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Good on-ear headphones. Appear as good as new even though they were refurbed. My wife uses them and is happy with the sound quality with her iPhone. On-ear comfort is good.
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I've found Bowers & Wilkins' MM-1 (Desktop, Stereo Speakers), to produce powerful, high quality, enjoyable stereo sound -- both from a 2016 Apple 13-inch MacBook Pro notebook computer -- & from a 2013 42-inch Samsung LED Smart HDTV (as audio output sources I've used these B&W MM-1 speakers with). ---------- These B&W MM-1 speakers also add their classy, contemporary, sturdy construction appearance, to these other great quality electronic components! ---------- Highly Recommended!
I have these cans for about 6 weeks now. Love them. I use them all the time. First of all, I think they need to broken-in for 50-100 hours. Otherwise, the base is kind of out of control. P7 wireless are the first bluetooth cans that I can stand. Why? usually the music from bluetooth streaming kind of breaks up at the end of a note/ sound for my ears. when I use the P7W thru bluetooth, not so much breaking up. The ‘end’ sound/note is still not very clear (not sure when it completely stops, if you know what I mean), it’s kind of rolls off, but it is ok, it doesn’t affect the music as much as the other cans. When I use these with the cable, of course it sounds even better. But when I don’t want any wire around me, these are perfect. At times, the sound reminds me of music from vinyl, no joke! If you use these to streaming mp3 thru bluetooth, it’s kind of a waste, IMHO. I use bluetooth with TIDAL from the iPhone half of the time, it sounds pretty good, it' lowers quality I am willing to go. It sounds even better if I use bluetooth with Amarra for TIDAL on my mac, it’ so much better. Almost can’t believe its from bluetooth. I have had no problem with bluetooth connection with the iPhone 7 plus, ever. I use mostly 10-30% of the volume and it’s more than enough for me. I think the controls are ok, they are fine to use, not great. I don’t know if it applies here: more controls on the cans would affect the sound. May be that’s why a lot of high end cans don’t have many controls, if any at all. There, I love the sound, nice and warm, it sounds like music being played. Not only sound being broadcasted. I can listen to them for a long long time. I love music. If you like warm musical sounds, these are the best bluetooth headset I have listened so far! And I am very picky about sound.
They sound excellent!! I will be back...
well made headphones, with good sound quality.