Bowers & Wilkins PX

Bowers & Wilkins might be a bit late to the noise cancelling party, but better late than never. On looks alone, the new PX is most definitely the best looking noise cancelling headphone out there and they've also packed it with features that make it worthy of the B&W badge. 

The headphones feature built-in sensors that pauses your music when you lift an earcup or remove the headphones and your music resumes when they're back in place. 

The headphones use aptX HD technology for high-def, 24-bit resolution streaming and audio is up-sampled to 768kHz to give you the best sound possible. Battery life is rated at up to 22 hours with Bluetooth and noise-cancelling enabled and it will go for up to 33 hours when wired. 

$399, bowers-wilkins.com

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