Bowers & Wilkins Release P3 Headphone Update
The award-winning P3 headphones have benefited from a recent overhaul by Bowers & Wilkins' engineers drawing upon five decades of experience to produce a luxurious, lightweight on-ear headphone they say does not compromise on sound quality.
John Martin, Brand Manager for Convoy told StereoNET:
P3 Series 2 is perfect for people who demand pristine sound on the go. Its lightweight frame and innovative folding mechanism are both deceptively strong and comfortable. Plus, P3 Series 2 is easy to stash away in a coat pocket or purse and comes with its own hard shell carry case to protect it when not in use.
In order to deliver P3 Series 2’s natural-sounding acoustics and incredible clarity, Bowers & Wilkins engineers have developed a small drive unit that uses a unique damping system to control diaphragm movement.
The result is incredibly precise sound, with big, extended bass that packs a remarkable punch for a headphone of its size.
The light, portable and foldable elements of the original P3 headphones have all been kept, howver the Series 2 headphones now benegit from a premium black leather finish. P3 Series 2 is made from aluminium and sheep leather which offers both comfort and durability.
P3 Series 2 is supplied with a remote/microphone attachment that works seamlessly with iPhone, while another universal cables ensures compatibility with all other phones and devices.
Bowers & Wilkins P3 Series 2 headphones are available now for $229.95 RRP.
For more information visit Bowers & Wilkins Australia.
StereoNET's Founder & Publisher and still buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers to headphones. Marc also founded Melbourne's International HiFi Show.
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