Bowers & Wilkins P5 headphone launches at CES 2010

Bowers & Wilkins P5 headphone launches at CES 2010

Designed for use on the move, the noise-isolating P5 Mobile Hi-Fi Headphone allows people to have Bowers & Wilkins sound quality wherever they are. The ultimate aim of all Bowers & Wilkins products is to bring the listener as close to possible to the sound intended by the recording engineers. That is as true of the world-renowned 800 Series speakers used in the likes of Abbey Road Studio, as it is for the best sounding premium iPod speaker available, Zeppelin. And now it’s true for Mobile Hi-Fi Headphones.

Bowers & Wilkins P5 headphone

Bowers & Wilkins P5 headphone

Bowers & Wilkins’ engineers at the world-famous Stenying Research Establishment have worked tirelessly to produce a headphone with a natural, unfatiguing performance. This, coupled to construction that includes the softest sheep’s leather available and noise-isolation, means the P5 is the perfect choice for music on the move…

Or, for having a quite reflective moment in one of the loudest show floors in the world, the Grand Hall at CES 2010. The reception from press and industry a like was highly positive for our first headphones on the first day of the show, and we are looking forward to showing them off again to people during the course of today.


  • Karen says:

    Hi Tim,
    The P5’s should be available in mid to late March. Please check with your local dealer or keep any eye on this page for further information.

    Kind regards,

  • jpbas1 says:

    Any potential dates announced for its release to the public?

    Thank you,


  • Alan says:

    The P5s have been released to the Apple Store in the UK. Can you please tell us when they will be released in the US?



  • bs says:

    These are the bee’s knee; creme de la creme, ignore what hifi’s 4star rating of them, compared to bose’s they are so much more musical and lovely. 5star my a***.
    Thankyou for reading :)

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