Bowers & Wilkins launches PI7 and PI5 true wireless headphones

Bowers & Wilkins recently launched PI7 and PI5, two new true wireless headsets, claiming that “the sound quality will not be sacrificed for the wireless experience.”

Among them, PI7 has a built-in 9.2mm customized unit and supports Qualcomm’s aptX Adaptive technology. In theory, it can provide stable, low-latency, and high-quality wireless audio transmission performance.

At the same time, this headset also has an adaptive noise reduction function, based on six microphones, adjust the output according to the ambient sound to improve the listening experience.

As for PI5, it is equipped with Qualcomm’s TrueWireless Stereo Plus technology, which can ensure good synchronization between the two headphones.

It supports aptX and has a pair of microphones on each side. Users can choose different noise reduction modes according to their needs.

The endurance of the PI7 and PI5 earphones is 4 hours and 4.5 hours, respectively, which is not very impressive in the current market.

Both support Siri or Google Assistant, and can be paired with multiple devices. The more interesting thing is the PI7 charging box. When you connect it to the audio source through a USB or 3.5mm headphone cable, it can be used as a transmitter to allow you to listen to music wirelessly.

PI7 and PI5 are priced at US$399 and US$249, respectively. Pre-orders are currently available on the official website.