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Bowers & Wilkins Product Manager Mat Taylor discusses DACs

Digital to Analogue convertors, usually known as DACs, have played a vital role in high-quality music reproduction since the introduction of the Compact Disc. But as the CD dies out,… Read more

Why form follows function at Bowers & Wilkins

Why form follows function at Bowers & Wilkins

Bowers & Wilkins has long been an advocate of innovative design, and we have a long and very successful working relationship with two renowned British designers in Kenneth Grange and… Read more

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Debate: Will cloud-based music ever replace physical formats?

Will music in the cloud ever replace physical discs? Can you imagine clearing your shelves of CDs and LPs, and instead just access your music via a computer or handheld… Read more

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Bowers & Wilkins factory video tour: paint spraying

In the third of our exclusive series of video tours around the Bowers & Wilkins UK factory, we look at the paint spraying section, in particular how we spray the… Read more

Daphne Oram's Oramics Machine

Wonderful video on pioneering Oramics synthesizer

Oramics from Nick Street on Vimeo. A brief glimpse of Daphne Oram’s pioneering and unique Oramics synthesizer, designed in 1957 after she left the legendary BBC Radiophonic Workshop to pursue… Read more

Kenneth Grange, product designer for Bowers & Wilkins

Exclusive interview with iconic product designer Kenneth Grange

Leading product designer Kenneth Grange is currently being celebrated in a retrospective at London’s Design Museum. Watch this exclusive video interview of Kenneth explaining what inspired him to design loud… Read more

Do people need to learn how to listen?

Debate: Do people need to learn how to listen?

Do we need to rediscover the art of listening? Does knowing what to listen for enhance your enjoyment of music or is it enough just to be carried away by… Read more

Bowers & Wilkins P5s at Soundfields

Bowers & Wilkins P5 headphones and Soundfields

Soundfields is a unique electronic musical exploration. Collaborating with musician and composer, Chris Clark, Blast Theory have developed an interactive application that traces your movement. Armed with Bowers & Wilkins… Read more

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Debate: Does pop music need to be well recorded?

Welcome to the first in a new series of debates. Each month we’ll ask two experts to argue a thorny sound-related topic. We hope you enjoy the discussion, and we’d… Read more