The Bowers & Wilkins PX active noise-cancelling Bluetooth headphones are down to $290 on Amazon. These headphones were selling for as high as $400 in May. Since then they've been bouncing between $300 and $330 pretty regularly. We have never seen them go as low as today's deal, though.
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Using Bluetooth and active noise-cancelling, these headphones will last up to 22 hours. Wired with no noise-cancelling lasts 50 hours. It also responds to you by pausing music when you lift an ear cup, going to sleep when you put it down, and more.
$330.00 $50 off
One of the reasons for the discount is Bowers & Wilkins just announced a newer set of headphones, the PX7. These are new and improved with slightly larger drivers, a bigger battery, and quick charge tech to get you back to listening. Unfortunately, they aren't on sale and you'd have to pay $400 for those features.
The PX headphones use the same drivers as the high-end Bowers & Wilkins P9 headphones so you get clear, powerful sound with an optimized listening performance. You can also use the adaptive noise cancellation to listen to only the sounds you want to hear. Customize exactly how much or how little ambient noise to keep out. The battery life for these headphones lasts up to 22 hours if you're using both Bluetooth and active noise-cancelling. You can go wired or de-activate the noise-cancelling to save that battery life, with the headphones lasting up to 50 hours without either feature on.
These are very responsive headphones, too. They sense what you're doing and adapt. For example, you can pause the music by simply flipping one of the ear cups up. The PX will also go to sleep when you put the headphones down or resume playing when you pick them up.
Use the Bowers & Wilkins app to keep the headphones updated with the latest firmware.
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