Carrying the audio company’s usual reputation of exceptional quality, the new design comes with full 24-bit audio processing matched with Dual Hybrid Drive units, individual amplifiers, Adaptive Noise Cancellation and advanced DSP to create premium control, superlative dynamics, and deep bass. aptX Adaptive wireless transmission allows for the earbuds to connect with your listening devices in an optimal way, while a setup of six microphones ensures that your calls are clear and uninterrupted by unwanted noises.
Topping off the earphones is a sleek, Audio Retransmission wireless charging case that offers a Quick Charge function, giving you two hours of battery life after just 15 minutes of charge time, and can even connect physically to various devices such as in-flight entertainment to wirelessly stream audio back to your earphones.
Available in Charcoal or White, Bowers & Wilkins’ new flagship True Wireless PI7 earbuds are now available at select retailers for $400 USD. Those interested can learn more over on the audio company’s website.
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