Bowers & Wilkins PX Headphones Product Tour
With the Bowers & Wilkins PX wireless headphones, international red-eye flights become more tolerable. Controlling your music gets easier. And the quality of your phone’s music gets better.
Boasting a battery life that lasts up to 22 hours and technology that upsamples your phone’s music, the PX is a great pair of noise-cancelling headphones. What I really love about the PX headphones? The built-in sensors that allow you to control your headphones based on how you interact with them; take the headphones off, and your music will pause. Place them back on, and your music will start back up again.
But I won’t spoil all the details — check out the video below for the full overview:
A couple awesome things about these headphones that I've found. First, you get a 22-hour battery life, which is absolutely incredible. So no need to charge them in a middle of a plane ride or anything like that.
Second thing is when you're listening to music, the music coming into these headphones is upsampled, so they're actually trying to take the quality of the audio coming out of your phone and make it a little bit better going on here.
These'll answer phone calls for you with the microphone.
And I want to show you something really, really intuitive. These headphones will play and stop as I put them on and off my ears. So it's playing right now, and as I lift up one earpiece it'll pause. And as soon as I put it back down, I'm ready to listen again. It plays.
When you buy these headphones, what you want to do is download the Bowers & Wilkins headphone app. And inside the app, you'll see the adjustments. I can actually determine how much noise canceling I want. Am I on a flight? Am I in the city? Am I in an office?
And also with those controls, you can allow how much of the voice you want to have come through, the amplified voice, and that's just a slider control down here, so you can determine how much, if somebody's talking to you, you can still hear them with the active voice-canceling coming on. Something I haven't seen yet in any Bluetooth noise-canceling headphones.