Bowers & Wilkins DB1 five-star review

The Bowers & Wilkins DB1

Home Cinema Choice magazine have reviewed the Bowers & Wilkins flagship subwoofer, the DB1, and declared it a “triumph of audio engineering.”

Respected audio and visual journal Home Cinema Choice have had the opportunity to review the Bowers & Wilkins DB1 subwoofer, and were highly impressed by that they experienced.

Reviewer Adam Rayner conducted the test, and concluded that the DB1 “may just be the finest, most accurate subwoofer in the world.” High praise indeed. He was as bowled over by the DB1’s performance with music as he was with high-octane movies, and complementary about both the engineering and technical know-how behind the DB1, as well as its discrete styling.

You can read the full review here

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