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Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless

Over-ear Bluetooth® headphones

MFR # P7 BT REFURB

Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless

Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless

Over-ear Bluetooth® headphones

MFR # P7 BT REFURB

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Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless

Crutchfield customer from WI on 10/8/2019

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Bought these as a second pair because I like the look and feel so much (I prefer the classic look these have to the more modern PX). Great sound, improved over the older wired P7s. I like that they fit over my ears better than the PX's, which rubbed and felt less comfortable. For the other reviewer, the issue with not auto-connecting to Bluetooth is due to the headphones having another device as "primary." To clear the pairing history, you have to press down on the power switch (press it in, don't slide the switch sideways), while pressing a volume button on the same time. Then "forget" the headphones from your phone or other device. After that, the first device you pair with will be the "primary," and it will auto connect if in range when you turn the headphones on.

Pros: Comfortable, high quality sheepskin leather instead of faux that flakes off, Noise isolating instead of noise cancelling (which gives me headaches), timeless looks,

Cons: Clamping force is tight at first (breaks in,) Somewhat heavy, no noise cancelling (a plus for some),

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Bowers & Wilkins P7 Wireless

Crutchfield customer from Ames, IA on 10/1/2019

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Headphones work great. Better than I expected based on the reviews. Using wired is better but compromise of Bluetooth mode for more mobility is nice.

Pros: Comfortable, good sound quality, good sound isolation for what they are.

Cons: Have to manually connect Bluetooth each time. Aux cord provided has a unique end is pretty short (Not a huge con if your planning to use as BlueTooth though).

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