Bowers and Wilkins P7 wireless headphones 2017 audiophile review (+unboxing) | DHRME #15

Buy the Bowers & Wilkins P7 (wireless):
Buy the Sony ZX2 hi-res music player:
Buy the Bowers & Wilkins P7 (wired):

In this video DHRME and a true audiophile (Andrew) give their opinion on the B & W P7 wireless after using it for a while.

These $400 headphones might not be for everyone and it will depend on what you use them for. This video should help you decide!

A similar range headphones are the Sony MDR-1000x. Check out the review here:

The comparison of the Bowers & Wilkins P7 wireless and Sony MDR-1000x:

Andrew’s custom guitars can be found here:


Brand: Bowers & Wilkins
Product Line: Bowers & Wilkins
Model: P7
Width: 7.5 in
Depth: 2.8 in
Height: 7.6 in
Weight: 10.23 oz
Body Material: aluminum, stainless steel
Earpad Material: Leather
Manufacturer: Bowers & Wilkins
Headphones Form Factor: Circumaural
Headphones Technology: dynamic
Sound Output Mode: stereo
Frequency Response: 10 Hz
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD): 0.3 %
Sensitivity: 111 dBV/uBar
Impedance: 22 Ohm
Diaphragm: 1.6 in
Type: headphones
Connector: Type mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm
Included Accessories: carrying case
Color Category: black

Music credits:
DHRME title track (Rohan)
Down ‘N Dirty (Jingle Punks)


vishwas jain says:

guys could you compare this to the Bose QC 35 and give me an opinion as to which is the better choice, I don’t really like the extra noise cancellation offered by the Qc 35, its too much I feel, how does the P7 wireless compare in terms of noise cancellation and isolation ,, thanks

l0ng ev1ty says:

You guys are awesome

TalsVids says:

I’ve had the P7 Wireless since release and they are phenomenally good sound quality.

Prior to getting the P7 wireless, I had the wired P7. I find the sound quality on the P7 wireless to be noticeable better. I read somewhere that Bowers & Wilkins tweaked the speaker in the P7 wireless and also used different acoustic foam in the ear cups.

I also find the P7 wireless easier to drive. And by this I mean, when I was listening with the wired P7, I used to need the volume set at 70-80 percent.
With the P7 wireless, I only need the volume set at 50 percent.

SET Natsukashii says:

@DHRME B&W P7, V-moda crossfade wireless 2 or the Sony mdr1000x.
which one of these 3 has the best sound quality?

i would love to hear your insight between these 3 headphones.

Ninjafrog84 says:

You guys are the best..enjoy ur humor! Love from Isr..#SUB4SURE

Abhi Muktheeswarar says:

Where is the link to the comparison B&W vs SONY video u guys mentioned?

Antonio Vargas says:

Man your guys subtle joke are super funny … roll with it

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