It is very likely that the next wireless headphones PX7 S2 with active noise cancellation from Bowers & Wilkins will appear soon. The company hasn’t said anything about it, but a model called the Bowers & Wilkins PX7 S2 has been spotted on the aptX site. Although the information has by now disappeared from the site, but vigilant enthusiasts have recorded everything.
The leak isn’t all that informative. The aptX site is dedicated to Qualcomm’s high-definition Bluetooth codec of the same name. Of course, the design and construction features of the authors of the material were not interested. This can only be judged by not the highest quality photograph. For example, the shape of the cups has become “rectangular”.
But it is clear that the future Bowers & Wilkins PX7 S2 can get aptX, aptX HD and aptX Adaptive codecs – a classic list for modern headphones.
In addition, it became known about the new product that it will receive a “full set of controls on the headphones”, as well as sound settings – an equalizer that is customizable in the B&W Music app. In addition, the model will be able to work on a single battery charge up to 30 hours.
Instead of a price tag, the description featured the “$$$” sign, but you can focus on the cost of the current PX7 in the US – about $400.