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Bowers & Wilkins introduces the PX7 S2, their new high-end headphones priced at €429.

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Enhanced listening experience

After looking at what can affect your listening experience, let’s move on to what makes it better. The PX7 S2 retains the custom-made 40mm drivers, delivering the very good sound quality of the first version. Bower & Wilkins goes further and promises to improve the musical reconstruction of the device without revealing details. Another change: goodbye to the PX7 touchscreen, it’s been replaced with physical buttons for easier and faster access (especially when fully wearing the helmet, with no visibility on the latter).

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Compatibility, autonomy and availability

The model is compatible with Bluetooth 5.0, as well as aptX Adaptive, AAC and SBC codecs. You can also always connect headphones to the built-in jack. Charging is via a USB-C port, which is also suitable for connecting a smartphone to the model. As for autonomy, the English manufacturer guarantees 30 hours of use for the PX7 S2, without specifying whether this figure includes active noise cancellation or not. The helmet is 3 grams lighter than its predecessor and now weighs 307 grams. True to its minimalist nature, the PX7 S2 is available in 3 classic colors: black, pleasant Prussian blue with gold trim, and light gray with silver lines. The price is set at 429 euros.

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