Summary: The ability to buy a factory refurbished P5 is why I afforded this purchase. And, it was well worth the expense. Sound is full and clear with decent bass. The comfort is great. This might be because these headphones have been used, but there was no break-in period as with other headphones I have...
Pros: Sound, build quality, comfort, and cost at the price point of a factory refurbished item. Warrantee is two years.
Summary: I love these. They may not be the absolute best sounding headphones available at any price. For the price, they are very nice. The sound is excellent, the build is excellent, they do a great job of blocking outside sound, and the leather feels so good.
Summary: My P5 is a solid 5 Stars. I tested this product against another top headset and without question, the P5 was unmatched. The db ratio is outstanding. You better have top notch recordings or the P5 will let you know.
Summary: These P5's are amazing. The sound clear and ture even without a headphone amp. The fit and finish is the best I've ever seen and you don't look ridiculous wearing them. I only gave noise reduction 4 stars because I can still hear stuff going on in the background when I wear them at the office.
Pros: Looks great, sounds great quality build.
Cons: Not perfect noise reduction, but the are great as far as non-noise cancelation headphones go.
Summary: By far, the best earphones I've heard, I've had AKG's 240M, Senheisser 101, and many others. and basically, you will hear things in the recordings that you've never heard before. I also loved the no plastic, so if you lean on a pillow, you do not hear the boxy platiky sound, You actually don't hear...
Don`t mind the nay sayers, these headphones are great! And they sound great
9 October 2012
Summary: For $300.00 one expects a great set of headphones ...and these deliver in spades. Before buying the P5s I did read a lot of reviews on them, even on snobby stereo connoisseur sites with many of the reviews there not having much good to say about them.
Summary: Finally my winner for best $300 headphones are the B&W P5’s, the Bowers Wilkins P5’s for those who don’t name drop B&W P5’s in conversation. I really don’t know where to start, is it the visuals, the good looks, the engineering, the sleek sexy body (just look at it), the touch, yeah, that’s the...