P3 headphones reveal whatever you listen to in detail with pristine highs and lows, an open midrange and all round balanced and natural performance.
Constructed from lightweight aluminium and durable rubber, with specially designed acoustic cloth ear pads with memory foam, P3 headphones are light and comfortable.
P3 headphones are highly portable, folding up for easy storage, with a hardshell carry case to protect them in your backpack or rucksack.
Made for iPad, iPod and iPhone
With an in-line remote control and mic, you can get the most out of your iPhone, iPod or iPad. Make hands-free iPhone calls and control your iPod without taking it out of your pocket or bag.
- High-definition Bowers & Wilkins sound
- Dynamic driver
- Mylar-damped laminate diaphragms
- Acoustic cloth earpads
- OFC cables
- In-line mic and remote
- Hard shell carry case
Did you notice?Dynamic 30-mm drivers and Mylar-damped laminate diaphragms with acoustic cloth earpads all combine to make these truly high-definition headphones.
Apple Recommends ForListening to music with high fidelity on your iPhone or iPod.
What's in the Box?
- Bowers & Wilkins P3 On-Ear Headphones
- Hard shell carry case
- Universal cable
- Quick start guide
- Frequency Response: 10 Hz - 20,000 Hz
- Impedance: 34 ohms
- THD: <1%
- Other Features: Foldable, With Remote and Mic, Sound Isolating
- Form Factor: On Ear
- Cable Length: 120 cm
- No. of Microphones: 1
- Mfr. Part Number: FP35408
- UPC or EAN No.: 714346317745
Non-Apple Branded products / Third Party Products
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Ratings & Reviews
Excellent. Truly Excellent
I cannot recommend this headphones highly enough. I have now had them for a year, and they have proven themselves exceptionally du I cannot recommend this headphones highly enough. I have now had them for a year, and they have proven themselves exceptionally durable and reliable headphones that produce high quality sound. Being able to replace the headphone cable is genius. I know a bunch of headphones offer this, but B&W offer high quality sound and low cost durability. They are the very definition of a good investment. …
- Written by Edmund M from York
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The Bowers & Wilkins P3 Headphone Test
I purchased the new cool looking Blue B&W P3 Headphone. I spend a month comparing headphones at the Apple store using my own iPod I purchased the new cool looking Blue B&W P3 Headphone. I spend a month comparing headphones at the Apple store using my own iPod to test the sound and comfort quality of various headphones. The ones I tested were: Beats HD, Republic Sol, Bose OE2i and Bose AE2i. My goal was to stay in a price range not to exceed $200. Will to my surprise over and over again the B&W P3 sounded the best. The sound is much clearer than Beats. Republic and Bose. However, the Bose AE2i did provide more noise canceling for in store surrounding noise than the B&W P3. If your out for ultimate sound I recommend the B&W P3. …
- Written by Fred N from Sun City West
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Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Do these headphones sound good?
- Asked by Adam H
Yes. Out of the box they sound muddy and very bass loaded. Burn them in over a weekend by playing lo Yes. Out of the box they sound muddy and very bass loaded. Burn them in over a weekend by playing loud music and they transform - the treble opens up, the midrange comes through and they sound very nice indeed. They remain slightly bass-forward, but nothing like the Beats headphones. They also drive nicely from an iPhone or iPod/Pad without separate amplification. …
- Answered by N D R N
How much sound do these leak?
- Asked by Voytek G
they leak a little bit but nobody will hear what you are hearing.
- Answered by Cheol C from Ithaca
Do these headphones work for someone wearing hearing aides? (Not able to get enough amplification with ipad volume alone)
- Asked by Mary W from Milbank
I'm not sure if these headphones will give higher amplification as the apple products all have a vol I'm not sure if these headphones will give higher amplification as the apple products all have a volume limit. You probably need to investigate an external desktop amplifier that you put between the ipad and your headphones. For example, check out the Fiio range of amplifers. They have a range of desktop and portable amplifiers that should do the job. Warning! Check the connections as I understand the ipad has a different connection than the ipod. The Fiio range normally connect using USB ports, although I connect a Fiio amp to my ipod using the standard ipod connector port (its a connector also sold by Fiio). With the P3's this set-up gives excellent sound quality. …
- Answered by Michael H
Can you change the ear pads on the P3 once they become dirty or is there any leather switch outs available?
- Asked by Erica M from Cibolo
Can they be used on an ipad mini?
- Asked by Miss J
Yes they can be used with the iPad mini.
- Answered by Robert D from Roland
Do these headphones block noise?
- Asked by Julie G from Rochester
They are not officially "noise canceling" headphones, however they are directionally loud enough to They are not officially "noise canceling" headphones, however they are directionally loud enough to block out most other noise. …
- Answered by Robert D from Roland