British hi-fi brand Bowers & Wilkins launched its first wireless headphones, the P5 Wireless, in 2015, and followed up with the larger and more luxurious P7 Wireless.
But both of those lack a key feature in the world of wireless headphones: active noise cancellation.
Now, B&W has remedied this with the PX, the company’s first pair of wireless, noise-cancelling headphones.
Design-wise, the B&W PX most closely resemble the company’s P7 Wireless over-the-ear headphones, and indeed, they seem to have replaced that model, which isn’t listed on B&W’s website anymore. However, they are far from a simple upgrade to the P7. Read more…
Original Post: B&W launches its first wireless, noise-cancelling headphones