Bowers & Wilkins P5 Review

By July 7, 2016Electronics
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#3 Bowers & Wilkins P5

#3 Bowers & Wilkins P5

Sound Quality








The Good

  • Comfort
  • Premium Sound Performance
  • Portable
  • Noise Isolation

The Bad

  • Remote
  • Hot Ears

Comfort: Finished with sheep’s leather, the Bowers & Wilkins P5 headphones combine unique design and technology to create a luxurious feel and sound. In addition to its leather finish, the inside of the earpads are made from ultra soft cushioning, providing long-lasting comfort.
Premium Sound Performance: With the P5 model, the sound you hear is completely natural – as close to the sound of the original recording as you can possibly get – Bowers & Wilkins call it true sound. The drivers in these headphones are designed to work like hi-fi speakers and provide premium sound quality and performance. You’ll forget you have headphones on and just feel the music.
Portable: Featuring a foldable design and a carrying case for travel, these headphones are extremely portable and will transport safely if stored correctly.
Noise Isolation: Gimmicky effects, like exaggerated bass or enhanced treble, can get tiresome during extended periods of listening. The P5’s natural audio performance means you can enjoy your favorite music for longer without fatigue. In addition, its closed-back design, rigid metal faceplates and sealed earpads ensure you hear all the detail you could possibly want in your music.
Remote: You get both a standard cable, and an additional cable with a remote and microphone that works well with Apple devices. The cable with the remote and microphone doesn’t perform well with Android or other phone brands and the remote loses some functionality.
Hot Ears: Although sheep’s leather is extremely comfortable to the touch, these headphones can make your ears a bit steamy on hotter days.
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Thomas J.

About Thomas J.

Thomas J. grew up surrounded by electronics—apparently quite a bit of static rubbed off on him. Whether it’s the latest phones or the loudest speakers, he’s got quite an opinion on which model is the best.