New line of wireless headphones from Bowers & Wilkins
Bowers & Wilkins has introduced its newest line of 2019 headphones in a range of designs.
Each pair starts with custom-designed drivers developed specifically for each headphone wearing style, from the 43mm drivers in the top-of-the line Over-Ear PX7, to the exclusive dual hybrid drivers in the sporty In-Ear PI3.
Tim Johnston, SVP and GM of Headphone Business Unit at Bowers & Wilkins, commented: “We’ve worked extremely hard to create a line of headphones that deliver music the way the artists intended it to be heard.”
These new headphones will be the first commercially available aptX adaptive sync devices.
Based on the ultra-low power Qualcomm QCC5100 Series Bluetooth Audio SoCs with the all new aptX Adaptive audio technology experience robust, low-latency, high resolution wireless technology at 24/48 streaming quality. The headphones also include ANC that runs at 16 times the sampling rate to ensure the best performance with no degradation to the audio quality.
Featuring over-ear ear cups for complete noise cancellation; fast USB-C charging, long battery life for up to 30 hours of uninterrupted ANC play on a single charge; proximity sensors built into both ear cups – pause music when cups are lifted off, resumes when they are placed back on the ear; and custom carbon fibre composite arms for optimal strength, durability and lightweight comfort.
Smaller, lighter on-ear design with customisable Adaptive Active Noise Cancellation technology to block out unwanted noise; fast USB-C charging, long battery life; a combination of six microphones to block distracting ambient noise; custom carbon fibre composite arms.
Exclusive hybrid dual drivers coupled with separate amplifiers, packed into a small, sporty in-ear model; fast USB-C charging; flexible silicone neckband and magnetic ear buds for lightweight, tangle-free, continuous wear.
PI4 Wireless In-Ear Headphones with Active Noise Cancellation:
In-ear headphones with Adaptive Active Noise Cancellation; fast USB-C charging; magnetic clips – the earpieces clip together when you take them off, automatically pausing the music. Unclip them and pick up where you left off.