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Bowers & Wilkins Launches a Pair of Premium Wireless Earbuds

The UK audio maker Bowers & Wilkins has launched its first Active Noise, quality aptX audio, Active Noise Cancellation, TWS earbuds, and more. The two sets of earbuds are called PI7 and PI5 and most of their specifications are common.

The PI7 is the highest quality of the two. The custom 9.2 mm dual driver system for each earbud is equipped with mid-bass and has an enhancer of its own.

Bowers & Wilkins Launches a Pair of Premium Wireless Earbuds

These earbuds also support 24-bit high resonance audio with aptX Adaptive and 6 microphones (3 every) to enable the cancellation of sound for calls and songs, as discussed previously.

The charging box has an audio jack of 3.5 mm meaning you can plug in additional sources without the help of Bluetooth. In the audio reproduction, the standard Bluetooth delay is also supported by aptX Low Latency.

You can power your charging case via USB C or wirelessly. The earbuds are fully charged for 4 hours, but battery life can be prolonged for a maximum of 16 hours.

Bowers & Wilkins Launches a Pair of Premium Wireless Earbuds

On the other hand, the PI5 prevents the arrangement for double drivers. It comes with only one driver and therefore has no 3.5mm headphone port. It is supplied with the aptX base, which means that its sibling buds lack the audio output.

Moreover, in each earbud, there are just 2 mics, but they also allow the cancellation of active noise.
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