Introducing the new 600 Series. Storied sound for every moment.

Bowers & Wilkins new 600 Series

We’re excited to introduce the sixth iteration of our 600 Series speaker range, delivering exceptional performance at an accessible price point.

Since 1966, we’ve made continued technical advancements to design the perfect loudspeaker and today we bring that heritage to vinyl enthusiasts and movie lovers alike with the new 600 Series. This range turns movie night into an immersive experience, and brings the music you love to life, as if the performer is standing in front of you.

You can hear the engineering excellence and passion, and that is why our speakers are used in leading recording studios around the world, such as the legendary Abbey Road Studios, due to the accuracy they provide. Bowers & Wilkins is a global leader in bringing music and sound to your ears – and your experience – the way it was meant to be heard.

The groundbreaking feature of our latest 600 Series is the integration of our cutting-edge Continuum™ cone, which creates layered midrange sound with a pristine soundscape. The human ear is naturally tuned into sound in this frequency, and we’ve understood the power of the perfect midrange presentation for over a generation.

Developed over an eight-year period, the Continuum cone was first featured on our flagship 800 Series Diamond models, including the 800 D3, now in use in Abbey Road Studios. It truly makes your music come alive, delivering the crucial sounds fundamental to any great music experience. The new 600 Series also features our patented and ultra-low-distortion Decoupled Double Dome tweeter to reveal astonishing levels of detail in your music. Whether you immerse yourself in stereo or surround sound, the 600 Series brings you closer to hearing Bowers & Wilkins True Sound.

The new 600 Series Bowers & Wilkins

The new range is available in two sleek, modern finishes, Black and White, and includes:

603: As the flagship and largest speaker in the series, this floorstanding speaker delivers outstanding power, accuracy and musicality with the Decoupled Double Dome tweeter, an FST midrange driver using the Continuum cone, plus dual paper-cone bass drivers

606: For stand or bookshelf use, this compact speaker delivers stunning clarity and tonal purity plus outstanding bass extension combining the Decoupled Double Dome tweeter technology with a 6.5-inch Continuum cone mid/bass driver

607: Although the smallest in the range, this compact standmount or bookshelf speaker offers outstanding bass response and insight from its main 5-inch Continuum cone mid/bass driver

HTM6: A slim, dedicated centre channel speaker with considerable power and exceptional precision featuring the Decoupled Double Dome tweeter plus dual 5-inch Continuum cone mid/bass drivers

ASW610XP, ASW610 and ASW608: Completing the range are three exceptional subwoofers carried across from the previous 600 Series with updated finishes to match the new range

Enjoy every moment, thanks to the storied sound of the new 600 Series. Please contact your dealer for availability.


  • Edward Duru says:

    Good stuff

  • Brandon Cremeans says:

    Really don’t understand why you aren’t making the larger center speaker. Looks like I’ll be waiting longer to update, or looking at other options.

  • Caleb says:

    Interested as why this has quite a reduced range compared to the 680s. No 684 equivalents (which I don’t mind). But my main query would be the lack of a 3-way centre to match with the new 603. Is like to assume this means B&W are confident a 2-way centre with sonically and tonaly match the 3-way 603.

  • Randal Williams says:


    Are these available now at Sevenoaks in Cheltenham, where I bought my superb P5 headphones?

    I look forward to your response.


    Randal Williams

  • Tom Bolan says:

    Hi B&W,
    I’m from Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
    With the recent closure of Sounds of Music, here in Calgary,
    do you know who might start carrying your products.

  • Alejandro Avalos Escudero says:

    Hello, where can I contact me to have stock information?

  • Keith George says:

    I am very excited!

  • Luis Andrés Costanzo says:


  • Chise says:

    I’m glad with new 600 series, But for me to buy new speakers no big center channel to go with 603 towers so I will pass on these speakers

  • Edward says:

    I’m trying to find out if there is such a thing as a wireless solution in the BW family for surround sound.
    Due to the configuration in my living room, I cannot run wires. I was wondering if there is a way to purchase a subwoofer and a set of speakers and to pair everything wirelessly and conserve surround 5.1 capabilities
    Any input from anyone welcome.

  • Predrag Randjelovic says:

    Great speaker serie 600.Regards

  • Juan Font says:

    Does the new 603 replace the 683 S2? If so, will you be releasing a technical note or leaflet explaining the technology behind this new series?


    Juan Font

  • Bowers & Wilkins says:

    Hi Chise,

    Whilst the blend between a pair of 3-way speakers and a 3-way centre channel is technically more seamless; in practice, the vast majority of systems purchased at this level employ the 2-way model, on the basis that it is easier to accommodate and more cost-effective. Rest assured that this new 600 series has been designed to provide a class-leading performance, whether in stereo or surround configuration.

    Bowers & Wilkins

  • Bowers & Wilkins says:

    The 603 is the direct replacement for the 683 S2, technical notes & explanations will soon be presented on the website.

  • Bowers & Wilkins says:

    Regrettably, there is currently no wireless solution in the Bowers & Wilkins ranges.

  • Bowers & Wilkins says:

    The new 600 Series is due to start shipping out to our dealer network at the beginning of September, feel free to contact your local Bowers & Wilkins dealer for more information and availability.

  • Bowers & Wilkins says:

    We’d recommend contacting your local distributor they’ll be happy to provide details of your most local dealer near Calgary.

  • Bowers & Wilkins says:

    The most popular of the floor standing models was the 683, compared to the 684. With respect to the centre channel, as a consequence of space constraints the smaller of the centre channels was favoured, therefore our design and engineering team have spent considerable amount of effort in ensuring the HTM6 is up to the task of partnering with the 603’s in the new range.

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