Stuff.tv give Zeppelin Mini 5* review – "perfect for smaller rooms"

Stuff.tv give Zeppelin Mini 5* review - "perfect for smaller rooms"

Stuff.tv have  reviewed the  Zeppelin Mini and awarded it 5 stars. Both the design and sound quality get an excellent write up, describing it as a “compact speaker dock with a big future thanks to its top-notch sound quality.”

They also write that the “compact design is perfect for smaller rooms” and conclude how impressed they are that B&W “have managed to take the essence of the Zeppelin and inject it into a smaller unit without making any major sonic sacrifices. For smaller rooms, the Mini is a brilliant dock.”

1 Comment

  • Johannes says:

    I can’t understand the result. I’am a fan of B&W but what they have produced with the B&W Zeppelin Mini is not “B&W like”. Looks quite nice, but the sound isn’t as good as other products from Bose or Pioneer. There’s no bass combined with screaming hightones. In addition to that there’s no USB cable provied – a joke for 399 Eur?!
    From my point of view the Mini is a “fail”. I’ll send mine back and get a Bose Sounddock, or the “big” Zeppelin.
    greetings from Germany

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