Bowers & Wilkins at ISE 2013

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We used the prestigious Amsterdam show to launch the AM-1 weatherproof monitor and bring high-end cinema sound to town with a CI 800 cinema installation.

Bowers & Wilkins’ sizable stand at Integrated Systems Europe 2013 saw the launch of a new architectural loudspeaker. The AM-1 delivers high-quality audio while also meeting rigorous, specialised requirements for outdoor use.

As well as new products, visitors are also able to experience a breath-taking home cinema system built specially for the show. The custom-built cinema features Bowers & Wilkins  Series loudspeakers driven by Classé processors and amplification. It provides visitors with the perfect opportunity to hear the latest Bowers & Wilkins custom installation range in all their glory.

Custom-built cinema features Bowers & Wilkins Series loudspeakers

The Bowers & Wilkins stand also features our complete Custom Installation range, plus the highly popular range of Wireless Music Systems.

Bowers & Wilkins complete Custom Installation range

1 Comment

  • James K Tierney says:

    I would like to listen to them, I would like to own a pair but never will as I could never afford them. Speakers like them are just what dreams are made off so all I can do is dream !

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