Boston Symphony Orchestra listens through 802 Diamond loudspeakers

New control room at the renowned Boston Symphony Hall featuresBowers & Wilkins 802 Diamond loudspeakers. The Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO) is one of the world’s best orchestras, and its long-term… Read more


Found & Lost – sound in an immersive opera using wireless speakers

Found & Lost, an immersive opera situated in the stunning environs of London’s Corinthia Hotel, was composed by the hotel’s fourth artist in residence, Emily Hall. Straddling the worlds of… Read more


Starting at the bottom

A speaker plinth may seem relatively unimportant to the outsider, however it can play a massive part in the performance of a high-end loudspeaker, which is why Bowers & Wilkins… Read more


Listening Dune – A Journey of Bird Migration

To mark the re-opening of the Belgian Bird Sanctuary at Zwin this Spring, eminent sound recordist Chris Watson and Belgian sound artist Els Viaene created a sonic installation intended to… Read more


Paint the sound: Russian illustrators hand-paint AM-1 speakers

In a collaboration between Bowers & Wilkins, A&T Trade Hi-Fi and the British Higher School of Art & Design in Moscow, six illustration students each hand-painted an AM-1 speaker as… Read more


Polishing – the fine art of loudspeaker manufacturing

Our 800 Series Diamond loudspeakers are required to look (almost) as good as they sound. And there’s only one way of achieving this – hours and hours of attention by… Read more


In-demand producer uses CM10s for his concept album, Southern Family

In-demand Grammy nominated producer, Dave Cobb, gave a playback of his new country compilation album, Southern Family, at Nashville’s Historic RCA Studio B last week. He chose a pair of… Read more


Optimising Matrix

Matrix has been a vital part of the 800 Series since the Matrix 800 was launched. In the new 800 Series Diamond, Bowers & Wilkins engineers have taken the internal… Read more


Music for your speakers: Doug MacLeod – Exactly like this

Singer-songwriter Doug “Dubb” Macleod has been making blues records for over thirty years. The first album of his that I heard was about twenty years ago, called ‘You Can’t Take… Read more