Bowers & Wilkins MT-25 Video Review on What Hi-Fi

What Hi-fi? Sound & Vision has produced a video review of the new MT-25 Home Theatre surround sound speaker package.

The system partners the famous M-1 satellite speakers with the new and incredibly compact ASW 608 subwoofer. The result, as What Hi-fi confirm, is an incredibly capable system at a very reasonable price.

The video can be watched on the What Hi-Fi? Sound and Video web site. The MT-25 is currently only available in the UK, but will be available elsewhere soon.

3 Comments

  • Price Anywhere says:

    What is the price range for this set of speakers in the US?

    It sort of hard to find a price as al of the resellers dont advertise.. Is the price not listed because everyone gets a different deal?
    What hi-fi (the link in this blog post) lists the MT-25 anywhere between 500-1500 pounds, at todays rate (1 British pound = 1.5802 U.S. dollars) that would be $790 – $2250 (so if you’re headed to a dealer I’m assuming their starting price will be around the $2000 range and you’ll have to talk them down like buying a used car. With no information about what the MSRP is the consumer has no idea if they’re getting a good deal.

    Am I the only one who thinks this?

  • Richard says:

    I’d like to know the Canadian price, since I live in Toronto. But given that the Canadian dollar is practically at parity with the US dollar, I guess knowing the US price will do.

  • Lee says:

    The MT’s have a smooth and clean sound. the project the music/dialogue in such a way as to be 3D like and spacial. The ASW 608 is a good sub-woofer and excellent match for the MT’s but I use a Velodyne DD10 for extra punch as I tend to listen to a lot of digital music from my NAD drive that is encoded in the FLAC format.

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