[test] Casque B&W P3 : comme une paire de charentaises
14 January 2015
Summary: Alors, que conclure sur ce casque? Sûrement que c’est celui qui ravira le plus de monde pour son confort, son côté pratique (pliable) et sa télécommande 3 boutons (cette pique est dédiée à Philips)… Les puristes du son lui reprocheront un rendu trop typé, manquant de finesse sur les médiums et un...
Pros: + Ultra confortable, + Pliable, + Boitier de transport fourni, + Câble supplémentaire sans télécommande fourni
Cons: - Rendu sonore inférieur à ses principaux concurrents, - Câble en Y, - Câble de mauvaise qualité qui fait des noeuds, - Boitier de transport rigide et trop gros
Bowers & Wilkins P3 Headphones Review: The Little Headphones with Big Cojones
13 October 2012
Summary: The P3 headphones are exactly what we would expect from Bowers & Wilkins. They are small, light weight, and extremely comfy. Unfortunately, for those that have bigger ears – these may not be for you, as the ear cups are definitely on the smaller side of the scale.
Pros: Excellent craftsmanship, lightweight and comfortable fit, easily portable, offers a well-rounded listening experience that does Bowers & Wilkins justice and the blue P3 headphones really stand out.
Cons: The included cable is a bit on the thin side, the carrying case is impressive but a bit overwhelming, we would have liked a smidgen of more bass, and some may think the ear cups are too small.
Summary: Hi all,
I thought I would share my first impressions and experience with this headphone. :) I will only concentrate on the sound part, since everyone knows how well built and comfortable they are (or can be... for me they are really comfortable).
Pros: Punchy bass, good soundstage and 3D imaging, lovely vocals
Cons: Can seem muddy if your expectations are too high.... slightly recessed treble, price..
Excerpt: Two years ago, Bowers & Wilkins debuted its P5 headphones , some of the best-sounding compact headphones we’d ever heard. B&W’s design for the P5s coupled a minimalist and luxurious aesthetic — complete with supple memory-foam ear pads swathed in black New Zealand sheep leather — with truly stunning...
Pros: Great sound quality, as expected from the Brit audio powerhouse. 30-millimeter mylar drivers handle mids and lows with gusto. Cables snake under the earpads, protecting the connection jack. Earpads and cables are user-replaceable. Folding design makes them great for travel. Available in black or ...
Cons: Light on high-end detail — you’ll have to fiddle with your EQ. Ambient noise isolation is lacking. Stowing them away inside the plastic case takes patience and practice. Cheap, thin cable.
Conclusion: The P3 headphones are a big step up for people on the move. Their warmth, detail and comfort are first-rate. I would recommend leaving them in your carry-all once you get to your destination, though.
Pros: Tuned just right for commuting, Very well built, Classy, Affordable (for B&W), Very comfortable, Foldable, Strong, protective case, Replaceable cable
Cons: Too bassy and muffled sounding for quiet environments
Excerpt: ). Priced at $100 less than the top-of-the-line P5, the P3 shares many of the P5’s attributes, such as a removable/replaceable cable and Mylar diaphragm drivers. There are two primary differences between the P3 and P5.