Bowers & Wilkins 683 Theatre wins EISA Award

Following a series of five-star rave reviews for the new 600 Series, we are very proud to announce the 683 Theatre System has been chosen as European Loudspeaker System 2014 – 2015.

“A glorious multi-channel speakers system” say EISA’s expert judges as they praise the use of innovative technologies including the new 600 Series’ Decoupled Double Dome tweeter and the resulting sound, so good it could “grace any high-quality setup”.

The EISA judging panel concluded: “Ever since the first 600 Series loudspeakers were launched in 1995, Bowers & Wilkins most popular range has continued to be defined by its application of innovative technologies. The new 600 Series is no exception, with all its models benefitting from the latest generation of woven Kevlar® bass/mid cones that saw their debut some 20 years ago. In the slim new 683 floorstanders, these Kevlar units are supplemented by a pair of aluminium bass drivers while the entire range of 683, smaller 686 wall-mountable surrounds and impressive HTM61 centre speaker all feature Bowers & Wilkins latest Decoupled Double Dome aluminium tweeters. While the new 683 floorstanders would grace any high-quality stereo setup, in combination with the 686, HTM61 and ASW610XP subwoofer they make for a glorious multichannel speaker system.”

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