Bowers & Wilkins introduces their new and improved headphone portfolio: The PX 7, PX 5 & PI 3 !
We are excited to announce a completely revamped headphone portfolio that begins shipping later this month. These three new additions to our portfolio are designed to reinforce Bowers & Wilkins position as the class-leader in the premium headphone space.
Available in both Edinburgh and Falkirk the outgoing P5, P7 and PX models where some of our best selling headphones, so we cant wait to fully test these. Full review coming soon.
Bowers & Wilkins Launch New 600 Series Speakers
B&W release their 603, 606 and 607 loudspeaker range to replace the 680 speakers, and are predicted to have mastery over the value speaker bracket once more.
Bowers & Wilkins 805 D3 - The Benchmark for Standmount Speakers
Bowers & Wilkins 802 D3
Listening to the B&W 802 D3 speakers I immediately struck by how they present the music. To my ears they are better than the previous 800 Diamond (or “D2”). The midrange is the first aspect of the 802 D3 that I notice. Its effortlessly reproduces vocals as if the singer(s) were sitting in the listening room with me – very natural sounding to my ears.
Bowers & Wilkins 804 D3 - Traditional Tower Speakers Have A New Standard
The new B&W 804 D3 speaker is the only “traditional” looking speaker in the new 800 D3 range. At a quick glance, it’s easy to mistake it for the previous D2 version. It is also easy for someone to mistake it as just another tower speaker, but don’t be fooled by its modest exterior. Internally there are technologies incorporated into its design that would make many speaker manufacturers envious.
Bowers & Wilkins 803 D3 - Flagship Sound In Compact Form
Bowers & Wilkins did some very clever thinking when they decided how to price the new 800 D3 series speakers in relation to the level of performance they would produce for the end user. Just a quick comparison – if I were to buy a new pair of B&W 803 D3 at £12,500, I could expect them to perform better than the old 802 D2 (£11,500) and moving to a level closer to the 800 D2 (£18,500). So in essence B&W have been able to create speakers, with the advancement of technologies, that now preform miles better than their predecessors without massive price hikes. For this alone, my hat is off to them.