I have to say that I'm very impress with these PX7's, their built quality is above the rest. Yes, I really mean that I have tested Bose and Sony, closest in quality from as mentioned is the Bose, and not that close. The sound is great coming out of this cans, the mids and the bass is perfect for my taste, the highs are just right overall. You will not get "sound fatigue" from these cans at all, they are made to listen to all day at steady volume. The one down side is that the app those not have an equalizer, other than that you get what you pay for....
Pros: Built quality, sound, confort
Cons: App those not have equalizer
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I have Bose QC35ii headphones and had heard good things about these. While buying some PI4s I thought I'd try these. The good: From an industrial design perspective, they're pretty and a clean design. The bad: They're heavy, thick, and most importantly, _very_ treble heavy. NC on or off, these had a high-pitched whine that gave me a headache two nights in a row. Sound is... good. But there's an unmistakable absence of bass. I really wanted to like these. But they didn't really do anything particularly well.
Cons: Sound, weight, and feel.
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I got my px7's last thursday. The sound on these headphones exceeded my expectaions. However with anything new, the features do not. Noise cancelling is fine for my applications, but the ambient pass-through degrades the sound and once turned on you cannot increase or decrease the volume. In addition to that the quick start guide showed a function labled soundscapes and when I downloaded the app it did not appear. I contacted Crutchfield, the tech was very helpful and suggested I contact Bowers and Wilkins, which made sense to me as these headphones are now on the market. I spoke to the rep who sent me this follow up to our conversation; Thank you for contacting Bowers & Wilkins Loudspeakers. The PX 7 Headphones Soundscapes option showing on our web site Quick Start Guide is a feature that was not quite ready at launch. The Ambient Pass-through adjustment not changing level is known to us and is being worked on. For the time being, Ambient Pass-through can be used to momentarily listen to sound outside your PX7s without stopping play. Kind regards, Bowers & Wilkins I have owned B&W speakers, Rotel receivers and have never been unsatisfied with the products. So I have faith that they will resolve this matter. In the mean time I will wait.
Pros: Sound, Construction, Battery life
Cons: Ambient Pass-through
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I recently acquired my pair of Bowers & Wilkins PX7 and I am delighted by the decision to purchase them every time I listen to them. For reference I also own the Bose 700, Bowers & Wilkins PX, and previously had owned the Sony WH-1000XM3. The PX7 are the best of all in terms of audio quality, build quality, noise cancelling, and comfort. Even the app is very effective yet incredibly simple.
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I was evaluating all 3 ie Bose 700, Sony MX3 & B&W and decided on B&W mainly on its structure ie carbon fiber. Sound quality I believe Bose has a negligible edge and noice canceling Sony has a slight edge. I could have been happy with either one of these choices but in the end the overall features of B&W wins.
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