Bowers & Wilkins at Gadget Show Live 2013

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Visitors will be among the first to experience Bowers & Wilkins new Z2 with Lightning™ connector, along with the rest of the highly regarded Wireless Music System range.

Attendees to the show will also be able to listen to the Bowers & Wilkins headphone range, and hear the first Bowers & Wilkins audio system in a Maserati. Bowers & Wilkins will be demonstrating a wide range of personal audio products at Gadget Show Live 2013. The show will be the first opportunity many people will have to hear the new Z2 Wireless Music System in action, but there are lots of other treats in store.

The Z2 Wireless Music system delivers natural, engaging sound and brings your favourite music to life. All from a versatile speaker that fits almost anywhere, and gives you the choice of docking via the new Lightning connector for compatibility with the latest generation iPhone® 5 and iPods®, or streaming wirelessly with AirPlay®.

Products on show include Zeppelin Air, which takes the unique concept and style of the original Zeppelin but dramatically improves sound quality and adds the wireless streaming capabilities of Apple’s AirPlay technology.

The A5 and A7 Wireless Music Systems both feature AirPlay streaming, and provide complete, high performance streaming solutions in single compact and stylish enclosures. The simplicity of AirPlay technology coupled with crystal clear sound quality make the Bowers & Wilkins Wireless Music Systems perfect for those who demand performance and convenience.

The award-winning P3, P5 and C5 headphones not only bring Bowers & Wilkins high performance sound quality to music on the move, but do so with high-quality materials, and impressive features. Whether people demand noise-isolation, a highly-portable foldable design or an in-ear option, Bowers & Wilkins has a great sounding product.

Visitors at the show will also be able to experience the Bowers & Wilkins premium surround system in a Maserati Quattroporte for the first time in the UK. The system is the result of a new long-term partnership between Bowers & Wilkins and the premium Italian car manufacturer, which was announced last year.

Each Bowers & Wilkins new media product benefits from the company’s nearly five decades of speaker design and audio experience. And each one borrows technology and know-how transferred directly from Bowers & Wilkins renowned high-end hi-fi and studio monitor speakers.

The Gadget Show Live 2013 takes place 3rd to 7th April 2013 at the NEC, Birmingham, will find Bowers & Wilkins in Hall 8, Stand B10.

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