but nobody will hear what you are hearing.
- Answered by Cheol C from Ithaca
Can you change the ear pads on the P3 once they become dirty or is there any leather switch outs available?
- Asked by Erica M from Cibolo
The earpads are acoustic fabric. They're quite comfortable. My friend has the P5s which have leath The earpads are acoustic fabric. They're quite comfortable. My friend has the P5s which have leather. They offer a bit better sound isolation but he complains that they get a little hot in the summer. Replacements should be available through your local B+W dealer. …
- Answered by Michael C from Toronto
Do these headphones sound good?
- Asked by Adam H
Yes. Out of the box they sound muddy and very bass loaded. Burn them in over a weekend by playing lo Yes. Out of the box they sound muddy and very bass loaded. Burn them in over a weekend by playing loud music and they transform - the treble opens up, the midrange comes through and they sound very nice indeed. They remain slightly bass-forward, but nothing like the Beats headphones. They also drive nicely from an iPhone or iPod/Pad without separate amplification. …
- Answered by N D R N