Bowers & Wilkins' Px8 headphones combine new drivers with refined design

Bowers & Wilkins promised its next flagship headphones would debut later this year when it revealed the redesigned Px7 S2 model over the summer. Today, the company sticks to its word by officially unveiling the Px8. While Bowers & Wilkins retains much of it’s signature look for this new version, there are some notable updates — especially on the inside. The premium looks and what the company calls “the best sound quality” it has ever offered in a set of wireless headphones will cost you $699. 

Inside, new 40mm carbon cone drivers power the “new reference standard for sound,” as Bowers & Wilkins describes it. The company says these

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