Summary: Great sound, we'll worth the money. First used for a 9-hour flight to Honolulu. Found them to be comfortable throughout the flight. Noise cancellation is good with the over the ear fit. They're not active noise cancellation headphones so don't expect them to be; however, they do quite well.
Summary: Very nice build quality. Look and feel like a it should for the price of these set of headphones. They fit a little too tight on your head. The sound quality is very smooth, a little lacking in treble detail. I think the sound of these is not up to the price this cost.
Summary: This is my first headphone purchase. I wanted to use these with my iPhone and iPad as well as with my integrated amp and DAC. I listened to a $300 pair of Beats and Bose noise canceling headphones here in Peoria but wasn't impressed with either. I love the B&W P7's.
Pros: Sound stage, quality, comfort and convenience. Perfect for use with mobile devices. Audiophile quality with an integrated amp/DAC
Summary: Having owned the original version of the P5 headphone I jumped at the chance to purchase these. The sound is rich, the lows, midrange, and high end blend nicely. I would say the the midrange does seem to get a little bump in the overall balance.
Pros: Great, rich sound. Nice leather carry case Beautifully designed with premium materials
Cons: Might be large for some used to smaller headphones. But I prefer over the ears vs. the on ears that smaller headphones designs have.
Summary: The P7 offers impressive build quality, good comfort, and smooth, rich, well-balanced sound and the design shuts out a lot of the external noises around the house. The headphones fold up (not flat) to fit into an included half-moon shaped carrying case.
Pros: Simply Awesome!
Cons: I have no negative comment Cons reference the Bowers & Wilkins P7.