From its earliest beginnings in 1966, Bowers & Wilkins has been a brand that pushes the envelope in terms of speaker features and electronic capacity. Known as the wireless earbud that doesn’t compromise “sound quality for wireless convenience,” Bowers & Wilkins has launched its latest offering with the Bowers & Wilkins PI7 & PI5 earbuds. The PI7 model offers a 24-bit True Wireless design with Qualcomm aptX™ Adaptive technology for high-resolution sound. Dual Hybrid Drive units with individual amplifiers are also featured. The PI7 offers adaptive noise cancellation that successfully analyzes ambient noises and adapts the output for an optimal listening experience. Users can expect to get around 4 hours of charge from the earbuds themselves with another 16 hours from the case.
The Bowers & Wilkins PI5 model enables earbud-to-earbud synchronization, supports Qualcomm’s TrueWireless Stereo Plus technology, and is capable of aptX wireless transmission, which ensures CD-quality playback. The PI5 earbuds also feature a selectable noise-canceling capability and two built-in microphones per earbud. The buds themselves offer around 4.5 hours of charge, with another 18 hours from the case. Both the PI5 and PI7 models come with a smart charging case for fast wireless charging.
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