Nowadays headphones have happened to be a fashion accessory and not only a medium that brings you a high-quality sound in your ear. If you are demanding on sound as well as headphone’ s look, you should definitely sharpen your hearing and sight for Bowers and Wilkins P9 Signature Headphones.
Their exterior is dressed in Saffiano leather and protected by a cleverly designed, collapsible Alcantara case. Before they produce even a note of music, these headphones evoke a sense of high quality and craftsmanship that makes them easy to love. But premium design and materials don’t come cheap, and Bowers & Wilkins asks a hefty $899.99 for the privilege of owning its P9 Signature cans.
On the inside, B&W has engineered a new suspension system for the audio driver that helps it deliver its payload without introducing undesired vibrations and resonance that would discolor the music. Going even further, the company has decoupled each ear cup from the headband, so distortions and reverberations are kept to a minimum. The ear pads are held in place using magnets, that are a joy to play with, rather like the AirPods container — and inside them is a mesh-covered speaker that’s angled to more naturally channel sound into your ear. All of this fancy engineering is happening in a collapsible design, which is substantially larger than a pair of Beats Solos, but still highly portable and easy to power with just a smartphone.
Designed for people who loves music!
Owner B&W P9 Signature Headphones Musician Thurston Moore from the band Sonic Youth
Bowers & Wilkins, or B&W, is a British company that produces audio equipment, most notably loudspeakers. B&W was founded in 1966 by John Bowers at Worthing, West Sussex, England. Currently, B&W, while still based in Worthing, is part of the B&W Group Ltd., which also includes audio equipment manufacturers Rotel and Classé.