Bowers & Wilkins has redesigned its most successful speaker range - the 600 Series.
Featuring classic B&W tech such as Nautilus tube tweeters (first seen in the company’s £35,000 Nautilus loudspeaker) and Kevlar mid/bass units, the new 600 Series also features technology used by recording studios around the world such as Abbey Road.
The revived 600 Series which, to date has sold over 2.5 million, has been given a more contemporary look with soft–touch front panels, which conceal the driver gubbins.
Diamond-cut, brushed aluminium tweeter trims complete the design while the range of finishes has been extended to include a densely-grained Wengé (rich dark brown), Black Ash, Light Oak and smooth Red Cherry.
The new 600 Series range is designed for both stereo music and home theatre use and comprises two stand/wall-mounted speakers, two floor–standing speakers, two centre-channel speakers and three active subwoofers.
The new Bowers & Wilkins 600 series can be bought as seperates but is also recommeded in three theatre packages: 685 Theatre (£1206), 684 Theatre (£1626) and 683 Theatre (£2546), available from nationwide approved stockists from July 2007.
Find out more about the 600 series and the packages via the link below.