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  1. Bowers & Wilkins 705 S2

    Bowers & Wilkins 705 S2

    Reviewed on 1st August 2018
    Price when reviewed £1800

    These beautiful speakers are a thrill a minute - but they don’t have a slower gear.

  2. B&W 704 S2

    B&W 704 S2

    Reviewed on 26th October 2017
    Price when reviewed £2000

    B&W's floorstanders are packed with technology and have their fair share of talents...

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  3. Bowers & Wilkins PX

    Bowers & Wilkins PX

    Reviewed on 3rd October 2017
    Price when reviewed £330

    Bowers & Wilkins' first noise-cancelling headphones are the real deal.

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  4. B&W 707 S2

    B&W 707 S2

    Reviewed on 6th September 2017
    Price when reviewed £800

    The B&W 707 S2s are compact speakers that pack a mighty punch...

  5. B&W 805 D3

    B&W 805 D3

    Reviewed on 3rd April 2017
    Price when reviewed £4500

    The B&W 805 D3s are hugely capable standmounters with class-leading resolution and clarity...

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  7. B&W P3 Series 2

    B&W P3 Series 2

    Reviewed on 11th November 2016
    Price when reviewed £120

    B&W’s most affordable on-ears can’t deliver a knockout blow to its rivals

  8. B&W P9 Signature

    B&W P9 Signature

    Reviewed on 7th October 2016
    Price when reviewed £700

    A worthy pair of headphones to commemorate B&W’s 50th birthday

  9. B&W P7 Wireless

    B&W P7 Wireless

    Reviewed on 13th September 2016
    Price when reviewed £320

    B&W's P7 over-ear headphones go wireless, with spectacular results...

  10. B&W Zeppelin Wireless

    B&W Zeppelin Wireless

    Reviewed on 17th March 2016
    Price when reviewed £500

    Iconic design and great performance make the Wireless the best Zeppelin yet

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  11. B&W P5 Wireless

    B&W P5 Wireless

    Reviewed on 10th July 2015
    Price when reviewed £330

    Best wireless headphones £200-£300, Awards 2016. Bowers & Wilkins enters the Bluetooth headphone market. Do the B&W P5 Wireless cans have what it takes to compete?