Have you heard our award-winning MM-1 speakers yet?

Bowers & Wilkins MM-1 computer speakers

Our MM-1 computer speakers have won too many accolades to mention in full, but include awards from What Hi-Fi? and PC Advisor.

They aren’t like other computer speakers. They’re true hi-fi speakers, shrunk to fit on your desktop. So they don’t just look great – they sound amazing. We thought Hi-Fi Choice summed them up very well: “Let’s just say it opened our eyes to new standards of attainment possible from miniature hi-fi”

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5 Comments

  • Kim says:

    I’ve tried two pairs: The sound was nothing but amazing! Still, I returned both pairs because the signal-noise-ratio was surprisingly low: When on, the speakers were never silent, so when playing quiet passages – or worse when not playing – there was always a low but constant noise. And yes, to eliminate any doubt, I’ve tried every kind of input from multiple sources: The noise originates in the speakers. From both a design and sound point-of-view, I really really wish these were my desktop speakers, but the background noise from the internal eletronics was simply a dealbreaker for me. So : Please redesign and provide internal eletronics par with the speakers!

  • David says:

    Really? Because mine are perfectly silent when not playing music. Did you try moving them away from other possible sources of electronic noise (although my left speaker sits directly under my left monitor and the right speaker sits directly under my right monitor).

  • Víctor says:

    I am so happy with my MM-1 they sound great in my Imac!
    Regards from Ibiza.

  • Chris says:

    They’re really good, but it would be amazing to see more from such speakers. New active nearfield speakers for PC! I think it’s a dream.. but I hope for it! I just told them in the survey. A little feedback for me from B&W would be nice!

  • Chris says:

    of such speakers of course. Sorry!

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