Product Comparison: Denon AH-D7200 vs Bowers & Wilkins P9 Signature

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General Specifications
Bowers & Wilkins
P9 Signature
About the Product
AH-D7200 is Denon’s new reference headphone, drawing on more than 50 years’ experience in headphone design and development. Over five decades we have refined our expertise in making extraordinary-sounding headphones so comfortable you’ll just want to keep on listening.
P9 Signature's elegant earcups contain sophisticated acoustic cabinets perfected using Finite Element Analysis. Using composites and aluminium this optimised acoustic environment enables the drive unit to do its job of rendering your music with total precision.
Key Specs
105 dB
111 dB
Min. Frequency Range
5 Hz
2 Hz
Max. Frequency Range
55 kHz
30 kHz
25 Ω
22 Ω
What customers say about "Key Specs"
Denon AH-D7200 Headphone
  • They are very nice lush sounding headphone which captures nuance and details in music which many won't highlight.
  • These sound lovely, deep and expansive slightly lacking in the treble but such a nice sound compared to other more neutral headphones.
  • Excellent sound. I much prefer their sound to that of my Z1Rs.
  • The perfection of sound, for music and movies. Highly recommend.
  • For me their balance wasn't open enough and for want of a better word sound dull and too rolled off in the high treble.
Bowers & Wilkins P9 Signature HiFi Over Ear Headphones
  • Sound quality is superb, detail retrieval are as good as other headphones in my collection.
  • These are very expensive headphones, but you get what you pay for, build quality is very high and premium materials are used.
  • Sound is actually very very nice and fun. If you are an audiophile who really enjoys flat and neutral sounds then this product is not for you.
  • Bass is very good punchy hard and solid but not overwhelming to the point it masks over the other details.
  • The revealing, open and smooth sound. Quite an airy treble for closed headphones.
Size & Weight
10.63 in.
8.66 in.
7.87 in.
11.42 in.
3.94 in.
6.69 in.
13.58 oz.
14.57 oz.
What customers say about "Size & Weight"
Denon AH-D7200 Headphone
  • They are big and heavy. But the cohesion of voice and instruments is really at the very top, so I can ignore their weight.
  • They weigh almost 400g. For the sound, they produce, I think they lighter than it cold be.
  • This is some big headphones, but it's easy to sit with them for all day.
  • Headband is a bit hard on the crown of the head so they are uncomfortable.
  • Headphones with their size are not suitable for everyday mobile use.
Bowers & Wilkins P9 Signature HiFi Over Ear Headphones
  • The build quality is superb, weight - not as bad as you'd think bearing mind they weight nearly 1/2 kg, and audio quality is ridiculously good.
  • The ear pads are soft and very light over the side of your head.
  • Weight is ok, evenly distributed on my head.
  • Sound quality is amazing, the building quality is second to none but they are heavy.
  • The build quality comes at the expense of extra weight.
Driver Diameter
1.97 in.
1.57 in.
Detachable Cable
Cable Length
9.84 ft.
16.4 ft.
In-Line Remote
Headband Material
Aluminum / Leather
Unique FreeEdge Driver Technology, Real wood earcups, Ultra-high-quality connection, Extraordinary wearing comfort, Luxurious craftmanship, Perfect adjustment to fit every head
Nylon damped cone, Large surround diaphragm, CCAW coil, Dual cavity ear cushions, Controlled acoustic air leak cushions, Changeable ear cushions
What customers say about "Features"
Denon AH-D7200 Headphone
  • They look incredible so overall i'm more than happy with my purchase.
  • They are very comfortable to wear and provides great suond.
  • With the way these sound and are built I honestly don’t think I’ll be looking for another headphone for a while.
  • Its a fine headphone and probably the best all-rounder closed back I've heard.
  • I can’t imagine that Denon makes money at all, especially when comparing the sound quality of KH and the materials used.
Bowers & Wilkins P9 Signature HiFi Over Ear Headphones
  • Great sound with suitable sources; beautiful quality materials and construction.
  • The comfort is okay but not the best. I have a huge head and it just about covers my ear comfortably.
  • The quality of the materials are the best. They exude luxury. Comfort for my ears over several hours of listening. I don’t feel fatigued.
  • Removing the ear cup to change cables is also a bit of a faff.
  • Expensive, sound quality not as expected for the price. Closed construction so ears can get hot.
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year(s)
2 year(s)
Other Information
999.99 $
899.99 $

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