Excerpt: Hemos tenido la posibilidad de analizar uno de los últimos productos que nos ha presentado la prestigiosa marca Bowers&Wilkins , los auriculares P5 . Con un diseño exclusivo y con unos materiales de auténtica calidad que destacan a primera vista. Son unos auriculares de diadema que sin embargo incorporan un sistema de aislamiento del ruido externo muy eficaz, siendo bastante cómodos aunque los lleves puestos durante largas sesiones de audición.
Bowers and Wilkins P5 Series 2 (review): Swanky on-ear headphone looks the same but sounds even better
1 October 2014
Summary: The Bowers and Wilkins P5 Series 2 has the same winning design of its highly rated predecessor, but now it sounds even better.
Pros: The Bowers and Wilkins P5 Series 2 headphones have excellent build quality and rich, well-balanced sound that's now more transparent and accurate. Its earpads are removable and the two included cables are detachable (one has a built-in Apple friendly remote/microphone). The tight seal shuts out a lot of external noise and the headphones don't leak sound. A protective carrying case is included.
Cons: Somewhat pricey; leather earpads will cause your ears to get steamy on warmer days; not all remote features will work with Android and Windows devices.
Excerpt: Curiosity got the best of me when the assignment came to listen to B&W’s new headphones. As far as I knew, Bowers and Wilkins was not a name I had previously associated with headphones. The P5 is their first headphone and is part of a new group that B&W calls Mobile Hi-Fi. And you can put a strong emphasis on fidelity because these phones sound great.
Summary: The Bowers & Wilkins P5 headphones may cost a pretty penny, but they're well-built, look great and sound fantastic. Also, the in-cable remote control is a useful feature for iPod and iPhone users.
Pros: Excellent sound quality; good noise-isolation capability; sturdy construction; appealing design; useful in-cable remote control for iPods and the iPhone 3GS.
Cons: Thin and delicate cable; low end may prove too dominant for some.
Excerpt: Walk into any Apple Store, and you will find a number of different headphones hooked up to iPods and iPhones on display. The B&W P5 Mobile HiFi Stereo Headphones will quickly stand out as a handsomely stylish set, but do these live up to their $299.95 MSRP price tag? Are they even worth a second glance? Find out after the jump! From music moguls like Dr.
Summary: While my obsessive desire for very high fidelity wasn’t satisfied with the Bowers & Wilkins P5, my desire for a good listening experience on the move certainly was. The emphatic but tight bass response, coupled with a balanced warmish tilt and laid-back highs, made for a very pleasant and non-fatiguing listening experience.
Excerpt: Bowers & Wilkins, a name synonymous with high fidelity and premium products, recently unveiled the B&W P5 Mobile Hi-Fi headphones, a pair of headphones long overdue for iPod, iPhone and other mobile players. The P5’s, designed by Morten Warren (the designer behind the B&W Zeppelin ) certainly looks as great as it will inevitably sound (yes, we give B&W that much credit).
HomeTechTell Review: Bowers & Wilkins P5 Mobile Headphones
7 December 2010
Excerpt: I’m a pesce-pollotarian, which I know sounds like a spooky offshoot of the Anglican Church, but really it’s just a snooty way of saying I don’t eat mammals: no cows, no pigs, no horses or monkeys or golden retrievers, and certainly no adorable little sheep. So I’ll admit to feeling more than a moment of hesitation upon unboxing B&W’s P5 Mobile Headphones , with their supple New Zealand sheep’s leather earpads — and more than a mere pang of guilt.